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Full text of "Official army register of the volunteer force of the United States army for the year 1861, '62, '63, '64, '65"



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Official army register of the volunteer 
force of the United States Army for 
the years 1861, '62, "63, '64, '65 



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Andover, Mass. 01810 
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OFFICIAL ARMY RECxISTER 



VOLUNTEER FORCE OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY 



THE YEARS 1861, '62, '63, '64, '65. 



PART I. 

(NEW ENGLAND STATES.) 



PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE JOINT 

RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

APPROVED MAKOH 2, 1865. 



Adjutant Genera 



WASHINGTON 



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State Troops. 


State Troops. 


PART-1.. 


..Maine. 


PART G Indiana. 




New Hampshire. 


Illinois. 




Vermont. 






Massachusetts. 


i PART 7 Missouri. 




Rhode Island. 


Wisconsin. 




Connecticut. 


Iowa. 
Minnesota. 


Part 2. . 


..New York. 


California. 




New Jerseyi 


Kansas. 

Oregon. 


Part 3. 


..Pennsylvania. 
Delaware. 


Nevada. 




Maryland. 


Territorial Troops. 




District of Columbia. 


PART 8 Washington. 


Part 4.. 


..West Virginia. 


Utah. 




Virginia. 


New Mexico. 




North Carolina. 


Nebraska. 




South Carolina. 


Colorado. 




Georgia. 


Indian. 




Florida. 


Dakota. 




Alabama. 


Arizona. 




Mississippi. 


Idaho. 




Louisiana. 


Montana. 




Texas. 






Arkansas. 


United States Troop? , 




Tennessee. 






Kentucky. 


Veteran Reserve Cor;>.-:. 
1st Army Corps, (Veten • ■) 


Part 5. . 


..Ohio. 


Miscellaneous. 




Michigan. 


Colored Troops. 









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OFFICIAL ARMY REGISTER 



VOLUNTEER FORCE OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY 



THE YEARS 1861, '62, '63, '64, '65. 



PAUT I./ 

(NEW ENGLAND STATES.) 



PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR, IK COMPLIANCE WITH THE JOINT 

RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

APPROVED MARCH 2, 18G5. 



Adjutant General's Office, 

Washington, August 31, 1865. 



FAC SIMILE OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR 

(FULL SIZE.) 




ON THE REVERSE ARE ENGRAVED THE FOLLOWING WORDS : 



3ke &an£/ L e&& td 



(Giving name, rank, fyc., of the person to whom the medal is awarded. } 



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EXPLANATIONS. 



Errors or omissions, if any, as to names, dates, &c, will be immediately reported 
to tlio Adjutant General by the officers concerned. 

When a regiment was not mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
Register, the roster of its officers is made up to August 31, 1865, {except colored troops. ) 

Where an organization is out of service, the roster is given as it stood at the date 
of muster out. 

When, at any time, one organization is transferred to or consolidated with another, 
the roster of its officers is given as it stood at that time. 
•in the roster the date of each officer's rank is placed opposite his name. 

The Orders issued subsequent to August 31, 1855, announcing brevet appoint- 
ments, were not completed in time to enter the appointments on the register of the 
regiments from the New England States. 

Where the names of battles in which organizations have borne an honorable part, 
and which they are entitled to bear on their colors, have been announced in Orders 
by the Department or Military Division Commanders, they are given at the head of 
the roster of officers. 

The names of enlisted men who have received medals of honor are given at the 
foot of the roster of officers of each regiment. 

The date opposite each officer's name in the list of casualties, is the date of casualty. 

The letters "a. w. ra." opposite a name in the roster indicate that the officer has 
been appointed, but never mustered into the service of the United States in the 
grade in which he appears. — (See paragraphs 114 and 120 Mustering Regulations.) 

In the list of casualties italics indicate that the officer whose name appears itali- 
sised was not mustered into service in the grade in which he appears. 

Jft. <&. Medal of Honor. 

W$. $3. Graduates of West Point Military Academy. 

1*. £1. Officers of the Regular Army. 

a. d. African Descent. « 

m. m. b. Mississippi Marine Brigade. 

e. m. m. Enrolled Missouri Militia. 

a. w. m. Appointed and waiting muster into United States service. 

Adj't. Regimental Adjutant. 

A. G. O. Adjutant General's Office. 

R. Q. M. Regimental Quartermaster. 

R. C. S. Regimental Commissary of Subsistence. 

C. T. Colored Troops. 

A. Q. M. Assistant Quartermaster of Volunteers. 

A. A. G. Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers. 

Batt. Adft. Battalion Adjutant. 

Batt. Q. ill. Battalion Quartermaster. 



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PART 1 

Contains that portion of the Army Register of the Volunteer 

Force pertaining to — 



MAINE. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

VERMONT. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
RHODE ISLAND. 
CONNECTICUT. 



/ 



MAINE CAVALRY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Mo., Novembers, 1861, for 
three years. The term of the ori- 
ginal members expired November 
•1, 1864, but the organization, com- 
posed of veterans and recruits, was 
retained in service until August 1, 
1865, when it was mustered out, in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

"MIDDLETOVVN," " WINCHESTER," 
"CEDAR MOUNTAIN," "SECOND 
BULL RUN/' "SOUTH MOUNTAIN," 
" ANTIETAM," " FREDERICKS- 

BURG," " RAPPAHANNOCK STA- 
TION," "BRANDY STATION," "AL- 
DIE," "MIDDLEBURG," " UPPER- 
VLLLE," "GETTYSBURG," " SHEP- 
ARDSTOWN, " " SULPHUR 

SPRINGS," "MINE RUN," "FORTI- 
FICATIONS OF RICHMOND," " OLD 
CHURCH." "TODD'S TAVERN," 
" GROUND SQUIRREL CHURCH," 
"HAWKS' SHOP," "COAL HARBOR," 
" TREVILLIAN STATION," " ST. 
MARY'S CHURCH," "DEEP BOT- 
TOM," "REAM'S STATION," " WY- 
ATT'SFARM," " BOYDTON ROAD," 
"BEIXEFIELD." 



Colonel. 

CharleB H. Smith 1 July, 63 

{Brevet Brig. Gen. 1 Aug., 64.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Jonathan P. Cilley 2 Sept., 64 



Majors. 

Constantin Taylor 24 Feb., 64 

Benjamin F. Tucker 3 Sept., 

Paul Chadbourne 21 Feb.. 65 



Captains. 

JohnD.Myrick 1 July, 63 

Henry C. Hall 30 July, 

William S. Howe 15 Mar., 64 

Jacob B. Loring 5 Sept. , 

Andrew M. Benson 10 Fob., 65 

John W. Freeso 18 Feb. , 

William L. Boyd 25 Mar., 

Levi II. Daggett 14 Apr., 

George W. Hussey 1 May, 

Joel Wilson 16 May, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (23.) 

Colonel Samuel H. Allen, December 12. 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Thomas Hight, £21. »„ £. &., March 14, 

1862. 
Major Warren L. Whitney, May 13, 1863. 
Ma'or George M. Brown, February 11. 1864. 
Major Daniel S. Curtis, January 18, ]865. 
Major Joel W. Cloudman, February 20, 1865. 
Captain Nathan .May hew. May 20. 1862. 
Captain Reuben B. Jenning3. Januarv Jo, 1863. 
Cap.ain Black H. Putnam, February 19, 1863. 
Captain Robert F. Dyer, June 4, 1863. 
Captain John P. Carson, February 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles S. Crosby. October 31, 1861. 
First Lieut. Edward M. Pa. ten, R. Q. M.. May 8, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles H. Baker. June 13, 1862. 
First Lieut. John II. Goddard. February 23. 1863. 
First Lieut. Evans S. Pillsburry, March 5, 1863. 
First Lieut. Andrew Griffin, P. Q. M.. March 9, 1863. 
First Lieut. Dudley L. Haines, March 12, 1863. 
First Lieut. George E. Hunton, October 1, 1863. 
First Lieut. Clarence D. Ulmer, R. Q M., May 26, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Joseph C. Hill, October 24, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Samuel B. Lovejoy. April 16, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Jefferson L. Coburn, June 13, 1865. 



Discharged, (35.) 

Colonel John Goddard, February 12, 1862. 

Major David P. Stowell. February 15, 1863. 

Captain Augustus J. Burbank, August 14, 1862. 

Captain Zebulon B. Blethen, November 30, 1862. 

Captain Louis O. Cowan. December 2, 1862. 

Captain George Prince, December 9, 1862. 

Captain George Carey, January 4, 1863. 

Captain Andrew B. Spurling, January 12, 1864. 

Captain William Montgomery, October 8, 1864. 

Captain Isaac G. Virgin, November 1, 1864. 

Captain Edward T. Sanford, December 8, 1864. 

Captain Thomas E. Webber. February 2, 1865. 

Captain Charles C. Chase, May 20, 1865. 

Captain Zena3 Vaughn, May 29, 1865. 

First Lieut. Edward C. Bowen, February 18. 1862. 

First Lieut. George Weston, October 10, 1862. 

First Lieut, John R. Webb, October 14, 1862. 

First Lieut. Jarvis C. Stevens, Adjt., December 26, 1862.. 

First Lieut. Calvin B. Benson. November 1, 1864. 

First Lieut. Phineas Foster, November 10, 1864. 

First Lieut. Horatio Libby, November 25, 1864. 

First Lieut. John R. Andrew, December 6, 1864. 

First Lieut. Eustace C. Biglow, R. C. S., December 30, 1864* 

First Lieutenant Charles O. Gordon, May 6, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Marcus A. Vose, January 10, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Henrv S. Mclntyre, February 1, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Henry F. Blanchard, November 18, 1863.. 

Second Lieut. George E. Bugbee. December 4, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William F. Stone, December 6, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Sylvarius R. Jackson. March 6, 1865. 

Second Lieut. John F. McKusick, April 10, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Lorenzo White, May 20, 1865. 

Assistant Surgeon Alexander M. Parker, September L 1864 

Chaplain Benjamin B. Teft, December 24, 1862. 

Chaplain Samuel A. Fuller, May 5, 1863. 






MAINE CAVALRY. 



First Lieutenants. 

James Maguire 8 Feb., 64 

If. T. Bowman, R.C.S.. 13 Feb., 

James H. Russell 19 Feb., 

Edward P. Merrill 4 Mar., 

Orin S. Haskell 1 Oct. , 

George T. Jewett 25 Nov., 

J. Kidder Brooks 3 Dec, 

James W. Poor 12 Dec., 

Tbaddeus Little, Adj't. . .23 Mar., 65 

Henry A. Willis 14 Apr. , 

Benjamin A. Osborn 1 May, 

Jobn E. Longee 16 May, 

William J. Crooker, a. w. n, 



Second Lieutenants. 

Joseph W.Lee 24 Feb., 64 

William S. FarwelL 2b" Feb., 

Henry D. Fuller 24 Mar., 

Edward Jordan 12 Dee., 

George E. Jumper 14 Apr., 65 

Edward P. Tobie, jr 3 May, 

Albert R. Johnson 4 May, 

Charles A. Stevens 4 May, 



burgeon. 
Horace Stevens 3 Dec., 64 

Assistant Surgeons. 

George J. Northrup 2 Apr., 64 

Frank Bodfish 3 May, 65 

Chaplain. 
Samuel H. Merrill 4 Mar. 64 



Expiration of term of service, (8.) 

Major Sidney W. Thaxter. November 24. 1864. 
Captain Horace S. Cole, November 4, 1864. 
First Lieut. William P. Coleman. October 15. 1864. 
First Lieut. Chavle* W. Ford. November 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frank W. Pray, November 26, 16 
Second Lieut. Frank M. Cutler, November 4. L864. 
Second Lieut. Samuel C. Smith, November 25. 1664. 
Surgeon George W. Colby, November 24, 1864. 



Promoted, (2.) 

Captain Lewellyn G. Estes, December 8, 1863, to Captain and 

A. A. G. 
Captain Andrew H. Bibber. April 22, 1865, to Captain and A. 

A. G. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

First Lieut. Miles Colbath, September 3. 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon George W. Haley, November 15, 1862. 

Died, (17.) 

Colonel Calvin S. Douty. killed in action at Aldie. Va., June 

17, 1863. 
Lieut. Colonel Siephen Boothley. June 6, 1864. 
Captain George J. Summat, June 17, 1863. 
Captain Osco A. Ellis, killed in action. June 24, 1864. 
Captain Walsteiu Phillips, killed in action, June 24. 1864. 
Captain Addison P. Russell, September 20, 1864. 
Captain John A. Heald, killed in action. April 6. 1865. 
First Lieut. William Harris, killed in action at Jorse's Bridge, 

Va.. Hay 17. 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles K. Johnson, May 27. 1865. 
Second Lieut. George S. Kimball, killed in action at Middle- 
burg. Va., June 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Ephraim H. Tavlor. June 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Mark Neville, June 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. William H. Bradman. July 30. 1864. of diseas?. 
Second Lieut, Wmfield S. Collins, killed in action, October 

27, 1864, near Boydton Plank Road. Va. 
Second Lieut. James E. Stayner, killed in action, March 31, 

1865. 
Second Lieut. Leander M. Comins, April 8, 1865, at Din- 

widdie Court House, Va. 
Chaplain George W. Bartlett, June 2, 1864, at Barker's ltills, 

Va. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — {The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE CAVALRY. 



SECOND REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 


(This regiment was organized at Au- 


Resigned, (3.) 


gusta, Me., from November 30, 


1863, to January 2, 1864, to serve 




three years, aud is still in service.) 


Lieut Colonel John F. Godfroy, Mav 4. 1864. 




First Lieut. William Bunton, July 26, 1864. 


(The official list of battles in which 


Assistant Surgeon Louis E. Norris, June 8, 1865. 


this regiment bore an honorable 




part is not yet published in orders.) 


Discharged, (10.) 


Colonel. 


Captain Isaac W. Haskell, February 9, 1865. 




Captain John H. Roberts, February 19, 1865. 


Ephraim W. Woodman, a. w. m. 


Captain Joseph P. Twitchell, March 11, 1865. 




First Lieut Melvin S. Hutchinson, December 3, 1863. 


Lieutenant Colonel. 


F;r>t Lieut. George W. Seavey, July 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. Andrew J. Nichols, September 10, 1864. 




Andrew B. Spurling 13 June, 64 


First Lieut. John F. Miiliken, R. Q. M., February 21, 1865. 




Second Lieut Simeon W. Parlin, May 15, 1865. 


Majors. 


Second Lieut Abner C. Emery, July 2, 1865. 




Chaplain Charles Nason, February 19, 1865. 


Nathan Cutler 13 June, 64 




Charles A. Miller, a. w. m. 


Died, (2.) 


Eben Hutchiuson, a. w. m. 






Second Lieut. Ellis W. Ayer, killed in action at Marianna, 


Captains. 


Fla.. September 27. 1864. 




Second Lieut. Iaaac R. Adams. October 15. 1864, at Marianna, 


Benjamin G. Merry 30 Nov., 63 


Fla. 


Elijah D. Johnson 3 Dec, 


• 


John M. Lincoln 8 Dec, 


Samuel W. Clark 10 Dec, 




Samuel W. Knowles 11 Dec, 




Gnstavus A. Stanley 11 Dec, 




Adoiphus B. Mathews. . .18 Dec, 




Moges French 24 Dec, 




Samuel H. Libby 24 Dec, 




William L. Richmond. ..11 May, 65 




Ivory R. Allen 29 May, 




First Lieutenants. 




James Cleav eland, jr., R. 


§ 


C.S 19 Nov., 63 




Warren Mansur 30 Nov., 




Evander 8. Prescott 11 Dec, 




Daniel S. Simpson 18 Dec, 




Samuel S. Hoibrook 24 Dec, 




Andrew J. Woodman . . .24 Dec, 




A. J. Pickard, Adj't 2? Aug., 64 




William L. Gillespie 27 Aug., 




Thomas A. Brann 27 Aug., 




Fred. A. Metcalf 5 Sept., 




Noah Jewitt 20 Jan., 65 




S. C. Small, R. Q. 3/ 21 Mar. . 




Nelson F. Libby 3 May, 




Marcus A. Yose 22 June, 




Warren H. Pierce, a. w. m. 


, 


Second Lieutenants. 




Silas C. Barker 30 Nov., 63 




J aeon C. Chandler 2 Dec, 




Rudolph L. Dodge 3 Dec. 




William H. Moody 24 Dec M 




Benjamin R. Jones 27 Aug., 64 




Oakman F. Glidden 6 Sep., 




Samuel B. Merry 20 Jan., 65 




Emilus N. Small 27 Apr., 




Roneflo A. Barrows, a. k. m. 




Alired G. Brann, a. ic. in. 


— 



MAINE CAVALRY. 



Surgeon. 


* 


George W. Martin 16 Nov., 63 




Assistant Surgeon. 




John R. Eaton, a. w. m. 




Chaplain. 





Note. — This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this reg- 
ister, its roster is made up to August 31, 1865. 



MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Ban- 
gor and Augusta, Maine, August21, 
1862, for three years, as the 18th 
regiment of infantry, changed to 
heavy artillery, and designated 
the first regiment December, 1862. 
Two additional companies were 
organized — one in January, 1864, 
the other in February, 1864. The 
original members were mustered 
out June 6, 1865; and the organiza- 
tion, composed of veterans and re- 
cruits of this regiment and acces- 
sions from the 17th and 19th regi- 
ments of Maine infantry, remained 
in service until September 11, 1865, 
when it was mustered out in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 



FREDERICKSBURG," "TOLOPOTO- 
MOY," "COAL HARBOR," "PETERS- 
BURG," "DEEP BOTTOM," "BOYD- 
TON ROAD." 



Colonel. 
Russell B. Shepherd 21 Oct. , 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Zimro A. Smith, a. v>. m. 

Major. 
Harrison G. Smith 28 Mar., 65 



Captains. 

James A. Godfrey 9 Sept., 

George Fernald 7 Nov., 

Benjamin F. Oakes 14 Nov., 

Charles Merrill 19 Dec, 

Benjamin F. Atherton. ..19 Dec, 

Samuel E. Buruham 21 Jan., 

Charles W. Linfest 21 Jan., 

Hudson Saunders 28 Mar., 

Hudson Sawyer 1 May, 

Abiathar J. Knowles 19 May, 

Prince A. Gatchel 19, Aug., 

Isaac S. Faunce, a. xo. m. 



64 



65 



First Lieutenants. 

Horace H.Shaw 23 Jan., 

Warren A. Hautress 19 Dec, 

Benjamin C. Frost 26 Dec, 

George F. Dodge . .« 27 Dec , 

Frank A. Clark 1 Jan., 

Charles H. Sawyer 21 Jan., 



64 



C5 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (10.) 

Captain Lorenzo Hinckley, February 14, 1863. 
Captain William C. Clark, February L6, 1863. 
Captain Samuel A. Colby, February 18, 1863. 
Captain John W. Atwell. June 20, 1864. 
Captain Benjamin F. Rollins, July 27, 1865. 
First Lieut. Stephen C. Talbot, Adj't, March 14, 1864. 
First Lieut. James A. Dole, June 10, 1865. 
Second Lieut A. B. Marston, November 1, 1862. 
Surgeon Rotheus E. Pnine, February 19, 1864. 
Chaplain Alfred S. Adams, May 28, 1865. 



Discharged, (29.) 

Lieut. Colonel Thomas H. Talbot, September 14, 1864. 
Major Charles Hamlin, April 26, 1863. 
Major George W. Sabine, December 10, 1864. 
Major Christopher V. Croasruan. December 22, 1864. 
Captain Poscoe F. Hersey. October 29. 1864. 
Ca^taiu W. S. Clark. November 3, 1864. 
Captain Fred. A. Cummings, November 25, 1864. 
Captain Frederic E. Shaw, May 15. 1865. 
Fir.-t Lieut. George Rollins, September 3, 1864. 
First Lieut. C. K. Bridges, September 10, 1864. 
First Lieut. Thomas Foster, September 12. 1864. 
First Lieut. Andrew J. Hilton, September 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry E. Scelers, November 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Richard V. Moore, December 10, 1864. 
First Lieut. Hugh F. Porter, December 14, 1864. 
First Lieut. John W. Batcholder, May 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. Albert White, May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Thomas H. Palmer, June 1, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Mandel M. Fuller, October 21, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Isaac N. Morgan, August 15, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John S. Ober, October 25, 1864. 
Second Lieut. A. P. Eastman, October 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Calvin R. Gardner, December 17, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George J. Brewer, January 13, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Ira M. Bowers, January 18, 1865. 
Second Lieut. A. P. Budge, May 5, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Carlton M. Aus^n, June 3, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Jonathan L. Buzzell, July 1, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Stephen G. Waldron, July 25, 1863. 



Expiration of term of service, (9.) 

First Lieut. Horatio Pitcher, June 6, 1865. 
First Lieut George P. Pote, August 21, 1865. 
First Lieut. Hezekiah H. Lave, August 24, 1865. 
First Lieut. Edward L. Worcester, August 27, 1865. 
First Lieut. William A. Bickford. August 27, 1865. 
First Lieut. Lucius B. Gibson, August 29. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Hiram F. Swett, January 14, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Stillman S. Woodcock, August 27, 1865. 
Chaplain Henry C. Leonard, July 22, 1864. 



Dismissed. (4.) 

First Lieut. Emerv S. Wardwell, July 11, 1864. 
First Lieut. Miles McKenney, March 11, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles E. Robinson. January 4, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George H. Oakes, November 23, 1864. 



MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



Charles A. Heywood. . . .16 Feb., 65 

Isaac J. Dunham 16 Feb., 

Thomas G. Spratt 16 Feb. , 

Charles J. House 1 May, 

Daniel O. Bowen 1 May, 

Cassius C. Roberts 19 June, 

James P. Robinson 19 Aug. , 

John A. Lancey 19 Aug. , 

Fayette M. Paine, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Alphonzo A. Fozier 28 Mar., 65 

Frederick O. Talbot 24 Mar., 

Andrew C. McCurdy 1 May, 

Frank J. Sargeant 16 May, 

Daniel J. Chandler, a. w. m. 



Surgeon. 

Jerome B. Elkine 14 Mar. , 64 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Albert R. Lincoln 15 Dec. , 62 

Henry A. Reynolds 2 May, 64 



Chaplain. 



Died, (23.) 

Colonel Daniel Chaplin, August 20, 1864, of wounds. 
Major Charles W. Nnte, March 9, 1864, of disease. 
Captain William T. Parker, killed in action, May 19, 1864. 
Captain William R. Pattengall, killed in action, May 19, 1864. 
Captain Frederick C. Howes, killed in action, June 18, 1864. 
Captain Samuel W. Daggett, July 2, 1864, of wounds. 
Captain A. J. Jacquith. July 11, 1864, of wounds. 
Captain Samuel J. Oakes, March 25, 1865, of wounds. 
First Lieut, Wm. R. Newenham, January 9, 1864, of wounds. 
First Lieut. John F. Knowles, killed in action, May 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. Gershom C Bibber, killed in action, Ma'y 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. George W. Grant, May 28, 1864, of wounds. 
First Lieut. H. N. Spooner, July 10, 1864, of wounds. 
First Lieut. James W. Clark, July 24, 1864, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. W. A. Vichery, killed in action, May 19, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Allen E. Barry, killed in action, June 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. James E. Hall, killed in action, June 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. G. H. Ruggles, killed in action, June 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Thomas A. Drummond, killed in action, June 

18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Albert G. Abbott; killed in action, June 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. S. W. Crowell, June 24, 1864, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Edward S. Forster, July 14. 1864, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Nelson Bridge*, October 20, 1864. 



Trwf erred, (1.) 

Captain E. R. Mayo, February 23, 1864, to 3d Maine battery, 
light artillery. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



FIRST BATTALION. 

(This organization was composed of 
seven batteries, serving in different 
commands, which were organized, 
for th 

dates and places: The "lit bat- 
Mr.. December 
18,"l861; the "2d battery," at Au- 
gusta, Me., N !86l; the 
"3d battery." at Augusta, Ha, De- 
cember 11,1861; the "4th battery." 
at Aagtuta, Me., December 21, 1861; 
the "5th bat; 

December 4, 1861; the "6th bat- 
tery," at Augusta, Me., February 
7, 1862; and the "7th ba; 
Augusta, Me., December 30, 1863. 
It was mastered oat, by batteries, in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department, from June 17, 
U05, to July 6, 1865.) 

(The roster of officers and the list of 
battles and of casualties are given 
by batteries.) 

Lieutenant Colonel 

James A. Hall 9 Sept. 64 

(Brevet Brig. General 7 Mar., 65.) 

Major. 

Albert W. Bradbury 28 Sept., 64 



FIRST BATTERY— ("A.") 

(The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this battery bore 
an honorable part yet published in 
orders.) 

"GEORGIA LANDING," "COTTEN." 
\ND," "POUT HUDSON," 
"COX'S PLANTATION. 

Captain. 

Eben D. Haley 1 Oct, 64 

First Lieutenants. 

John 8. Snow 17 Nov., 64 

John Grimes 2? Jan., 65 

Second Lieutenants. 

Michael Mooney 28 Jan., 65 

Samuel Fessenden 3 Feb., 



SECOND BATTERY— ("B.") 
(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published iu orders.; 

Captain. 

Charles E. Stubbs 8 Feb., 65 

First Lieutenants. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Anthony N. Greeley 11 Feb., 65 

OsiaF. "Arnold 21 Feb.. 



Casualties. 

Discharged, (1.) 
Lieut Colonel Davis Tillson, March 25, 1863. 
Died, (2.) 

Lieut. Colonel George F. Leppien, May 24, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. g 

Lieut. Colonel Freeman McGilvery, September 2, 1864, of 
wound* received in action at Deep Bottom, Vn. 



Casualties. 

Pesigned, (1.) 

Captain Edward W. Thompson, December 5, 1862. 

Discharged, (1.) 

Second Lieut. John W. Sanborn, January 7, 1865. 

Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. John E. Morton, killed in action at Cedar Creek, 
Va., October 19, 1864. 

Missing, (2.) 

First Lieut. John B. nubbard, August 31, 1862. 

J Lieut. J. Frank Godlrey, August 31, 1862 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (3.) 
Captain William N. Timer, November 18, 1863. 
First Lieut. Samuel Paine, March 7, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John Montgomery, July 18, 1864. I 

Discharged, (4.) 
Captain Albert F. Thomas, January 22, 1865. 
First Lieut. Benjamin F. Carr, February 7, 1865. 
First Lieut. Austin Reed. May 1, 1865. 
First Lieut. William A. Ferry, May 13, 1865. 

Died, (1.) 
Second Lieut. Samuel Fessenden, killed in the battle of Bull 
Run, Va., August 29, 1662. 



MAINE LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



THIRD BATTERY— ("C") 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 

Ezekiel R. Mayo 15 June, 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Willis M. Haycock 18 July, 61 

George E. Skillings 20 Jan., 65 

Second Lieutenants. 

Joniah N. Baker 18 July, 64 

Elisha B. Murphey 27 Jan., 65 



FOURTH BATTERY— ("D.") 

"CEDAR MOUNTAIN," " ANTTKTAM," 
"WILDERNESS," " SPOTTSYLVA- 
NIA," "COAL HARBOR." 

Captain. 

CharleB W. White 13 Aug., 64 

First Lieutenants. 
John M. Freeman 9 Jan., 65 

Second Lieutenants. 

George W. Woods 11 Jan., 65 

Augustus Fox 19 Jan., 



FIFTH BATTERY— ("E.") 

"CHANCELLORSVILLE," "GETTYS- 
BURG." "WILDERNESS," "SPOTT- 
SYLVANIA," "COAL HARBOIl," 
"PETERSBURG," "OPEQUAN," 

"FISHER'S HILL," "CEDAR 

CREEK." 

Captain. 

Greenleaf T. Stevens 18 May, 63 

{Brevet Major 19 Oct, 1864.) 

First Lieutenants. 

Edward N. Whittier 18 Mav, 63 

(Brevet Captain Id Oct., 1864.) 
Charles O. Hunt S3 Mar., 64 

Second Lieutenants. 

George W. Woodbury. . .30 Mnr., 65 
David J. Black ". . . . 1 June, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



First Lieut, Joseph W. Whitmore, June 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Melville C. Burgess, February 21, 1863. 

Discharged, (1.) 
First Lieut, Seth A. Emery, January 16, 1865. 

Dismissed, (1.) 
Captain James G. Swett, May 18, 1863. 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (5.) 

First Lieut. Lucius M. Haynes, September 22. 1:62. 
First Lieut. Hamlin F. Eaton, January 14. 1863. 
First Lieut. Mathew B. Coffin. March 12, 1863. 
First Lieut. Henry C. liayiu-s, November 31. 1864. 
First Lieut. Melville C Kimball. December 21, le!64. 

Died, (1.) 

Captain O'Neil W. Robinson, jr., July 17, 1864, at Waterford, 
Me. 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (2.) 

Second Lieut. Ezra Clark, January 31, 1865. 
Second Lieut James C. liartletr, May 5, 1865. 

Died, (1.) 

First Lieut William F. Twitchell, killed in action at Bull 
Run, Va., August 30, 1862. 



MAINE LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



SIXTH BATTERY— "F." 




Casualties. 


"CEDAR MOUNTAIN." "SECOND 





BULL RUN,'' THANTILM 


AN- 




TIETAM," "GSTTY8BUB 


Resigned, (4.) 


RUN.'' " WILDERNESS," "SPOTT- 




SYLVWM." "HORTfl 


First Lient. George H. Smith, February 17, 1863. 


'TO \I. BARBOR," "PETERSlil 1 


1 Lieut. Frederick A. Morton, September 94, 1862. 


"DEEP BOTTOM.' 




id Lieut, l). IV. Mii~ril/. January '29, 1863. 
Second Lieut. William II. Gallison. June — , 1863. 


Captain. 




Discharged, (3.) 


"William II. Rogers 1 Jan., 


65 


Captain Edwin B. Dow, rToreml 


First Lieutenants. 




First Linn. Edward Wipgin, jr., May :t. 1864. 

Second Lieut. Marshall N. McKusick", November 17, 1864. 


Samuel Thurston 16 July, 


64 




Joseph W. Burke 17 Jan., 


65 




Second Lieutenants. 






John G. Doane 16 July, 


64 




Eliaa D. Libbey 17 Jau., 


65 




SEVENTH BATTERY— ("G 


") 


Casualties. 


"WTLDIRJTXSfl," "SPOTTSYLYA] 





"North anna.'' '"coal har- 




bor,'' "PBTKBaBDRO," "Rl 


Promoted, (1.) 


H"N." "POPLAR SPUING 




CHURCH." 




PM Lieut. William B. Lapham, May 26, 1865, to Captain 
aud A. q. M. 


Captain. 






Adelbert B. Twitchell. . . r30 Dec, 


63 




{Brevet Major 8 April, 1 - 






First Lieutenant. 






Lorrin E. Bundy 9 Jan., 


64 




Second Lieutenants. 






Daniel Staples 30 Dec, 


63 


, 


Frank Thorp 30 Dec, 











NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before the 31st of August, 1865. 

Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out of each battery. 



10 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



FIRST BATTALION, (SHARP- 
SHOOTERS.) 
(BATTALION OF.) 

(This organization was composed of 
six companies, and was organized 
at Augusta, Me., from October 27, 
1804, to December 29, 1804, to serve 
ouo and three years. It was con- 
solidated with the 20th regiment 
Maine volunteers June 21, 18G5.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published iu orders.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 



Captains. 

George R. Abbott 28 Oct, , 64 

{Brevet Major 9 April, ! - 

Charles F. Sawyer 29 v 

William O. Howes SJ Nov., 

William 11. Harrington. .29 I 
Albion Whitten 30 Dec, 



First Lieutenants. 

George W. Sweetser 29 Nov., 64 

John H. Terry 7 Dec, 

Warren T. Noyes 29 Dec, 

John Butler 14 Jan., 65 



Second Lieutenants. 

Samuel W. Scofield 29 Nov., 64 

George A. Rider, a. w. m. 



Surgeon, 
Assistant Surgeons. 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (1.) 
Second Lieut. James Sidelinger, March 14, 1865. 



Discharged, (7.) 

Lieut.'Colonel Jacob McClnre, January 17, 1865. 
Captain Thomas H. 1' carry. May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Thomas TV. Billings, May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Frederick D. Wight, May 29, 1865. 
Second Lieut. James \V. Libby, March 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Hiram T. Strout, Mav 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Henry \V. Martin, May 26, 1865. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments arc entered on this register except those announced iu General 
Orders before August 31, 1805. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of consolidation. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



11 



FIRST VETERAN REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized Sep- 
tember 20, 1864, by consolidation 
of the veterans and recruits of the 
5th, 6th. and 7th regiment! 
vols., and mustered out of service 
Juno 28, 1865, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

"BULL RUN," "YORKTOWN," ''WIL- 
LIAMSBURG," "WOT POINT." 
"GAINES'S MILL." 'SAVAGE STA- 
TION," "WHITS OAK SWAMP," 
"MALVERN HILL," "CBAMPTOff'fl 
GAP," "ANTUETAM," "MATRX'a 
HEIGHTS," "SALEM HEIGHTS," 
"GETTYSBURG, " " R.U'I'AHAN- 

ROCK STATION," 'WILD 
"Sl'OTTSVIA \M \." "COAL HAR- 
BOR," "PITIR8BURO," "FORT 
(PEQUAW," "FISHERS 
HILL," "CJBDAR CREEK."* 



Colonel. 

Thomas W. Hyde 22 Oct., 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Stephen C. Fletcher 6 Nov., 64 

Major. 



Captains. 

Charles T. Witherell....l5 Aug., 63 
{Brevet Major 19 Oct., 1864.) 

George McGinley 15 Mar., 64 

EH H. Webber 6 Nov., 

William Crosby 10 Dec, 

Augustus Merrill 6 Jan., 65 

(Brevet Major 2 Apr., 18 

Warren T. Ring 20 Feb., 

Walter B. Jenuess 1 Apr., 

John B. Waid 11 Apr., 

John McLellan 22 May, 

George II. Baker, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

F. Glazier, R. Q. M 24 Oct.. 64 

J. A Grenier. Adj't 30 Nov., 

William H. Savage 30 Nov., 

(Brevet Captain 2 Apr., 1865.) 

Wing 30 Nov., 

William C. Phinney 6 Jan., 65 

Warren Eraser 20 Feb., 

George W. Fogg. ... 19 Mar., 

Perry Greenleaf 2 Apr.. 

Edward J. Dolan 13 Apr., 

Daniel F. Goodrich 13 Apr., 

William H. Blood 23 May , 



Casualties. 

Discharged, (9.) 

Major Alexander B, Sumner, (Brevet Lt. Colonel April 2, 

1865.) June 16, li 
Captain Edward Williams, November 2, 1864. 
Captain Granville P. Cochrane, December 15) 
First Lieut. William H. Coau, Adj't, October 29, 1864. 
First Lieut. George R. Cu/iuj. January 85, LJ 
First Lieut. James A. Everett. March 7. 1865. 

Lieut Charles Lowell, October 3 
Second Lieut. Augustus A. Dwinal. May 1.1. 1865. 
Chaplain Collamore Pnrrington, June JLo, le'65. 



Erpiration of term of service, (4.) 

Captain Timothy Swan, March 18. 1865. 

Captain Albert A. Kit v. t Major October 19, 1864,) 

March 23, I 
Ffril Lieut. William H. Larrubce. March 12. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Lemuel C. Small, February 10, 1665. 



Died, (6.) 

Captain John C. Goldthwait. April 18, 1865. 

PlPrt Lieut. Benjamin F. Bickuell, killed in action September 

19, lt'64. 
First Li<ut. Jordan P. Mitchell, November 12, 1864, of 

wounds. 
Second Lieut. Jopeph Welpley, March 25; 1865, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin F. Hunter, March 26, 1865, of 

wounds. 
Second Lieut. Alvin A. Metier, killed in action at Petersburg, 
\;.ril2, 1865. 



*This list of battles includes those iuwhicu the E;h, 6th, and 7th Maine volunteers "bore an hon- 
orable part." 



12 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



Second Lieutenants. 

James Phair 21 Feb., 65 

Silas Smith 21 Feb., 

George M. Littlefield ...21 Mar., 

Josiah S. Brown 3 Apr., 

Robert T. Crommett 3 Apr., 

Wainwright Gushing 16 Apr., 

Frederick Benn 16 Apr., 

George W. Pettengill. .. 9 May, 
Winneld S. Robinson . ..23 May, 

Surgeon. 

Francis M. Everleth 13 Feb., 63 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Stillman P. Getchell 23 Mav, 64 

Alpheus S. Packard 24 Oct., 

Chaplain. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before the 31st day of August, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it 6tood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



13 



FIRST BATTALION. 

(This battalion, composed of four 
companies, was organized at Au- 
gusta and Portland, Me., in Feb- 
ruary and March, 1865, to serve 
three years. It is still in service.) 



(No battles.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Calvin S. Brown, a. w. m. 

Captains. 

Benjamin O. Barrows . . .30 Mar., 65 

Royal A. Bray 1 Apr., 

George L. Frickett 5 Apr., 

First Lieutenants. 

Albert Q Hill 30 Mar., 65 

John E. Ashe 1 Apr., 

Hannibal A. Johnson ... 5 Apr., 
William E. Leighton, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Josiah Chase, jr 30 Mar., 65 

John F. Gaslin 1 Apr., 

Sylvester L. Brown, a. w. m. 
Jordan M. Hall, a. w. m. 

Assistant Surgeon. 



Casualties. 



Note.— ?This organization not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register) its roster is made up to August 31, 1865. 



14 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment wag organized at 
Long Island, N. Y., May 28, 1861, 
to serve two and three years. The 
two years' men were mustered out 
of service June 9, 1863, and the 
remaining men transferred to the 
20th Maine vols.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
George Varney 10 Jan., 63 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Daniel F. Sargent 10 Jan., 63 

Majors. 

Captains. 

It. B. Wiggin 30 Aug., 61 

Daniel White .16 Dec, 

Frank A. Garnsey 28 Feb.. 62 

William It. Currier 7 June, 

Edward L. Getchell 15 July. 

B Foster 21 Oct., 

John C. Quimby 29 Dec, 

Walter W. Sturtervants, a. w. m. 
Charles W. Tilden, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

John K. Skinner 28 May, 61 

James Deaue 30 Aug., 

Horatio Staples 22 Jan., 

L. P. Mudgett, Adft 6 Mar., 62 

George I. Brown 23 June, 

Ralph W. Morse 15 July, 

Warren H. Boynton 13 Sept., 

Stephen D. Millett, a. w. m. 
Colin L. Downs, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Sumner R. Kittredge 28 Mav. Gl 

Francis P. Hall 30 Aug., 

James F. Moore 16 Dec, 

James C. Collins 23 June, 62 

Daniel Quimby, jr 15 July, 

George Vinal 10 Nov. , 

Edwin L. Sterling, a. w. m. 
Servall H. Dorms, a. w. m. 
Frank S. Trickey, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 
Samuel B. Morrison 30 Aug., 61 

Assistant Surgeons. 
W. R. Benson, a. w. m. 

Chaplain. 
A. J. Bates, a. w. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (5.) 

Captain Seth K. Devereaux, May 30, 1861. 
Captain John S. Sampson, November 22, 1861. 
First Lieut David D. War dwell, August 6. 1861. 
First Lieut. Albert G. Fellows, January 28, 1862. 
Second Lieut Miles J. Sweeny, November 10, 1861. 

Discharged, (18.) 

Colonel Charles D. Jameson, August 4. 1861. 

Colonel Charles W. Roberts, January i 0. 1863. 

Captain Herman Barilette, August 1, 1861. 

Captain Frederick Meinicke, September 7, 1861. 

Captain John Curroll, October 28, 1861. 

Captain Augustus B. Farnham. January 2, 1862. 

Captain Eliphalct S. Morrill June 6, 1862. 

Captain Levi Emerson. October 22, 1862. 

Captain Fernando C. Foss. December 29. 1862. 

Captain Albion P. Wilson, April 14, 1 - 

First Lieut. Charles V. Lord, R. Q. M., September 19, 1861. 

First Lieut. Henry Casey, November 10, 1861. 

First Lieut. James W. Adams, July 24, 1862. 

First Lieut. Samuel B. Field. December 24, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Samuel B. Hinklcy, September 23, 1862. 

Surgeon W. H. Allen. October 25, 1861. 

Assistant Surgeon John T. Main. April 9, 1863. 

Chaplain John F. Mines, July 11, 1862. 

Promoted, (6.) 

Major Daniel Chaplin, July 14, 1862, to Colonel 18th Maine 

infantry vols. 
Captain William S. Mudgett, March 9, 1863, to Lieut Colonel 

80th United States Colored infantry. 
First Lieut. John E. Reynolds. Adft, February 19, 1862, to 

Captain ]7th United States infantry. 
First Lieut. Samuel W. Hoskins, R. Q.M., February 19, 1863, 

to Captain and A. Q. M. 
Assistant Surgeon A. C. Hamlin, April 4, 1862, to Brigade 

Surgeon. 
Assistant Surgeon A. D. Palmer, January 6, 1863, to 8urgeon 

9th Maine infantry vols. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

First Lieut. George W. Brown, September 13, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Joseph B. Forbes, August 21, 1862. 

Died, (4.) 

Captain Elisha N. Jones. August 10, 1861. 

First Lieut. Albert L. Cowan, August 30, 1862, at the battle 

of Groveton, Va. 
Second Lieut. Lyman E. Richardson, August 4, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Arthur C. W. Whitcomb, January 3, 1863. 

Transferred, (1.) 

Second Lieut Horace Brown, October 26, 1861, to 18th United 
States infantry. 



Note. — Tho roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



15 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta. Me., June 4. L861, for three 
yeara The original memb 
mustered out Jane 

th- recruits transferred to the 11th 
Maine vols.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an b 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Moses B. Lakeman 14 Not., 62 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 



Captains. 



John S. Moore 12 Feb., 08 

Alfred S. Merrill 26 Oct.. 

\. Melntyre 31 I 

Henry P. Worcester . . .. 8 Jan., 64 
Edward C. Pierce, a. id. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

John It. Day 12 Sept., 61 

a. R.Q.M. 1 July, 62 

Daniel W. Emery ly Aug., 

Woodbury Hail 26 Oct.. 

George S. Fuller 14 Nov., 

Tlohuau M. Anderson ..27 Feb.. 63 

William II. Higgins 20 Jan., 64 

Abner W. Turner, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 

George S. Blake 15 Oct., G2 

Charles W. Low (i Dec, 

Samuel L. Gillman 27 Feb., 63 

George C. Hudson 27 Feb., 

John B.Dodge a Jan., 64 

Bradford W. Smart 2 Apr., 

Uauuibal A. Johnson 7 Apr., 



Surgeon. 
Thaddeus Hildreth 23 Oct., CI 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (14.) 

Colonel Henry G. SMp/cs. November 14. 1862. 
Lieut. Colonel Charles A. L. Sampson, July 7. 1862. 
Captain John M. Nash. July 30, 1861. 
Captain Francis B. Heath, July 26 
CaptflbB William L. Richmond, October 16 
Captain William II. Watson, October 25 
First Lieut. George & Andrews, February 1 I, 1862. 
First Lieut. John W. Sanborn, July 30, 1664. 
Second Lieut. Henry A. Boyce, August 2, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Edward C. Low March 11. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Thomas J. fiojw, March 24. 1863. 

t Surgeon George E. Uric/oft. August 27, 1861. . 
,it Burgeon Frank II. GetcJull, October 98, 188B. 
Chaplain Andrew J. Church. July 11. 186L 

Discharged, (88.) 

Lieut. Colonel Isaac N, Tucker, November 4, 1861. 
Captain Newell Strout, Aug 
Captain Elb ridge G. Ban er 11, 1861. 

Captain William E. Jarvis, October t, 1861. 

□ F. s. HI seltlne, November 14. - 
Captain Gorham S. Johnson, August 4, 
Captain Reuben Sawyer, January 15, I 
Captain John S. Wiggins, March 22. \i 

femes H I'laist-V March 26, It 
First Lieut. George R. F rskine. July 21, 1861. 
Ubu* It. Quim.ly July 27, 1661. 
- K< ;iv. August 7, 1861. 
First L eut Will am D. Haley. R. <t M., September 7, 1861. 
First Lieut. Royal B. Stearns, November 4, 1861 
First Eieut. James M. Colsoo, Noveml. 
First Lieut. Albert B. Hall, Adj't, November 28, 1861. 
First Lieut. Edward P. Donnell, April 6, 1862. 
First Lieut. Henry Penniman, November 4. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Henry M. Reiues, July 27, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Warren It. Matson, August 2, 1861. 
Second Lieut. William Elder, August 20, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Samuil Hambltn, December 5, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles A. Hill, December 28, 1po2. 
Second Eieut. Aaron C. Wilson. May 6, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon William H. Jewett, December 5, 1863. 

Promoted, '5.) 

Colonel Oliver O. Howard, £35. \3„ Sept. 7, 1861, to Brigadier 
General vols. 

Captain William 8. Heath, September 23, 1861, to Lieut. 
Colonel 5th Maine vols. 

Captain William A. Hatch, March 8, 1R63, to Major 3d U. 8. V. 

First Lieut. James H. Tallman, R. Q. M., March 24, 1862, to 
Captain and A. Q. M. 

Surgeon Gideon S. Palmer, October 23, 1861, to Brigade Sur- 
geon. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

Captain Edwin A. Bacheldor, December 22. 1862, 
First Lieut. Jefferson Savage, August 19, 1862. 
Second Lieut Frederick Elliott, August 19, 1862. 



Prisoner of war at date of muster out. 



16 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 
James D. Watson 22 Dec, 62 

Chaplain. 
Stephen F. Chase 23 Mar., 63 



Died, (11.) 

Lieut. Colonel Edwin Burt, killed in action at Wilderness, 
May 6, 1864. 

Major William C. Morgan, killed in action at North Anna river, 
May 23, 1664. 

Captain Nathaniel .lanscomb, June 16, 1862, at Fair Oaks, Va., 
of fever. 

Captain John C. Keene, killed in action at Gettysburg, Pa., 
July 2,1863. 

Captain George W. Harvey, May 9, 1864, of wounds received 
in action. 

Captain George O. Getchells, May 30, 1864, of wounds received 
in action. 

Captain George A. Nye, June 4, 1864, of wounds received in 
action. 

First Lieut. Charles B. Haskell, July 2, 1862, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Fair Oaks, Va. 

First Lieut. Warren W. Cox, killed in action at Chancellors- 
ville, Va., May 3, 1863. 

First Lieut. William H. Briggs, killed in action at Coal Har- 
bor, Va., May 30, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Denold Withain, killed in action at Chancel- 
lorsville, Va.,May2, 1863. 

Deserted, (1.) 
First Lieut. Charles C. Drew, Adj't, March 29, 1864. 

Transferred, (3.) 
Major Samuel P. Lee, July 2, 1863, to Invalid Corps. 



Chaplain Henry C. Leonard, October 28, 1862, to 18th Maine 
vols. 

Reduced to ranks, (1.) 

First Lieut. Donald Mclntyre, Adj't, September 5, 1862, by 
order of General Birney. 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



17 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Rockland, Maine, June 15, 1361, to 
serve three years. The original 
members (except veterans) were 
mustered <ait of service July 19, 
1864, and the veterans and recruit* 
transferred to the 19th Maine vol- 
unteers.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Elijah Walker 17 Mar. , 09 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

George G. Davis 10 May, G4 

Major. 



Captains. 

* Julius B. Litchfield 1 Aug., 

Ezra 13. Carr 2 Apr., 

William A. Barker 1 Sept., 

Arthur Libby 9 Dec, 

Jason Carlisle 23 Dec, 

Charles II. Conant 31 Dec, 

George R. Abbott 13 Jan., 

First Lieutenants. 

CharleHF. Sawyer, Adft.26 Feb., 

Solomon 8. Stearins 12 May, 

Edward D. Redman 9 Oct., 

Elisha S. Rogers 10 Oct., 

George L. Crockett 8 Dec, 

Joseph R. Conant 31 Dec, 

Arteina*. Robimon 1 Jan., 

Kendall K. Rankin 13 Jan., 

Second Lieutenants. 

'Nathaniel A. Bobbins, a. w. m. 



Surgeon. 
Sefh C. Hawkins, a. zc. m, 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Albion Cobb, a. w. m. 



Gl 



64 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (37.) 

Lieut. Colonel Silas M. Fuller, March 1. 1862. 

Captain Oliver J. Conant. September 9, 1861. 

Captain Stephen ('. '• October 31, 1861. 

Captain Henry W. Cunningham, December 16, 1861. 

Captain Joseph L. Havener, April 3. 1862. 

Captain Charles]!. Orunkaleyk, April 27, 1862. 

Captain Andrew 1). Been, Mav 12, 1802. 

Captain Or/// P. Mitch, U, July 31 

Captain (instants Itunlctt, August 12, - 

Captain L<vi 11. Bisbce, September 30, Li 

Captain Thomas It. <, lover, October 28, 

Captain Jamet Jj. Etskin, November 29, 1862. 

Captain Charles A. Rollins, January 7. 

Captain Albeit L. Spence, January 23, 1863. 

Captain William H. Clark, January 27. 1863. 

Captain llichard S. Ai/cr. March 22. 1863. 

Captain George F. Crabtree, June 21. 1863. 

Captain John O. Anhl. December 14. 1863. 

First Lieut. Jam. s ( ). l)>\v, ,!m\ - 

First Lieut. A Idea D. Cliase, July 15, - 

First Lieut. William E. Bar-in, August 15, 1861. 

First Lieut. John C. Cobb, September 27, 1861. 

First Lieut. James S. Huxford, Oct* D( r 28, 14 

First Lieut. Benjamin Kcllaj, jr., February 22, 1862. 

First Lieut. Charlis L. Strickland. Mav •! 

First Lieut. James N. Fouler, July 18." 

First Lieut. Alonzo E. Libbij, November 13, 1862. 

First Lieut. Otis C. McGray, April 3, II 

First Lieut. Jabez B. Greenbau vh, May 27. 1863. 

First Lieut. William Shields, September 27, 1863. 

First Lieut. Frank D. Ames, October 8, 1663. 

Second Lieut. Fred. E. Huftfjey, July 8, 1861. 

Second Lieut. Horatio II. Carter. August 12, 1861. 

Second Lieut. Bei.iah P. Brackley, September It), 1861. 

Surgeon Abriel Libby. July 17. 1862. 

Assistant Surgeon William" E. Benson, September 30, 1862. 

Assistant Surgeon George H. Martin, May 12, 1863. 



Discharged. (4.) 

Lieut. Colonel Lorenzo D. Carver, December 16, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Burd, January 1, 1862. 
Surgeon William A. Banks, July 18, 1861. 
Assistant Surgeon Elisha Hopkins, July 18, 1861. 



Promoted, (o.) 

Colonel Hiram G. Beny, March 17, 1862, to Brigadier Gen- 
eral of vols. 

Lieut. Colonel Thomas H. Marshall, September 9, 1861, to 
Colonel 7th Maine vols. 

Lieut. Colonel Frank S. Nickerson, November 29, 18C1, to 
Colonel 14th Maine vols. 

Captain Edwin M. Smith, A pril 1 , 1 862, to Captain and A. A. G. 

First Lieut. Isaac C. Abbott, R. Q. M., July 8, 1863, to Cap- 
tain and A. Q. M. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain G. J. Burn*, October 10, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Eben Harden, April 27, 1863. 

* Prisoner of war. 



2 a 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



Cltaplain. 
Benjamin A. Chase 15 June, 61 



Died, (15.) 

Major William L. Pitcher, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 
Va., December 13. 1862. 

Major Ebenezer Whitcomb, October 5, 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived at Gettysburg. 

Major Robert H. Grey, May 9, 1864, of wounds received in 
action. 

Captain Daniel H. Adams, April 29. 1863, of disease. 

Captain Andrew J. Grey, August 22. 1863, of disease. 

Captain Edwin Libby, killed in action, May 5, 1864. 

Captain Amos B. Wooster, killed in action at battle of the 
Wilderness. May 6, 1864. 

First Lieut. George F. Bourne, killed in action at Fredericks- 
burg, Va., December 13, 1862. 

First Lieut. Christopher C. Grey, May — , 1864, of wounds 
received in action. 

First Lieut. Henry O. Ripley, June 7, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at battle of Po river. 

Second Lieut. Walter S. Goodal, killed in action at Fredericks- 
burg, Va., December 13, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Sheridan P. Miller, killed in action at Chancel- 
lorsville, May 2, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Orpheus Roberts, killed in action at Gettys- 
burg, July 2, 186a 

Second Lieut. Charles S. McCobb, July 3, 1863, of wounds 
received at Gettysburg. 

Second Lieut. George M. Bragg, July 5, 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived at Gettysburg. 

Missing, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon Freeland S. Holmes, never reported to reg- 
iment. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



19 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Port- 
laud, Maine, June 24, 1861, for three 
years. The original members (.ex- 
cept veterans) were mustered out 
of service July 27, 16(34, and the 
veterans and recruits transferred 
to the 6th Maine battalion.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Clark. S. Edwards 8 Jan., C3 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry R. Millett 8 Jan.. 63 

Major. 
Aaron S. Daggett 14 Apr., 63 



Captains. 

Edward M. Robinson 27 Apr.. 

Robert M. Stevens 20 8ept, 

Charles H. Small 7 Oct.. 

Alburn P. Harris 30 Dec, 

Fred. G. Sanborn 1 Mar., 

John D. Ladd 1 Nov., 

Nathan "Walker 1 Nov., 



First Lieutenants. 

William E. Stevens 12 Feb., 

Charles B. Dexter 13 Nov., 

W. B. Fendersou,«.Q.itf.26 Nov., 

Joseph Wight 1 May, 

Lewis II. Lunt 1 May, 

John II. Stevens 25 May 

Orin B. Stevens 1 Nov., 

John C. Summersides.. . 1 Nov., 
George B. Parsons, Adj't. 4 Apr., 



Second Lieutenants. 

Joseph A. Grenier 23 Oct., 

Frank G. Patterson 20 Apr., 

George A. Chandler 3 May. 

Sydney Hutchings 19 June, 



C3 



64 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (25.) 

Colonel Mark H. Dunnell, September 2, 1861. 

Lieut. Colonel Edward Ilsley, September 24. 1861. 

Major Samuel C. Hamilton, September 25, 1861. 

Captain Isaac B. Noves. August 1. 1661. 

Captain Henry E. Thomas. August 9. 1861. 

Captain E. W. Sawyer. August" 16. 1861. 

Captain Edward W. Thompson, September 6. 1861. 

Captain Thomas J. Sawyer, December 3, 1861. 

Captain David S. Barrows, Januarv 23. 1862. 

Captain George W. Patch, June 17, 1662. 

Captain George E. Brown, October 19, 1862. 

Captain Ge wood, January 19, 1863. 

Captain Hamlin T. Bucknam. September 29, 1863. 

First Lieut. Fred. T. Guruev. August 15, 1861. 

First Lieut. John S. Merill, R. Q. M.. September 2. 1861. 

First Lieut. George W. Martin. October 13, 1861. 

First Lieut. Cvrus M. Wormell, February 22, 1662. 

First Lieut. Charles E. Packard, June 13, 1662. 

l'ir.-t Lieut. George W. Graffam, Adft, October 18, 1863. 

Lieut. George W. Bicknell. Adft, March 9. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Samuel Munson. August 25, 1661. 
Second Lieut. Robert J. MrPherson, December 11, 1861. 
Second Lieut. William II. Shaw. January 13. Ic62. 
Second Lieut. Simeon W. Sanborn, October 16. 1662. 
Surgeon Benjamin P. Buxton, January 9. 1663. 



Discharged, (15.) 



Colonel Edward A. Scammon. January 8. 1863. 

Captain Josiah lb aid, August 9. 1861. 

Captain Wm. A. Tobie. September 20, 1P61. 

Captain Lewis B. Goodwin, September 20, 1861. 

Captain Burbank Spiller, March 23, 1863. 

Captain John B. Walker, June 17, 1663. 

Captain Samuel 11. Pilsbury. August 12, 1863. 

Captaiu Albert L. Dealing, September 8, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles 8. Whitman, Adft, November 21, 1861. 

First Lieut. William Merrill. December 10, 1861. 

First Li.ut. Joniah R. Brady, February L4. 1862. 

First Lieut. Abel C. . May 7," 1862. 

First Lieut. George B. Kenniston, May 25, 1863. 

First Lieut. John A. A. Packard, December 25, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon William S. Noyes, March 31, 1863. 



Promoted, (5.) 

Colonel Nathaniel J.Jackson, September 24, 1862, to Briga- 
dier General. 

First Lieut. Richard C. Shannon, October 23, 1862, to Cap- 
tain and A. A. G. 

First Lieut. Stephen H. Manning, November 26, 1862, to 
Captain and A. Q. 31. 

Second Lieut. Frederick Speed, November 28, 1861, to First 
Lieutenant and Adft 13th Maine vols. 

Second Lieut Henry W. Stinson, April 30, 1863, to Captain 
and A. D. C. 



Dismissed, (1.) 



Surgeon. 
Francis G. Warren 9 Jan., 63 First Lieut. C. A. "Waterhouse, March 11, 1864. 



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Assistant Surgeon. 
Melville H. Maruon 4 May, 



63 



Chaplain. 
John K. Adams 24 June, 61 



. Died, (7.) 

Lieut. Colonel William S. Heath, killed in action June 27, 

1862. 
Captain Frank L. Leraout, killed in action May 12, 166-1. near 

.Spottt yivania Court House. 
Captain Daniel C. Clark, May 16, 1864, from wounds received 

iu action. 
First Lieut. Ambrose S. Dyer, September 22, 1861, at Yar- 
mouth, Me. 
First Lieut Smith G. Bailey, May 30, 1863, of wounds received 

in action at Salem Church. 
Second Lieut. Cvrus W. Braun, killed in action at Salem 

Heights, Va., May 3, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John S. French, of wounds received in action 

November 8, 1863. 

Transferred, (4.) 

Captain John C.Goldthwait, June 22. 1864, to 7th Maine vols. 
First Lieut. George E. Atwood, October 7. 1862. to 24th 

Maine vols. 
First Lit-ut. Jordan P. Mitchell, June 23, 1864, to 7th Me. vols. 
Second Lieut. John McLellan, June 22, lfcb"4, to 7th Maine 

vols. 

Missing, (1.) * 

First Lieut. Andrew S. Lyons, since May 10, 1864. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



21 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Portland Maine, July 15, 18(31. for 
three jean. The original mem- 
ben (except veterans) were mus- 
tered out of service August 13. 
1864. and the veterans and recruit* 
transferred to the 7th Maine volun- 
teers.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Casualties. 



Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Benjamin F. Harris 9 Mar., 63 

% Major. 
George Fuller 28 May, 63 



Captains. 

Theodore Lincoln, jr 2 Aug., 62 

Joseph G. Roberts 28 May, 63 

Lycurgus Smith 20 June, 

Frederick A. Hill 22 Dec., 

Frederick B. Glnn 1 Jan., 64 

Levi L. L. Bassford 4 June, 



First Lieutenants. 

Addison P. Buck. R. Q.M 20 Sept., 61 

Percivul Knowles 15 Aug., 63 

Horace S. Hobbs 22 Dee., 

John L. Pierce 22 Dec. , 

Frank C. Burnham 30 Apr., 64 

Charles P. Dorr 3 May, 

Solomon J. Morton 3 June, 65 



Second Lieutenants. 
JohnC. Honey 1 Oct., 62 



Surgeon. 
William Buck 15 Aug., 63 

Assistant Surgeons. 
Samuel B. Straw 24 Oct., 63 



Resigned. (27.) 

Colonel Abner Knowles. December 11, 1861. 

Lieut. Colonel Charles H. Chandler, March 9, 1863. 

Captain Moses W. Brown, September 16, 1861. 

Captain Joseph Snowman. January 15. 1662 

Captain Isaac Frailer, January 16, 1862. (Recommissioned 

Captain January 21, 1862.) 
Captain William N. Lyset, July 13, 1862, 
Captain Isaac Frazier. July I'. 1 . 1862. 
I Captain Theodore Cary. February 12. 1863. 
Captain William H Stanchjield, April 6, 18G3. 
First Lieut. Isaac Strickland. R. Q AT, September 20, 1861. 
First Lieut. Otis II. Kent, November 5, 18bi. 
First Lieut. Henry R. Soper, January 4, 1862. 
First Lieut. Virgil P. IVardwdl, May 30, 1862. 
First Lieut. John M. Lincoln, August 6, 
First Lieut. Frank I 1862. 

Fir.-t Lieut. Isaac Morrill. December 10, 1862. 
First Lieut. Benjamin M. Flint, March 24, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Danvl W. Freeze. January 12. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles Day, February 26, 1862, 
Second Lieut. Milton Fra'zer. July 19, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Hiram B. SprouL July 20, 1862. 
Second Lieut. George H. Xorton, August 2, 1862. 
Second Lieut. George Roberts, October 7, 1862. 
Surgeon Eugene F. Sanger. March 19, 18C2. 
Assistant Surgeon George ]V. Martin, July 16. 1862. 
Assistant Surgeon Alden Blossom. April 16, 1863. 
Chaplain Zenus Thompson, July 15, I - 

Discharged, (10.) 

Captain Albert G. Burton. September 10, 1861. 

Captain Charles F. Stone. November 5, 1863. 

Captain Benjamin J. Buck, November 11, 1863. 

Captain George W. Burnham. May 20, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles A. Clark. A&ft, February 11, 1864. 

First Lieut. Simon Pottle. 2d. Februarv 13. 1864. 

First Lieut. Albert M. Murrh, April 2. 1864. 

Second Lieut. Henry H. Chamberlin, March 25, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Horace G. Jacobs, , 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon John Baker, October 26, 1861. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Colonel Hiram Burnham, April 1, 1864, to Brigadier General 
of vols. 



Dismissed, (2.) 

Major Frank Pierce, February 25, 1862. 

Captain Levi L. L. Bassford, April 25, 1864. (Recommit 
sioned Captain, and present with regiment,) 

Died, (14.) 

Major Joel A. Haycock, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 

Va., May 3, 1863. 
Captain Sewell C. Gray, killed in action at Fredericksburg. 

Va., May 3, 1863. 
Captain John H. Ballenger, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 

Va.. May 3, 1863. 
Captain Ralph W. Young, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 

Va., May 3, 1863. 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



Chaplain. 

Moses J. Keiley 14 Aug. , 62 

The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to -whom 
medals of honor have Veen awarded 
by the Secretary of War : 

Sergeant Otis O. Roberts. 



Captain Thomas P. R'oa-h, May 28, 1863, of wounds received 
at Fredericksburg, Va. 

Captain Rnel W. Furlong, killed in action at Rappahannock 
Station, Va., November 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. John D. McFarland, Adft, August 12, 1862, of 
disease. 

First Lieut. Lyman H. Wilkins, killed in action at Rappa- 
hannock Station. Va.. November 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. James B. MeKinley, killed in action at Rappa- 
hannock Station, Va.. November 7. 1863. 

First Lieut. Henry H. Wane. November 13. 1863, of wounds 
received in action at Rappahannock Station, Va. 

First Lieut. Lindolff W. Smith, killed in action at Spottsyl- 
vania. Va.. May 12, 1864. 

First Lieut. James M. Xorris, killed in action at Spottsylvania, 
Va.. May 12. 1864. 

Second Lieut. Isaac C. Campbell, killed in action at Spottsyl- 
vania, Va.. May 10. 1864. 

Surgeon Freeland S. Holmes, June 28, 1863, of disease. 

Transferred, (5.) 

Captain Edward William*, July 14, 1864, to 7th Maine voN 
Captain Charles T. Witherell, July 14, 1864, to 7th Maine 

vols. 
Captain Alexander B. Sumner, July 14, 1864, to 7th Maine 

vols. 
First Lieut. William H. Coan, Adft, July 14, 1864, to 1st 

Maine veteran vols. 
First Lieut. George P. Blanchard, July 14, 1864, to 7th Maine 

vol*. 



NOTE.— The ro6ter of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



23 



SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Augusta Me., August 21, 1861. to 
serve three years. On the expi- 
i a ion of term i '."service the original 
members (except veterans) were 
mustered our, ami the veterans and 
recruit* consolidated with the 5th 
and 6:h regimeuls to form the 1st 
veteran infantiy, September, 1664.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

(See 1st Maine veteran volunteers.) 

Colonel. 

Edwin C Mason, 33. I . .22 Aug., 61 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Thomas W.Hyde 1 Dec, 63 

• Major. 
James P. Jones 29 Dec., 63 



Casualties 



Resigned, (17.) 



Captains. 

Granville P. Cochrane... 25 Dec, 
Alexander B. Sumner... 3 June, 

Charles T. Witherell 15 Aug., 

Edward Williams 29 Dec., 

Albert A. Nickersou 15 Mar., 

Timothy Swan 15 Mar., 

George McGinley 15 .Mar., 

John C. Goldthwait 19 June, 

George H. Baker, a. tc. m. 



64 



First Lieutenants. 



9 Mar., 62 



William H. Larrabee... 
Charles B. Whittmore, 

R. Q. At 5 May, 

Eli H.Webber 1 Oct., 

Jordan P. Mitchell 6 Feb., 

Augustus Merrill 7 July, 

James A. Everett 5 Aug., 

Benjamin P. Bicknell 6 Aug., 

Waiter Fobs, a. to. m. 

Second Lieutenants* 

Charles Lowell 18 Sept. 

Joseph A. Grenier 23 Oct., 

Lemuel C. Small 28 Nov., 

Samuel S. Mann 22 Jan., 

John McLellan 1 May, 

Warren T. Ring 29 Apr., 

George B. Coney 29 Apr., 

Ira P. Wing. a. w. m. 
Jehu 15. V»"u.u, a. tc. m. 

Surgeon. 

Francib M. Everieth 13 Feb., 



64 



Captain Greenleaf K. Xorris. November 28, 1861. 
Ca, taiu William H. Cushman, December 18, 1861. 
Captain Hiram A. Datlo/i. December 31, 1661. 
Captain Charles II. Oilman. July 6. 1862. 
Captain Edward II. Caw, Angaat 7. ;- 
Captain Henry c. Snow, February 19, 1863. 
Firsr Lieut. Jam.- M. Andrews, December 1, 1861. 
First Lieut. Thorn,, January 21, 1862. 

First Lieut. Henry s. H. _,.,-. Jdft, March 6, 1?62. 
First Lieut. John H. Fon'g, August 5, 1862. 
First Lieut. Church E. Gates, March 28, J 664. 
Second Lieut. Simeon Walton, December 19, 1861. 
Second Lieut. L. Byron Crosby. June 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut Albert P. Titcomb, July 16, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Henry M. Folsoin. July 16, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William G. Hall, July 23, 1862. 
Surgeon Samuel B. Hunttr. February 13, 1663. 



Discharged, (9.) 

Captain Henrv Rolph, December 13, 1861. 
Captain George E. Morse, October 4, 1862. 
First Lieut Hovev Austin. December 24. 1861. 
First Lieut George B. Knight. May 17, 1862. 
First Lieut. Lyman M. Shvrcy. December 21, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles II. Ha.- y. February 11, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Hiram Church, November 23, 1663. 
Surgeon Thomas C. Baker, December 14, le61. 
Chaplain James A. Varney, July 13. 1862. 



Expiration of term of service, (5.) 

Captain John W. Channing, August 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. William Crosby. August 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. Franklin Glazier, August 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. Augustus F. Emory, August 20. 1864. 
First Lieut. John A. Bachelder, August 20, 1864. 



Promoted, (9.) 



Lieut. Colonel Seldon Conner. January 11, 1864, to Colonel 

19th Maine volunteers. 
Captain Charles D. Gilmore, August 29, 1862, to Major 20th 
Maine volunteers. 
-. Captain John B. Cook, Januarv 1, 1864, to Major 22d U. S. 
62 C T. 

Captain Stephen C. Fletcher. August 5, 1864, to Major 1st 
Maine veteran volunl 
bJ First Lieut. John K. Russell. R. Q. AL, May 6, 1862, to Captain 

and A. Q. M. 
04 First Lieut. Elijah D. Johnson, October 13, 1862, to Colonel 
21st Maine volunteers. 
First Lieut. Andrew M. Benson, February 15, 1664 ; to Captain 
1st Maine Cavalry. / 

: First Lieut. H. Warren Farrer, June 7, 1864, to Captain and 
A. D. C. 
—, Assistant Surgeon Ai Watterhouse, March 16, 1864, to Surgeon 
w t 43d U. S. C. T. 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgco?is. 



Chaplain. 
Collamore Purington 26 Aug., 62 



Died, (14.) 

Colonel Thomas H. Marshall, October 25, 1S61, of disease. 

Captain Henry P. Hill, killed in action May 12, 1864. 

Captain Joseph E. Walker, May 17, 1664, of wounds received 
at Spottsylvania C. H., Va. 

Captain Henry Warren, killed in action near Spotsylvania 
C. H, Va., May 18, 1864. 

First Lieut. Joseph G. Butler, killed in action at Fredericks- 
burg, Va., Mav 3, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Hasey. Adj't, May 14, 1864, of wounds 
received in battle of Spottsylvania. Va. 

First Lieut. Alvin S. Hall, May 17, 1864, of wounds received 
in action. 

First Lieut. Marcellus Vining, May 19, 1864. 

First Lieut. John E. Bailey, July 31, J 864, of wounds. 

First Lieut. George P. Blanchard, August 6, 1864, of wounds. 

Second Lieut. Ara C. Brooks, September 26, 1862, at Point 
Lookout, Md. 

Second Lieut. Harlan P. Brown, October 17, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Luther C. Farfitld, November 18, 1862. 

Second Lieut. William H. Hooper, May 17, 1864. 

Transferred, (1.) 

Captain John W. Frcose, February 17, 1864. to 1st Maine 
cavalry. 

Missing, (1.) 

First Lieut. William L. Haskell, since October, 1862. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of consolidation. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



25 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at An- 
gusta, Me., September 7, 1861, to 
*erve three years. On the expira- 
tion of its term of service the origi- 
nal members (except veter s) were 
mustered out, and the regiment, 
composed of veterans and recruits, 
is still in service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

William M. McArthur . . .13 Mar., 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edward A. True 13 Mar., 65 

Major. 



Captains. 

Edward H. Reynolds 3 Mav, M 

Ephraim W. Wiley 22 Dec, 

Wintield Smith 2 Jan., 65 

Horace Watts 20 Apr., 

First Lieutenants. 

George A. Baldwin 30 Oct., 64 

Edmund G. Murray 31 Oct., 

Pearl Ingalls 22 Dec., 

3Iajor Phinney 1 Jan., 65 

C. E. Marshall, R. Q. 3/. .16 Jan., 

Dexter Mitchell 16 Jan., 

Alonzo A.Brown 16 Jan., 

Horatio B. Sawyer 1 Apr., 

James H. Tunks 1 Apr., 

Spencer W. Young 29 Sept., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Joseph S. Chase 1 July, 64 

Noah B. Dunton 16 Jan., 65 

Leauder Kilbrith 17 Jan., 

Sylvan G. Shurtleff 29 Jan., 

Lewis A. Waterman 19 Mar., 

David L. Jew Btt 2 Apr., 

Michael Murphy 15 May, 

Surgeon. 

Henry C. Levensaler 21 Sept., 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Benjamin Williams 4 Aug. , 64 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (21.) 

Colonel Lee Strickland, December 13, 1861. 

Colonel Henry Boyuton, February 26, 1865. 

Lieut. Colonel John Hemingway, February 16. 1864. 

Captain Thomas Hutching*. December 27, 1861. 

Captain Austin S. Turnip. February 16, 1864. 

Captain Hiram N. Parker, August 9, 1865. 

First Lieut. James Dinghy, Adj't, December 31, 1861. 

First Lieut. Isaac H. McDonald, April 25, 1662. 

Fir.-t Lieut. Alonzo F. Kimball, Juno 18, 1862. 

First Lieut. Charles II. Robinson, July 3, 1862. 

First Lieut. Franklin K. Gray. October 21, 1862. 

Fir.-t Lieut. William Campbell, August 9, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Edwin B. Bates, December 13, 1861. 

Second Lieut. William II. Tiinberlake, December 31, 1861. 

Second Lieut. John E. Mcl/nla. May 20, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Rodney C. Barker, February 7, 1864. 

Lieut. Warren F. Thompson, February 25, - 
Surgeon Paul M. Fisher, July 23, 1868. 
Assistant Surgeon Jonathan S. Houghton, June 18, \ciJ2. 
Chaplain Henry C. Henries, October 22, 1861. 
Chaplain Hiram A. Philbrook, August 19, 1662. 

Discharged, (34.) 

I Colonel John D. Rust, August 19, 1864. 

Lieut. Colonel Ephraim IV. Woodman, May 6. 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Joseph F. Twitche.ll, April 18, 1863. 
| Captain John F. Millikeu. December 11, 1861. 

Captain John Conanf, December 30, 1- 

Captaiu Thomas S. Hutchings. May 9, 1^(j3. 

Captain Henry Brews, May 12, 1663. 

Captain John II. Roberts, January 12, 1864. 

Captain Charles C. Perry, October 19. 1664. 

Captain Joseph Small. October 31, 1664. 

Captain Albert R. Willis, May 18, 1865. 

Captain James II. H. Hewett, June 16. 1865. 

Captain Charles B. Knapp, June 16, 1865. 

Captain America Walton. July 2, 1665. 

Captain Alexander C. Drake, July 2, 1865. 

First Lieut. Augustus H. Strickland, R. Q. M, April 29, 1862. 

Pirsl Lieut Jokm F. MUliken, R. (i M., May 30, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles P. Lord, December 5, 1863. 

Fir^t Lieut. John McCowen, December 5, 1863. 

First Lieut. Eben H. Farnum, December 2, 1864. 

First Lieut. Stetson Sidlinger, R. Q. M., December 17, 1564. 

First Lieut. George W. Capers. July 22, 1865. 

First Lieut. John M. Mitchell, Adj't, August 9, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Isaac A. Phillips, May 21, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Horace Rolfe, May 23, 1862. 

Second Lieut. William P. Simonton, December 5, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Seth Dillingham, January 3, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Charles L. Eveleth. June 14, 1865. 

Surgeon Joseph D. Mitchell, April 18, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Horace C. White, May 29, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon In graham G. Richardson, June 29. 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon William R. Benson. January 4, lcG-3. 

Chaplain Charles Nason, July 1, 1863. 

Chaplain J. E. M. Wright, August 14, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (12./ 

Captain John E. Bryant, September 16, 1864. 
Captain Alonzo D. Millett, October 16, 1864. 
Captain Wilbur F. Lane, October 19, 1864. 
Captain William Smith, October 20, 1864. 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



First Lieut. Lore Alford, October 14, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frederic Wood, October 14. 1864. 
First Lieut. John L. Taylor, October 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. Emerson G. Guptill, October 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. Luther B. Rogers, October 21, 1864. 
First Lieut. Samuel Gould, jr., October 25, 1864. 
First Lieut. James S. Burke, October 29, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Luther C. Abbott, December 14, 1864. 

Promoted, (2.) 

First Lieut. John M. Adams, May 20, 1863, to Captain 34th U. 

S. C. T. 
Second Lieut. George Dolly, November 25, 1862, to Captain 

33d U. S. C. T. 

Dismissed, (1.) 
Second Lieut. James H. Brown, August 29, 1662. 
Died, (7.) 

Captain Henry E. Tozier, killed in action at Spring Hill, Va., 

December 10, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles E. Howard, at Tybee Island, S. C. May 

21. 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles F. Monroe, at Coal Harbor, Va., June 6 

1864. 
Second Lieut. John R. Sprague, of disease, July 15, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Loren zo Warren, October 9, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Thomas A. Kilgor, at Hilton Head, S. C, May 

13, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John Stevens, June 29, 1864, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Albert F. Kyes, at Fortress Monroe hospital, 

November 16, 1864. 

Transferred, (1.) 
Captain Augustus A. Hoyt, March 3, 1863, to 34th U. S. C. T. 



NOTE. — This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear upon this 
register, its roster is made up to August 31, 1865. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



27 



NINTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, September 22, 1861, 
to serve three years. The original 
members (except veterans) were 
mustered out of service September 
27, 1864, aud the regiment, com- 
posed of veterans and recruits, re- 
tained in service uutd July 13, 1865, 
when it was mustered out, In ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 

G. Fred. Granger 9 Oct., 64 

{Brevet Brig. Gen. 12 June, 65.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Noble 15 Nov., G4 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (22.) 

Colonel Horatio Bisbce. March 19, 1863. 
Colonel Rishworth Kich. May 27, 1863. 
Colonel Sabine Emery. May "23, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel Colman Harding, January 8, 1862. 
Lieut. Colonel ZimiH. Robinson, August 16, 1864. 
Captain George W. Cuininings. October 18, 1861. 
Captain Thomas E. Wcnticorth, December 24, 1861. 
Captain Edward W. Wedgewood. December 24, 1861. 
Captain Enoch II. llines, December 24, 1861. 
Captain Washington J. Chase, March 19, 1863. 
First Lieut. William J. Randall, October 18. 1861. 
First Lieut. Wiuthrop II. Hull. June 13, 1862. 
First Lieut. Benjamin F. Heald, September 19, 1862. 
First Lieut. Fred. A. Emery, October 27, 1862. 
First Lieut. James C. M. Furbcsh, Adj't, April 25, 1863. 
First Lieut. Bradley Smith. November 28, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry A. Gray. May 29, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Josiah N. Coffin, May 16, 1863. 
Surgeon Joel Ricliardson. December 19, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Lake Hill, October 24, it'63. 
Chaplain Temple Cutter, July 25, 1862. 
Chaplain Silas F. Strout, January 13, 1864. 



Major. 
George B.Dyer 14 Oct., 64 



Captains. 

Josiah C. Beal 25 Mar., C4 

Levi P. McKenney 18 Oct., 

8.C.P. Smith 30 Oct, 

George S. Coibath 30 Oct., 

Charles P. Weekes 2 Nov., 

William A. Granger 18 Dec, 

George W. Brown 11 Jan., 65 

Benjamin J. Hill 11 Jan.. 

Benjamin F. Whitten . . .12 May, 
Samuel S. Mann, a. tc. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Volney A. Gray 3 Nov. 

'Dnetin P. Dorejy 11 Jan., 

William A. Babcock 11 Jan., 

H. H.Wadsworth, Adj't. .11 Jan., 

Aaron H. Chase 15 Jan., 

Willis H. Butler 13 May, 

George H. Roberts, a. tc. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 

George R. Cony 28 Apr. 

William F. Denning 1 Nov. 

Fernando R. Taylor i Nov. 

Augustus G. Taft 2 Nov. 

Charles L.F.Howe 11 Jan., 

Martin W. Frederick 11 Jan.. 

Alzo Ingalls 29 Jan. . 

George S. Dailey 13 Mar. 



DiscJiarged, (14.) 

Captain Thomas L. Reed, February 3. 1862. 
Captain William F. Baker. March 29, 1863. 
Captain Jonathan P. C. Fall. May 2, 1863. 
Captain Alfred T. Robinson, February 2, 1864. 
Captain Sylvester B. Troy, September 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry Sewal'l, February 2, 1862. 
First Lieut. Samuel R. Barclay. September 12, 1864. 
First Lieut. William L. Hughes, September 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. Joshua G. Ross, September 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. James E. Shepard, Adj't, January 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. Elton W Ware. March 1, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Lyman EL Bixby, May 3, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Alfred Mitchell, September 22, 1864. 
Chaplain Horace Perkins, December 15, 1864. 



Expiration of term of service, (5.) 



Captain Ansel G. Marston, September 22, 1864. 

64 Captain Charles A. Brooks, September 22, 1864. 

65 First Lieut. John L. Emerson. September 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. John H. Lowell, R. Q. M., September 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. George H. Mower, November 11, 1864. 



Promoted, (2.) 

Captain Edward F. Wyman, April 20, 1864, to Captain and 

C S 
First Lieut. John S. Hay, R. Q. M., March 28, 1865, to Captain 
64 and A. Q. M. 



Go 



Dismissed, (6.) 

: Captain Elisha S. Bisbee, April 2, 1863. 
First Lieut, diaries O. Brown, November 20, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John A. Kclley, March 14, 1863. 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



William R. Anderson 14 Apr.. 65 

E. H Bryant 16 May, 

Samuel A. Doten, a. w. m. 



Surgeon. 
Delon H. Abbott .14 June, 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Otis P. Rico 15 Jan. 



C5 



Chaplain. 



Second Lieut James S. Graham. June 2. 1863. 
Secoud Lieut. EruMus K. Shaw, July 7. 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Cyrus D. Tuck, September 25. 1862. 

Died, (13.) 

Captain John Blahe, November 9. 1862. 
Captain Chester B. Shaw, killed in action, July 18. 1863. 
Captain Scoliy D. Baker, killed in action, September 8, 1863. 
Captain Lewis Cross, jr., Juno 17, 1664, of wouuds received 

at Coal Harbor. Va. 
Captain William A. Barrows, killed in action at Deep Bottom, 

Va.. August 16. 1864. 
Captain Robert J. Cray, killed in action at Fort Gilmer, Va., 

September 29, 1864. 
Captain Billings Bra^tow, killed in action at Fort Gilmer, Va., 

September i,"9, 1664. 
First Lieut. Amaziah N. Goodwin, July 29, 1863, of wound* 

received in action. 
First Lieut. James L. Thompson, Juno 19, 1864. of wounds 

received at Coal Harbor, Va. 
Secoud Lieut John H. Andrews, February 17, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Edwin T. Clifford, killed before Petersburg, Va., 

July 30. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Wm. A. Campbell, August 18, 1664, of wounds 

received at Deep Bottom, Va. 
Surgeon Ald<>n D. Palmer, March 20, 1865, at Wilmington, 

N. C, of typhoid fever. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before the 31st of August. 1665. 
NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



29 



TENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Cape 
Elizabeth, Me., in Octoner. 1661, to 
two and three j-^ars. The 
two-years nun were mustered out 
of service May 7 and 8, 1863. aud 
the remaining men consolidated into 
a battalion, which was transferred 
to the 29th Maine vols. Nov, 1, '63.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
tili* regiment bore an honorable 
purl i» not yet published in orders.) 

Colo nel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Major. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (11.) 

Major Charles Walker. January 26, 1863. 

Captain Albert II. Estes, January 16. 1862. 

Captain Cyrus Latham. March 28 

First Lieut. William S. Dodge, R. Q. AT.. September 12, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Phineai W Dill, January 10, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Benjamin M. Bradbury, June 26, 1662. 

Second Lieut. John T. Simpson, July 10, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Abel G. Rankin, April 4, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Chandler Libbcy, Julv 17, 1863. 

rn Daniel O. Perry, October 21, 1883. * 

Assistant Surgeon James Sawyer, January 30, 1863. 

Discharged, (4.) 

Captain James M. Black, October 25, 1862. 
First Lieut. Ephrahn M. Littlefield, May 26. 1862. 
First Lieut John F. Withered, June 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Reuben Alexander, December 6, 1862. 



Captains. 

John Q.Adams 26 Oct., 61 

John D. Beardsley 15 Oct., 62 



Expiration of term of service, 



First Lieutenants. 

Edwin W. Fowler 1 July, C2 

Charles F. King 5 Jan., 63 

Second Lieutenants. 
Charles E. Pierce 15 Oct, 61 

Surgeon. 



Assistant Surgeons. 
Horatio N. Howard 5 Sept., 62 



Chaplain. 



Colonel George L. Real. May 8, 1863. 

Lieut. Colonel James 8. FiUobrown, May 8, 1863. 

Major Charles S. Emmerson, May 8, 1863. 

Captain Alfred L. Turner, May 7, 1863. 

Captain Hebron Mayhew, May 7, 1863. 

Captain William Knowlton, May 7, 1863. 

Captain George II. Nye. May 7," 1663. 

Captain William P. Jordan, May 8, 1863. 

Captain Herbert R. Sargeant, May 8, 1863. 

Captain Jonathan Blake, May 8, 1663. 

Captain Elijah MShaw, May 8, 1663. 

First Lieut. Benjamin F. Whitney, May 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. Edward 8. Butler. May 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. Fayette Bicka.U, May 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. Albert II. Johuson, May 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles Thompson, R. Q. AT, May 8, 1863. 

First Lieut. Benjamin M. RedloB, May 8, 1863. 

First Lieut. Granville Blake, May 8, 1663. 

First Lieut. John M. Gould, May 8, 1863. 

First Lieut. William W. Whitmanh, May 8, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Marcus de Lauo, May 7, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Charles H. Haskell, May 7. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Albert E. Kingsley, May 7, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Charles C. Graham, May 7. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Horace Wright, May 8, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Henry F. Smith. May 8, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Henry K. Millett, May 8. 1863. 

Surgeon Josiah F. Day, jr.. May 6. 1863. 

Chaplain George Knox, May 8, 1863. 



Promoted, (2.) 

Captain Henry Ru*t, jr., October 14, 1861. to Lieut. Colonel 

13th Maine vols. 
Captain George W. West, August 18, 1862, to Major 17th 

Maine vols. 



Dismissed, (1.) 
First Lieut. Henry AC Binney, December 31, 1862. 



30 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



Died, (8.) 

Captain A. C. C. Clondman, killed at battle of Cedar Moun- 
tain. August 9. 1862. 

Captain Neheiniah T. Furbish, killed at battle of Antietam, 
September 17, 1862; 

Fi)>t Lieut. James C. Folsom, killed in action at Cedar Moun- 
tain, August <». 1868. 

First Lieut. George W. True, September 20, 1862, of wounds 
received at battle of Antietam. 

Second Lieut. Albert W. Freeman. August 25, 1862. from 
wounds received at Cedar M 'iintain. 

Second Lieut. William Wade, killed in action at battle of An- 
tietam, September 17, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Charles H. Callcy, September 20, 1862, of 
wounds received at Cedar Mountain. 

Second Lieut. Joseph R. Parley, December 18, 1862, at Port- 
land, Maine. 



Transferred, (1.) 

First Lieut. Charles W. Roberts, August 5, 1862, to 17th 
Maine vols, as Adj't. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of transfer. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



31 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Me., in November, 1861, to 
in. On the expira- 
rlee the origi- 
nal members(e.\ were 
- .mization, 
I of veteran* and recruits, 

(The official list of battle* in which 

- regiment bore an honorable 

ib.i-hed in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Jonathan A Hill 16 Apr., 65 

{Brevet Brig. Gen. 9 April, 1865.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles P. Baldwin 1 May, 65 

Major. 

Henry C. Adams 1 May, 65 

Captain 8. 

Charles Sellmer 17 July, 64 

{Brevet Major April 2, ' - 

Grafton Norris 18 Dec, 64 

v Small 18 Dec, 

Maxfleld 18 Dec, 

Ell ry D. Perkins 16 Apr., 65 

- Clark 1 May, 

• 14 May, 

William H. II. Frv- .... 1 JulV, 

(Bnvet Captain 13 March, 1865.) 
George 8. Scammon, a. k. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Wm. H. H. Andrews, R. 

Q. M. 1 Mar., 64 

Joseph H. Bowler 31 Dec, 

Robert H. Scott 31 Dec, 

Rcbert Brady, jr 1 Feb., 65 

Ntlson H. Norris 16 Apr., 

Jndson L. Young 1 Mav, 

Charles H. Scott 1 Mav, 

George W. Haskell 1 Jul'y, 

Sanford Hanscom. Adj't, a. v>. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 



George Payne 31 Dec, 

W. Campbell 17 Apr., 

Clarence C. Frost 17 Apr., 

Philip II. Andrews 17 Apr., 

Joseph (). Smith 4 May, 

Joeiah P. Keene 7 May, 

Charles O. Lamsen, a. k. m. 
Monroe Daggett, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (29.) 

Lieut. Colonel William M. Skmm, September 16. 1- 
Lienl Colonel Robert F. Camp'- 1863. 

i Captain Woodbury G. Penned. May 11, 1662. 

:i Leonard 8 Harrey June 29 
I Captain Royal T. S 
' Captam George W. - 

Captain John D. Stanwooct. January lit. 1863. 
' Captain Augustus P Davis March 7. 1863. 
Captain Randall Li I 1863. 

I.ieut. Charles E. IllsJev. May B, 1862. 
First Lieut. John M. Deal. May 28, 1662. 

ii T. Smith, Angnit 12, 1862. 
!.i. tit. Harrison 11 

Benjamin I eember 10, IE 

• Lieut. Thoi. i, June 30, 1863. 

First Lieut. John Ham, R. <l M . January SI 

D A. Alvord, Angnsl 15, 1861. 
First Lient Prederiek T. Mason, Ju 

1 Lieut. I.au-son 8. Ireland. July 22. it 
I Lieut. Charles A. Fuller. Aagnet 7, - 
1 Lieut. William P 
I Lieut. William P. Mndg 

Lient Robert Brady, March 14. 1863. 
Lient Alfred O. Brown, July 9 

.Johnson, July 13, 1863. 
D Q. A. Wilbur. May 7. If 
Chaplain Caleb H. EUii, September 3, 1862. 
Chaplain James Wells, October 15, 1864 

Discharged, (17.) 

Colonel Harris M. Hailted, March 25, 1865. (Brevet Briga- 
meral February 21, 1865.) 

Captain John camber 8$, 1861. 

Captain Samnel & Straw. March 18, 1662. 

Captain William H. Kimball. May 17, 1862. 

Captain Sathanicl W. Cole, August 29, 1862. 

Captain Francis W. WlsweU, October 19, 1864. 

Captain All. tt. Mav 15, 1865. 

e 18, 1865. 
'<> First Lieut. Charles J. Pennell. Adj't. May 31. 1862. 

Fir-t Lieut. George Williams. January 24, 1864. 

First Lieut. Peter Bunker. June 1. !- 
| First Lieut. Archibald Clark, July 10. 
I Second Lieut. John S. Dodge, March 18, 1862. 
I Second Lieut. James II. Albee. April 25, 1862. 
| Second Lieut. Grorqe H. Stratton. May 11, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Charles E. Poor, June 29, 1864. 

Surgeon Albert S. Clark, January 2, 1862. 

Expiration of term of service, (12.) 

Captain Samuel G. Sewall, October 31, 1864. 
Captain Edgar A. Nickels. November 7, ie64. 
Captain Simeon H. Merrill, November 7. 1864. 
Captain Melville M. Folsom, November 18, 1864. 
Captain Lemuel E. Neweomb. November 18, 1864. 
Fir*t Lieut. Henry O. Fox, Adj't. October 31. 1864. 
First Lieut. Stephen B. Foster, November 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Benjamin F. Dunbar, November 18, 1864. 
First Li- ut. Charles H. Foster, November 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George B. Weymouth, November 7, 1864. 
Second Lieut. James M. Thompson, November 18, 1864. 
Surgeon Nathan F. Blunt, June 12, 1865. 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeons. 

Richard L. Cook 4 Dec, 62 

Woodman W. Royal 26 Mar., 64 



Chaplain. 



Promoted, (2.) 

iColoncl John C. Caldwell, April 28, 1862, to Brigadier Gene- 
ral U. S. vols. 

First Lieut. Sylvanus B. Bean, November 26, 1862. to Cap- 
tain and A. Q. M. U. S. vols. 

Dismissed. (1.) 

Second Lieut. James 'Whitney, August 15, 18C2. 

Died, (10 ) 

Lieut. Colonel Window P Spofford, June 17, 1864, at Chesa- 
peake hospital. Va.. of wounds. 

Captain Luther Lawrence. September 3, 1864. of wounds. 

Captain Francis. W. Sabine. September 17, 1864, of wounds. 

First Lieut. Ivory J. Robinson, R. Q M., June 6. 1862. 

First Lieut. William H. H. Rice. Julv 6, 1862. 

First Lieut. Leonard Butler, April 14, 1863, at Beaufort. S. C, 
of disease. 

First Lieut. William Branuan, May 13, 1864, of wounds. 

Second Lieut. William West, killed in action at Seven Pines, 
Va., May 31, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Jerome B. Ireland, April 11. 1865. of wounds. 

Assistant Surgeon John T. Bates, on board U. S. transport 
Cahawba, 11 April, 1863, at Port Royal, S. C. 
» 

Missing, (1.) 
Assistant Surgeon William C. Gordon, since February, 1862. 



NOTE 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

Note 2. — This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear upon this 
register, its roster is made up to August 31. 1865. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



33 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Cape 
Elizabeth, Me., November 16, 1861, 
to serve three years. The original 
members (except veterans) were 
masteredout December 7, 1864. and 
the veterans and recruits consoli- 
dated into a battalion of lour com- 
panies and retained in service. Six 
new companies were organized at 
Portland, Me., in February and 
March, 1865, to serve one, two, and 
three years, and assigned to this 
organization, which is still in 
service.) 

The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this regiment 
bore an honorable part yet pub- 
lished in orders : 

"IRISH BEND," "PORT HUDSON." 



Casualties. 



Colonel. 

William R. KimbaH 10 Apr., 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edwin Ilsley, a. ic. m. 

Major. 

Gideon A. Hastings 10 Apr., 

Captains. 

Elisha F. Goddard 6 Sept., 

Chris. C. Richardson 19 Dec, 

Edward Pilobury 19 Dec, 

Edward If. Robinson, a. w. m. 
John Montgomery, a. ic. m. 
Edward W. Thompson, a. ic. m. 
Henry L. Wood, a. ic. m. 
James M. Thompson, a. ic. m. 
Horace N. Bolster, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Joseph W. Thompson... 14 Aug., 

Eben H. Sturgis 19 Dec. , 

Samuel Rounds 19 Dec, 

L. J. Drake 27 Feb., 

William C. Brooks 27 Mar. , 

Robert B. Kendall, Ailjt. 10 Apr., 
A. B. Godwin, R. Q. M., 10 Apr., 

Joseph W. Doughty 10 Apr., 

David B. Chesley 22 June, 

David S. Harriman, a. ic. m. 
Richard Bradley, a. ic. m. 
Joseph F. Kendall, a. ic. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Alfred D. Morse 19 Dec, 

Noah W. Jordan 19 Dec, 

George E. Andrews 19 Dec, 

Sylve^er F. Jordan, a ic. m. 
11. D. Bryant, a. ic. m. 

3 a 



65 



65 



G4 



ied, (20.) 

Major David R. Hastings, July 16, 1862. 

Captain George H. Chadwell, April 12, 1862. 
I Captain Horace Eastman. December 12, 1862. 

Captain Enoch Knight, August 11, 1863. 
' Captain Moses M. Robinson, August 5, 1864. 

Captain John W. Dana, July 25, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles F. Little, March 12, 1862. 

First Lieut. Horace N. Jose, R. Q. M., May 1, 1662. 

Fir>t Lieut. Eldridge G. Bolton, August 26. 1862. 

First Lieut. Horatio Hight, January 10, 1863. 

First Lieut. William HrBearce, December 12, 1863. 

First Lieut. Alfred R. Straw, January 16, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles I). Webb. R. Q. M., May 1. 1864. 

First Lieut. AVilliam B. Skillan, July 4, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Abram B. Coombs, May 1, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Edward H. B. Wilson, June 19, 1862. 

Surgeon James H. Thompson. November 4, 1863. 

taut Surgeon William T. Black. August 11. 1862. 

Chaplain Joseph Colby, January 11, 1863. 

Chaplain Horace S. Bray, October 13, 1863. 

Discharged, (5.) 

Captain George Washburn, June 12, 1862. 

Captain Charles C. G. Thornton, October 31, 1864. 

First Lieut. Peter G. Knapp, March 3, 1865. 

First Lieut. David B. Chesley, March 8, 1665. (Recommis- 

sioned First Lieut. June 22, 1665.) 
Second Lieut. Gustavus Smith, April 29, 1865. 



Expiration of term of service, (18.) 



(Recommia- 



Colonel William R. Kimball, December 7, 1864. 

sioned Colonel April 10, 1865.) 
Major Gideon A. Hastings, December 7, 1864. (Recommia- 

Bioned Major April 10, 1865.) 
Captain Stephen B. Packard, December 7, 18G4.» 
Captain Elisha Winter, December 7, 1864. 
Captain Hamilton L. Lowell, December 7. 1864. 
Captain Seth C. Farrington, December 7, 1864. 
Captain James L. Cleaves, December 7. 1864. 
First Lieut. La Grange Leveraux, Adj't, December 7, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles H. Buswell, R. Q. M., December 7, 1664. 
First Lieut. 5. Bolivar Wiggin, December 7, 1864. 
First Lieut. Marcellus L. Stearns, December 7, 1864. 
First Lieut. James E. Ayer,. December 7, 1864. 
First Lieut. Caleb Kimball, December 7, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Timothy M. Bean, December 7, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Freeman H. Chase, December 7, 1864. 
■nd Lieut. Royal A. Bray, December 7, 1864. 
°' J Surgeon Eldridge A. Thompson, December 7, 1864. 
j Cht plain William Brown, December 7, 1864. 

Promoted, (5.) 

Colonel George F. Shepley, July 17, 1862, co Brigadier Gen- 
eral of vols. 

Captain John F. Appleton, June 25, 1863, to Colonel 81st U. 

| S. C. T. 

First Lieut. Stephen M. Eaton, March 3, 1863, to Captain ia 
Signal Corps. 

First Lieut William W. Deane, Adj't, February 27, 1864, to 
Captain and A. A. G. 

First Lieut. George Webster, March 30, 1864, to Major 77th U. 
S. C. T. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



Kendall Pollard, a. w. m. 
William H. Larrabce, a. w. m. 
Horace Wilson, a. w. m. 
Jacob A. Field, a. w. in. 

Surgeon. 

George Collins 6 May, 65 

Assistant Surgeon, 

William C. Towle 30 Nov. , 63 

Chaplain. 



Died, (5.) 

Captain Abbott Coan, May 16, 1863, at Brashear City, La. 
Captain Daniel M. Phillips, killed in action at Winchester, Va. 

September 19, 1864. ' 

Captain Samuel F. Thompson, killed in action at Winchester, 

Va., September 19, 1664. 
First Lieut. Henry D. Watson, killed in action at Cedar 

Creek, Va., October 19, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William H. Brovm, September 6, 1863, at 

Thibodeaux, La. 

Dismissed, (1.) 
Captain Menzias R. Fessenden, April 4, 1862. 



Note. — This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its roster is made up to the 31st of August, 1865. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



35 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Me., December 13, 1861, to 
serve three years. The original 
members (except veterans) were 
mustered out of service January <>, 
ml the veteran* and recruits 
transferred to the 30th Maine vol- 
unteer.-.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Henry Rust, jr 3 July, 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Frank S. Hasseltine £S Apr., 63 

Major. 

Abernethy Grover 4 July, 62 

Captains. 

William B. Sncll 23 Nov.. 61 

Augustine W. Clough... 3 Jul; 

Isaiah Kendall ! I 

Almon L. Yarney 82 NOT., 

Amos G. Goodwin 25 Nov., 

John S. P. Ham 26 Mar., 64 

Reuben T. Jordan 27 Mar., 

John D. Felton 18 Apr., 

William H. II. Walker.. 4 Oct., 

First Lieutenants. 

Aaron Ring. R. Q. AT... 9 Julv, 62 
Edw'd II. Wilson, Adjt. 1 Sept., 

William E. Simmons 1 Nov., 

James II. Witherell 22 Nov., 

Ellis T. Hinds 9 Sept., 63 

Augustus C. Myrick 26 Mar., 64 

William P. Freeman 27 Mar., 

William W. Jones, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Ora Pearson 1 Nov., 62 

Daniel S. Jones 22 Nov.. 

Rollins H. Swett, a.w.nu 

Surgeon. 

James M. Bates 23 Nov. , 61 

Assistant Surgeon. 

James R. Files 29 Dec, 62 

Chaplain. 

William W. Hay ward ..26 Sept., 64 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (10.) 

Captain William A. Brainerd, June 7, 
Captain Isaac F. Quinby. Augi:- 

u Charles A. Bates, August 25, 1862. 
First Lieut. Waldo A. Blossom, April 12, 1862. 
First Lieut. Freeman II. Whiting, Mav 20. - 
First Lieut. William T. Smith, February 13. 1S64. 
First Lieut. Enoch Foster, jr., March 11, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William ('. Coining, Mav 23, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William II. Sargent, April 4, 1864. 
Chaplain Henry D. Moore, March 1, 10 

Discharged, (10.) 

Captain Joshua L. Sawyer, August 18, 1862. 
Captain Stillman C. Arr/ur, August 18. 1862. 
Captain Alfred B. Buck, August 16. 1863. 
Captain William II. Swan, March 7. LG 

i Fred. A. Stevens, October 4, 1864. 

Lieut Edward P. Lering, August 15, 1863. 

Lient Morrill P. Smith. Ju: 
Second Lieut. Joseph B. Corson, July 2, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Royal B. Proctor, September 20, 1864. 
Chaplain Charles' E. Blake, August 18, 1863. 

Promoted, (A.) 

Colonel Neal Dow, April 28, 1862, to Brigadier General 
United 

First Lieut. Frederick Speed, Adft, August 22, 1862, to Cap- 
tain and A. A. G. of vols. 

First Lieut. Melville C. Linscott, September 22, 1863, to Cap- 
tain 91st U. S. C. T. 

- I h C. Gordon, October 22, 1863, to Sur- 
geon 1st Louisiana infantry. 

Died, (4.) 

Captain Charles R. March, killed in action January 21, 1864. 
First Lieut. David S. Stinson, R. Q. M., at New Orleans, La., 

July 7, L362. 
Second Lieut. John H. Sherburne, drowned October 7, 1862. 
Chaplain Josiah KeeJy, of disease, June 24, 1864. 

Transferred, (3.) 

Captain George E. Moulton, December 30, 1864, to 30th Maine 

vols. 
First Lieut. Robbins B. Grover, December 30, 1864, to 30th 

Maine vols. 
First Lieut. Simon S. Andrews, December 30. 1864. to 30th 

Maine vols. 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



3t> 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Me., from Dec. 3, 1861, to 
Dec. 17, 1861, to serve three years. 
The original members (except vet- 
erans) were mustered out of service 
January 13, 1865, and the veterans 
and recruits consolidated into a bat- 
talion of 4 companies. Six Maine 
unassigned companies (one year's) 
were assigned to this organization 
in .April, 1865, and the entire regi- 
ment mustered out of service Au- 
gust 28, 1865, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this regiment 
bore an honorable part yet pub- 
lished in orders ■ 



"BATON ROUGE," "PORT HUDSON." 

Colonel. 
Albion K. Bolan 10 Apr., 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

John K. Laing 10 Apr., 65 

Majors. 
Joseph M. Wi8well 10 Apr., 65 



Captains. 

John O. W. Paine 24 Feb., 65 

James N. Fowler 2 Mar. , 

John J. Quimby 1 Apr., 

Warren T. Crowell 1 Apr., 

Robert A. Logan 20 June, 

Joseph Rounds 21 June, 

Frederick S. Barnard, a. w. m. 
Joseph H. Freeman, a. w. m. 
Albert L. Spencer, a. id. m. 
James W. Libby, a. to. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Adolphus J. Chapman, 

Adj't 24 Feb., 65 

William C. Townsend. ..27 Mar., 

Henry O. Willey 20 Mar. , 

Robt.W.Gilmore.RQ.iV.lO Apr., 

Edwin L. Clark 10 Apr., 

Pethuel Mason 14 June, 

William W. Gray 20 June, 

Gordon G. Carville 27 July, 

Henry G. Balkam, a. w. m. 
Americus D. Harlow, a. w. m. 
John M. Underwood, a. ic. m. 



Casualties. 



designed, (23.) 

Lieut. Colonel Elias Milliken, June 2, 1862. 

Captain Horace Blackman, April 10, 1862. 

Captain Nathaniel Sawyer, April 10, 1 862. 

Captain Edward S. Morris, May 1. 1862. 

Captain Lewis Chase, June 6, 1862. 

Captain James B. Hill, December 3, 1862. 

Captain William D. Chase, December 18, 1862. 

Captain George Scott, December 25, 1862. 

Captain Winslow Roberts, May 27, 1864. 

First Lieut. Thomas W. Porter, April 10 

First Lieut. Amander Rackliff, April 10. 

First Lieut. Daniel Lathrop, June 13, 1862. 

First Lieut. Amos F. Noyes, June 14, 1862. 

First Lieut. Joseph H. Spencer, September 28, 1862. 

First Lieut. George Webster, January 8. 1863. 

First Lieut. J. O. W. Paine, March 26, 18G3. (Recoinmissiouc-d 

as Captain February 24, 1865.) 
Second Lieut. John Hosley. January 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles Smith, April 10, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin F. Stevens, January 8, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin F. Harriman, February 4, 1864. 
Surgeon Enoch Adams, May 9, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon William W. Wcscott, June 1, 1862. 
Chaplain George W BarUctt, February 1, 1863. 

Discharged, (12.) 

Captain George Blodget, July 15, 1863. 
Captain Orlando W. Trask, November 6, 1863. 
Captain George H. Cheney, February 3, 1864. 
Captain Charles Barnard, August 19," 1 - 
Captain Richard W. Mullen, August 19, 1864. 
Captain A. F. F. Hall, August 19, 1864. 
Captain George W. Worster, January 23, 1865. 
First Lieut. Isaac W. Reed, June 12. 1862. 
First Lieut. Timothy H. Hubbard, June 14, 1 
Second Lieut. Henri/ W. Robinson, Julvl", i- 
Second Lieut. William H. Taber, August 10. 
Second Lieut. Merrill H. Adams, March 3, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (18.) 

Colonel Thomas W. Porter, January 13, 1865. . 

Major Albion K. Bolan, January 13, 1865. (Recommissionod 

March 30, 1865.) 
Captain Joseph M. Wiswell, January 13, 1865. (Rccommis- 

sioned as First Lieut. February 28, 1865.) 
Captain /. Frank Hobbs, January 13, 1865. 
Captain Ira B. Gardner, January 13, 1865. 
Captain Edward A. Skinner, January 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. Joseph D. Wood, January 13, 1863. 
First Lieut. Malcolm W. Long, January 13, i - 
First Lieut. Chapman N. Reed, January 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. Simon H. Boyd, January 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. Barker B. Glidden, January 13, 18G5. 
First Lieut. William H. Gardner, January 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. JJ'arrai L. Dolloff, Adj't, January 15, 18 
Second Lieut. C. Pembroke Carter, January 13. 1865. 
Second Lient. Charles E. Blackwell, January 13, 1865. 
Surgeon Elisha Hopkins, January 13, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Simeon A. Evans, January 13, 1865. 
Chaplain Alvan J. Bates, January 13, 1865. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



37 



Second Lieutenants. 




Promoted, (4.) 


Joseph W. Grant 27 Mar., 


65 


Colonel Frank S. Nickcrson, November 29, 1862, to Brigadier 


Lewis J. Morton 27 Mar., 




General. 


John E. Kelley 27 Mar., 




First Lieut. J. EL Metcalf, Adft, October 2:3, 1863, to Captain 


Rums Roberts 11 Apr., 




and A. A. G. 


Henry T. Whitaker, a. w. m. 




First Lieut. John II. Croiccll, R. Q. M., August 4, 1864, to 


Wilson Crosby, a. tc. m. 




Captain and A. Q. M. 


Henry C. Preble, a. w. m. 




Second Lieut. A. II. Kccnc, August 11, 1863, to Captain 83d 
U. S. C. T. 


Surgeon. 




Died, (7.) 


Jewle P. Sweat 10 Apr., 


65 


Lieut. Colonel Charles S. P.iekmore, killed in action at Cedar 


Assistant Surgeons. 




Creek, Va., October 19, 1864. 
Captain Joseph P. French, drowned while en route for hospital 


Teter Costelloe 1 June, 


63 


at New Orleans, August 7. 1862. 






First Lieut. John C. Fulton, June 11, 1863, of wounds received 






in action at Port Hudson. 






First Lieut. Charles L. Stevens, July 24, 1863, of wounds 






received in action at Port Hudson. 


Chaplain. 




First Lieut. "William Jackman, killed inaction at Winchester, 

& ptember 1!' 
First Lieut. Aj;ilon Godwin, September 22, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 
Second Lieut. Augustus T. Scribner, February 25, 1863, of 

disc;. 



NOTE.*— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



38 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(Thi9 regiment was organized at 
Augusta, Maine, from the 6th to 
the 31st of December, 1861, to serve 
three years. On the expiration of 
its term the original members (ex- 
cept veterans) were mustered out. 
The organization, composed of vet- 
erans and recruits, is still in ser- 
vice.) 

"FORTESPERANDA, TEXAS," "PLEAS- 
ANT HILL, LA.," "SABINE CROSS- 
ROADS, LA.," "CANE RIVER CROSS- 
ING, LA." 

Colonel. 
Isaac Dyer 26 Aug., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Benjamin B. Murray 9 Oct., 62 

Major. 



Captains.. 

John It. Coates 20 Mar., 65 

Henry A. Sharey 21 Mar., 

Lester Dwinell 21 Mar., 

Cyrus E. Knight 1 May, 

Joseph A. Clark 9 May, 

Francis O. S. Howe 9 May, 

James Walker 9 May, 

Alonzo Coan 9 May, 

John E. Callaghan 10 May, 

Michael Boyce 11 May, 

First Lieutenants. 

William H. Boyce 7 Oct., 62 

Whitman L. Orcutt 19 Mar., 65 

Charles E. Graves 1 May, 

Henry S. Rich 1 May, 

Edwin A. Low 1 May, 

James Hideout 8 May, 

William H. Carr 16 May, 

Samuel Wilson 1 July, 

Second Licutcna?its. 

Elias A. Berry 21 July, 63 

Joseph E. Latham 1 May, 65 

James II. Lord ] May, 

John Fitzgerald 1 May, 

George A. P. Bryant 1 May, 

James N. Martin 8 May, 

Benjamin F. Owen 9 Hay, 

Merrill B. Hauning 9 May, 

Peter F. McCann 16 May, 

Surgeon. 
George Z. Higgins 20 Mar. , 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Arthur A. Holmes 2 May, 65 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (12.) 

Colonel John McCluskey, August 25, 1862. 
Major Benjamin Hawes. September 9, 1862. 
Captain Seth II. Leonard. January 21. 1863. 
Captain Daniel M. Prcscott. July 5, 1863. 
First Lieut. Samuel D. Leavitt, June 21, 1862. 
First Lieut. James H. Hackett, August 19, 1662. 
First Lieut. T. A. E. McCluskev, August 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Zebulon Rowe, April 10, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Harrison G. Prescott, May 11, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon J. H. Kimball. May 11, 1863. 
Chaplain Josiah I. Brown, May 30, 1863. 
Chaplain Seba F. Wetherbee, March 11, 1864. 

Expiratio7i of term of service, (17.) 

Major Franklin M. Drew, January 26, 1865. 

Captain Michael Boyce, January 19, 1865. (Recommissioned 

Captain May 11, 1865.) 
Captain William K. Rich, February 13, 1865. 
Captain John II. Hasty, February 17, 1865. 
Captain Laurens J. Jovce, March 13, 1865. 
Captain John B. Nickels, March 13, 1865. 
Captain Charles S. Daley, March, 1865. 
First Lieut. Warren C. Plumruer. January 21, 1865. 
First Lieut. George W. Capen, February 14, 1665. 
First Lieut. John Mead. March 13, 1865. ■ 
First Lieut. Albert W. Ilovt. March 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. Thomas H. Wentworth, March 13. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Patrick Neville, January 18, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin F. Brown. January 21, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles F. Jordon. February P. 1 , 186& 
Surgeon Jothara Donnell, December 16, 1864. 

ant Surgeon Lorenzo Dodge, February 10, 1665. 

Discharged, (15.) 

Major James H. Whitemore. Julv 5. 1665. 

Captain Charles W. Clayton, ApVil 5, 1862. 

Captain Chandler R. Merrill, August 22, 1662. 

Captain Ransom N. Pierce. May I I 

Captain John B. Wilson, October 20, 1863. 

Captain Zadock Washburn, March !>, 1864. 

Captain Charles B. Smith, August 13, L£ 

Captain Eldridge J. Pattee, September 23, 1864. 

First Lieut. William Morev. jr., March 15, 1863. 

First Lieut. W. S. Locke, R.Q. AT.. June 4, 1863. 

First Lieut. John Z. Swanton, August 11, 1863. 

First Lieut. John C. Cobb, August 17, 1663. 

First Lieut. James Nowland, Adj't. September 11, 1863. 

First Lieut. James F. Tilton. R. Q. ML, July 5, 

Assistant Surgeon Samuel B. Hunter, December 16, 1861. 

Died, (3.) 

Second Lieut. Enoch M. Dccring, July, 1862. 

Second Lieut. J. Edwin Libby, September 6, 1863, of disease, 

at Carrollton. La. 
Assistant Surgeon Sumner G. Holt, March 23, 1863, of disease. 



NOTE.— This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its roster is made up to the 31st of August, 1865. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



30 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, August 14, 1862. to 
serve three years. The original 
members were mustered out of ser- 
vice June 5, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment, and the recruits transferred 
to the 20th Maine volunteers.) 

"SOUTH MOUNTAIN." " ANTIET AM, " 
" FREDERICKSBURG," " < HA.N- 

CELLORSVII.LE,'' M GETTYSBURG,"" 
'• MINE RUN." '• WILD] 
"SPOTTSYI.V \NI.A," "NORTH AN- 
NA." "TOLOPOTOMOY," ' 'BETHK8- 
DA CHURCH," "PETERSBURG," 
"WELDON RAILROAD." 



Colonel. 
Charles W. Tilden 8 Jan., 63 



Lieut. Colonel. 

Augustus B. Farnham... 14 Feb., 63 
(Brevet Colonel 1 Apr., 1865.) 



Major. 
Abner R. Small 29 Apr., 65 



Captains. 

John D. Conley 1 Apr., 63 

Joseph O. Lord 9 Dec, 

Lincoln K. Plummer 13 Aug., 61 

(Brevet Major 1 Apr., 18 

Joseph II. Malbon 17 Dec, 64 

William II. Broughton..l7 Dec, 

IMM H. Thompson 1 Jan., 65 

Edward F. Davis 4 Feb., 

George A. Deering 1 May. 

Bisbee 15 May, 

Charles S. Hildreth, a. ir. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Marshall S Smith 16 Apr., 63 

Aubrey Leavitt 13 Aug., 64 

(Brevet Captain 1 Apr., 1865.) 
Cherberry F. Lothrop. . . 1 Oct., 64 
Geo. W. Brown, R. Q. AT. 27 Oct. , 

Jones Whitman 17 Dec, 

Alwood Fitch 17 Dec, 

Jabez P. Parker 4 Feb. , 65 

Frank Wiggin 27 Mar., 

Newman Smyth, a. w. m. 
James N. Childs, a. w. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (10.) 

Colonel Asa W. Wilds, January 7, 1863. 
Captain 5. Forrest Robinson, January 24, 1863. 
Captain William E. Brooks. February 96, 1863. 
First Lieut. Ira S. Libby, October 31, I 
First Lieut. Humphrey E. Eustis. Decembers. 1862. 
First Lieut. . Derby, March 12. 1863. 

First Lieut. Israel H. Wsshburn, June 12, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Francis A. Wildes, February 26, 1863. 
at Surgeon Warren Hunter, January 24, 1863. 
Chaplain George Bullen, October 3, IS 



Discharged, (18.) 

Captain William II. Waldron, September 27, 1863. 
Captain Thomas E. Wentworth, Julv 1 

i Samuel C. Belcher, September 13, 1864. 
Captain Isaac A. Penuell, October 14, 1864. 

a Samuel II. Plummer, October 20. 1864. 
Captain Eleazer W. Atwood, November ", 1664. 
Captain Daniel Marston, December 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Hovev Austin, March 20, 1863. 
First Li Tucker, /,'. Q. M.. Julv 28, 1864. 

First Lieut. Fred. EL Beecher, September 30, 1864. 
■it. Nathan Fowler. L864. 

February 4, 1865. 
Second Lient. Augustus C. Peters. March 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Daniel L. Warren, October 27, 186*3. 
Second Lieut. Charles A. Gar^elon, February 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Isaac II. Wldtney, December 17, 1864. 

\\ "xauder, Novembers, 1664. 
Chaplain Uriah Balkam, October 8, 1864. 



Expiration of term of service, (1.) 
ant Surgeon Joseph B. Baxter, May 23, 1865. 



Died, (10.) 

Major Arch. D. Leavitt, May 31, 1864, of wounds received in 
action at Laurel Hill. Va. 

Captain Charles A. Williams, November 10, 1862, of disease. 

Captain Moses W. Rand, December 8, 1862, of dis< 

Captain Charles K. Hutchins. killed in action at Fredericks- 
burg, Va., December 13, 1862. 

Captain John Ayer, February 22, 1863, of wounds received 
in action at Fredericksburg, Va. 

Captain Stephen C. Whitehouse, killed in action at Gettys- 
burg, Pa., July 1, 1863. 

Captain Oliver H. Lowell killed in action at Gettysburg, 
Pa., July 1, 1863. 

Captaiu William A. Stephens, killed in action near Peters- 
burg, Va., June 17, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Henry P. Herrick, killed in action at Fred- 
ericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Nathaniel W. Coston, May 27, 1864, of wounds 
received at Laurel Hill, Va. 



Missing, (1.) 
Second Lieut. George W. Edwards, since December 13, 1862. 



40 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



Second Lieutenants. 








Melville C. Wadsworth.. 1 Apr. 

George D. Bisbee 1 May, 

Wilmot H. Chapman 9 Dec, 

William T. Dodge 17 Oct., 

Charles H. Parlin 3 Dec:, 


63 
64 
65 


- 




Daniel A. Spearin 10 Jan., 

Wilber F. Mower 5 Feb., 




Surgeon. 








William W. Eaton 28 Nov. , 


64 






Assistant Surgeon. 




i 




David P. Bolster 24 Feb., 


65 






Chaplain. 








John Mitchell, a. w. m. 









NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1665. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster cut. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



41 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, August. 1862, to 
nrve three years. The recruits of 
the 3d Maine volunteers whose term 
Of service had not expired at the 
date of the muster out of that 
organization were transferred to 
this regiment June 4, 1664. The 
• members of this regiment whose 
terms of service expired previous 
to October, 1863, were mustered 
out June 4, 1865, and the remain- 
ing men transferred to the 1st 
Maine heavy artillery.) 

"FREDERICKSBURG," " CHANCEL- 
T.ORSVILLE," "GETTYSBURG," 

"AUBURN." "MINK11U-V," '-WIL- 
DERNESS," "PO RIVER," "SPOTT- 
SYLVANIA," "NORTH ANNA," "TO- 
LOPOTOMOY," "COAL HARBOR," 
"PETERSBURG." 

Colonel. 
Charles P. Mattocks 13 May, 65 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
"William Hobson 18 Jan. , 65 



Major. 



Captains. 

Joseph A. Perry 1 Nov., 63 

Edward Moore 16 Nov., 

Edwin B. Houghton . ...16 Nov., 

William H. Green 22 Dec, 

{Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 

Isaac S. Faunce 23 Jan., 64 

George W. Yerrill 14 Mar., 

Grenville F. Sparrow... 4 July, 

Gustavus C. Pratt 18 Jan., 65 

Charles C. Cole 31 Jan., 



First Lieutenants. 

Josiah Remick. R.Q. M.. 8 Nov., 62 

Edward H. Crie 5 June, 64 

Robert H. Mathes 4 July, 

(Brevet Captain 9 April, 1865.) 
William II . Sturgia 4 Juiy, 

(Brevet Captain 9 April, 1865.) 

Parlin Crawford 4 Nov., 

Lloyd W. Lamos 5 Nov., 

Joseph S. Hobbs 17 Nov., 

George A. Parker, Adft. .18 Jan., 65 

James M. Webb 18 Jan., 

Dexter W. Howard 31 Jan., 

William H. Copp 12 Feb. 

Fayette M. Paine 6 May, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 

Captain William H. Savage, December 4, 1862. 
Captain John C. Perry, September 14, 1664. 
First. Lieut. Putnam S. Boothby, December 2, 1862. (Re- 
commissioned as First Lieutenant February 17, ltu3.) 
Second Lieut. Ralph H. Day, May 21, 1863. 

Discharged, $37.) 

Colonel Thomas A. Roberts, June 2, 1863. 

Colonel George W. West, (Brevet Brig. Gen. December 2, 

1864,) April 17, 1865. 
Lieut Colonel Charles B. Merrill, October 7, 1864. 
Captain Andrew J. Stimson, October 5, 1862. 
Captain Albion Hersey, December 21, 1862. 
Captain Isaac S. Faunce, January 1, 1863. (Recommissioned 

as Captain January 23, 1864.) 
Captain Uriah W. Briggs, March 21, 1863. 
Captain G. W. Martin, March 26, 1863. 
Captain Augustus Goldermann, August 19, 1863. 
Captain Edward J. Merrill, December 11, 1863. 
Captain Sumner S. Richards, October 1, 1864. 
Captain George B. Dunn, June 3, 1865. 
First Lieut. John P. Swasey, November 19, 1 - 
First Lieut. Benjamin G. Ames, November 20. 
First Lieut. Otho VV. Burnham, February 3, 1863. 
First Lieut. William Roberts, August 5, 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles E. Hubbard, August 29, 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles W. Roberts, Adft, December 16. 1863. 
First Lieut. Newton Whitten, December 28, 166:j. 
First Lieut. Frederick A. Sawyer, September 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry L. Bartels, October 1, 1864. 
First Lieut. John N. Monell, October 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. Putnam S. Boothby, Adft, October 31, 1864. 
First Lieut. George A. Whidden, February 4, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Madison Mabry, December 10, 1662. 
Second Lieut. Prescott Newman, December 29, 1862. 
Second Lieut. James M. Safford, December 31, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Danville B. Stevens. May 20, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Thomas W. Lord, September 20, 1863- 
Second Lieut. Franklin C. Adams, October 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Jordon M. Hall, October 3, 1864. 
Surgeon Henry L. K. Wiggins, January 31, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Pascal P. Ingalls. March 2, 1863, 
Assistant Surgeon L. E. Norris. October 1, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon William Wescott, December 11, 1863. 
Chaplain Harvey Hersey, October 27, 1862. 
Chaplain Jeremiah Hayden, August 29, 1863. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain James O. Thompson, February 23, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Stephen Graffam, November 25, 1864. 

Died, (16.) 

Captain Almon L. Fogg, July 4, 1863, of wounds received in 
action at Gettysburg, Pa. 

Captain Milton M. Young, August 13, 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Gettysburg, Pa. 

Captain Ellis M. Sawyer, November 28, 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Orange Grove, Va. 

Captain Benjamin C. Pennell, killed in action June 17, 1864. 

First Lieut. George W. S. Fickett, September 24, 1862, of 
disease. 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



Second Lieutenants. 




First Lieut. Jacob T. Waterhouse, R. Q. M., October 23, 1862, 








of disease. 


Albert L. Bradbury 


.16 Jan., 


65 


First Lieut. William M. Jenkins, November 18, 1862, of dis- 


Asa Gh Charles ... 


.18 Jan., 




ease. 


Edwin A. Duncan 


.18 Jan., 




First Lieut, Dudley H. Johnson, killed at Chancellorsville, 


(Brevet First Lieut. 9 April, 65. 




Va., May 3, 1863. 


Charles H. Parcher . . . 


.18 Jan., 




First Lieut. James M. Brown, killed at Orange Grove, Va., 




.20 Jan., 




November 27, 1863. 


Sumner W. Burnham. 


.26 Jan., 




First Lieut. James S. Roberts, killed in action May 23, 1864. 


Edwin W. Sanborn... 


.31 Jan., 




First Lieut. "Wellington Hobbs, killed in action, October 24, 


Thomas Snowman 


.31 Jan., 




1864. 


Horace B. Cummings . 


..12 Feb., 




First Lieut. Schollay G. Usher, killed in action at Amelia 


Daniel J. Chandler 


. .•€ May, 




Springs, Va.. April 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William C. Winter, January 25, 1863, of disease. 
Second Lieut. Hiram It. Dyer, killed in action at Gettysburg, 


Surgeon. 






Pa., July 2, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin Doe, killed in action, May 6, 1864. 


Nahuni A. Hursam 

• 


.11 Apr., 


63 


Second Lieut. Walter F. Noyes, killed in action, May 24, 1664. 


Assistant Surgeons. 






Nathaniel B. Coleman. 


.21 Nov., 


63 






. 3 Mo v., 


64 




Chaplain. 








Joseph P. Lovering . . . 


. 7 Dec, 


63 





Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2.— The roster of officers ia given aa it stood on the day of muster out 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



43 



- NINETEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Bath, 
Maine, August 25, 1862, to serve 
three years. The original members, 
whose terms of service expired pre- 
vious to October, 1865, were mus- 
tered out of service May 31, 1865, 
and the remaining men transferred 
to the 1st Maine heavy artillery, in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

"FREDERICKSBURG," "CHANCEL- 
LORSVILLE,** "BRISTOW STATION'," 
'GETTYSBURG," "WILDERNESS," 
'MINE RUN," "SPOTTSYLVANIA," 
"PO RIVER," "TOLOPOTOMOY." 
1 ' NORTH ANNA, " " COAL HARBOR, " 
; ' PETERSBURG, " " DEEP BOTTOM, ' ' 
"REAM'S STATION," "STRAWBER- 
RY PLAINS," "BOYDTON ROAD." 



Colonel. 
Isaac W. Starbird 16 Nov., 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph W. Spaulding 2 Dec, 64 

Major. 
David E. Parsons 16 Nov., 64 



Captains. 

Williard Lincoln 1 Nov., 62 

Nehemiah Smart 27 Oct. , 63 

Edgar A. Burpee 27 Oct., 

Ansel L. White 31 Oct., 64 

{Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 

Elbridge C. Pierce 3 Nov., 

Oliver R. Small 16 Nov., 

{Brevet Major 13 March, 1865.) 

Calvin B. Hinkley 2 Dec, 

John A. Lord 11 Jan., 65 

Thomas P. Beath 11 Jan., 

Addison W. Lewis, a. w. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Albert Hunter, R.Q.M.. 1 Nov., 62 

Edwin H.Rich 28 Feb., 64 | 

Henry Sewall, Adj't 18 Julv, 

Charles P. Garland 14 Sept., 

William B. Sawyer 29 Oct., 

George P. Wood 29 Oct., 

Alfred E. Nickerson 2 Dec, 

James H. Pierce 2 Dec, 

Bemiah P. Dolloff 11 Jan., 65 

Charles Bennett 13 Jan., 

George Studley 16 Feb., 

Edward B. Sargent, a. to. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (35.) 

Colonel Frederick D. Sewall, February 19, 1863. 

Colonel Francis E. Heath. November 4, 1863. 

Colonel James W. Welch, October 21, 1864. 

Lieut. Colonel Henry W. Cunningham. June 11, 1864. 

Captain Charles H. Rowell, October 12, 1862. 

Captain Joseph Eaton, jr., October 31, 1862. 

Captain James W. Hathaway, November 5, 1862. 

Captain Daniel L. Dickey, January 1, 1863. 

Captain Horace C. Noyes, February 20, 1863. 

Captain Edwin A. Snow, February 23, 1863. 

Captain Charles S. Larrabee, March 3. 1863. 

Captain George L. Whitmore, November 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. Joseph H. Hunt. October 21 

First Lieut. William Clemments, October 17. 1862. • 

First Lieut. Francis M. Ames, November 18. 1 \ 

First Lieut. Gershom F. Burgess, February 10, ItuZ. 

First Lieut. John S. Taplty, February 14, 1863. 

First Lieut. Jason Gordon, February 17, 1863. 

First Lieut. James W.Wakefield, R. Q. M., November 13, 

1863. 
First Lieut. Albion Whitten, November 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. Elisha W. Ellis, December 12, 1863. 
First Lieut. Josiah W. Tucker, December 28, 1664. 
Second Lieut. Louis Rackliff, October 29, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Almon Goodwin, December 17. 1862. 
Second Lieut. George C. Hopkins, January 27. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin B. Hansom, January 23, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Francis H. Fobs, October 27, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Stephen R. Gordon, November 5. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Joseph L. Clark, November 30, 1863. 
Surgeon Adoniram J. Billings, January 11, 1 - 
Surgeon John Q. A. Hawes, November 2, 1664. 
Assistant Surgeon John Q. A. Hawes, June 83, 1863. (Recom- 

missioned as Surgeon February 29, 1864.) 
Assistant Surgeon Wallace Bolan, March 22, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Benjamin F. Sturgis, October 22, 1864. 
Chaplain Edwin B. Palmer, February 16, 1863. 



Discharged, (18.) 

Captain Asbury C. Richards, September 18, 1863. 
Captain Dumont Banker, October 26, 1864. 
Captain William H. Fogler, November 2, 1864. 
Captain Charles E. Nash, November 28, 1864. 
First Lieut. Francis W. Haskell, Adj't, February 6, 1864. 
First Lieut. Richard Crockett, April 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. George A. Wadsworth, April 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward R. Cunningham, June 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. George R. Palmer, August 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Loring Farr, September 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. William H. Emery, October 13, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry W. Nye, February 23. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Alveraes Osborn, March 4, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Samuel E. Bucknam, April 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Thomas B. Campbell, November 22, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Columbus S. Anderson, March 17, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Henry C. Levensaller, August 17, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Fred. G. Parker, March 5, 1864. 



Expiration of term of service, (1.) 
Captain Everett M. Whitehouse, October 14, 1864. 



For 18th regiment see 1st heavy artillery. 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



Second Lieutenants. 




Promoted, (2.) 


George H. Page 27 Oct., 

Joseph Babson 29 Oct., 


63 
64 

63 


Colonel Selden Connor, July 1, 1864, to Brigadier General of 


William II. Tripp .29 Oct., 

{Brevet Captain 13 March, 65.) 

Clarendon W. Gray 2 Dec, 

Franklin Adams 13 Jan., 

George A. Barton 31 Jan., 


Chaplain Eliphalet "Whittlesey, March 11, 1863, to Captain 
and A. A. G. 

Dismissed. (1.) 


Surgeon. 




First Lieut. Joseph Nichols, February 16, 1863. 


"William H. Randall 16 Nov. 


64 


Died, (5.) 


Assistant Surgeons. 
Benjamin B. Bussey jr ..21 Nov. 


64 


Captain Lindley M. Coleman, October 18. 1862, of disease. 
Captain George D. Smith, killed in actional Gettysburg. Pa., 
Julv2. 1863. 


Chaplain. 
George W. Hathaway. . .14 June 


63 


Second Lieut. Leroy S. Scott, July 13, 18G3, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Gettysburg, Pa, 
Second Lieut. Lafayette Carver. June 22. 1864, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. William L. Gerrish, February 11, 1863, of dis- 

ea:-e. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
On'.ers before August 31. 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



45 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Port- 
land, Maine, August '29, 1862, to 
serve three years. The original 
members whose terms of service 
expired previous to October 1, 1SC5, 
were mustered out Juue 4, 1865. 
The enlisted men of the 16th Maine 
volunteers and 1st Maine sharp- 
shooters, whose terms of service 
had not expired, were transferred 
to this organization June 5 and 
June 21, 1865, respectively. The 
entire regiment was mustered out 
of service July 16, 1865, in accord- 
ance with orders from the War De- 
partment.) 

"ANTIETAM," "FREDERICKSBURG," 
" CHANCELLORS VIIXE," " GETTYS- 
BURG." " RAPPAHANNOCK STA- 
TION," "MINE KIN," 'WILDER- 
NESS," "SPOTTSYLVANIA," "TOL0- 
POTOMOY," "NORTH ANNA." "BE- 
THESDA CHURCH," "'HATCHER'S 
RUN," "PETERSBURG," "WELDON 
RAILROAD," "PEEBLE'S FARM." 



Colonel. 
Ellis Spear 29 May, 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thomas D. Chamberlain. 28 June, 65 

Major. 
George R. Abbott 3 July, 65 



Captains. 

Holman S. Melcher 22 Oct., 

William O. Howes 29 Nov., 

Charles F. Sawyer 29 Nov., 

Albion Whitten 4 Dee., 

"William H. Harrington . .29 Dec, 

John Butler 30 June, 

Samuel W. Schofield. . . .14 July, 
John H. Terry 14 July, 



65 



First Lieutenants. 

Wm E. Donnell, Adft... 1 Sept., 63 
{Brevet Captain July 6, 1864.) 

Hiram Morse 18 June, 64 

George W. Sweetser 29 Nov., 

"Warren T. Noyes 29 Dec, 

Edmund R. Sanborn 7 May, 65 

George W. Furbish 1 July, 

George A. Rider, R. Q.M. 3 July, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (23.) 

Colonel Charles D. Gilmore, May 29, 1865. 

Captain Isaac "W. Haskell, November 20, 1S62. 

Captain Phineas M. Jeffcrds, November 29, - 

Captain Isaac H. McDonald, December 10, 1862. 

Captain Henry C. Merriam. January 7. 1863. 

Captain Charles L. Strickland, February 5. 1863. 

First Lieut. Addison W. Lewis, November 6. 

First Lieut. Moses W. Brown, R. Q. Jt, November 20, 18C2. 

First Lieut, Edward B. Tifield, November 20. 1862. 

First Lieut. Hosea B. Allen, November 21, lfi 

First Lieut. Francis G. Russel, January 10, I - 

First Lieut. Daniel Stimpson, January 11, 1863. 

First Lieut. James H. Nichols, March 1, 1864. , 

Second Lieut. Edwin Tulsom, October 14, 1862. 

Second Lieut. George F. Sumner, October 31, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Joseph J. A. Hoffses, November 20, 1862. 

Second Lieut. James Lyford. November 29. 1862. 

Second Lieut. Augustus A. Strickland, December 10, 1862. 

Second Lieut. William C. Bailey, February 9, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Edward Simonton, April t; 

Second Lieut. Thomas R. Hogue, April 14, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Samuel EL Glidden, November 3, 1863. 

Chaplain Luther P. French, January 12, 1864. 

Discharged, (36.) 

Lieut. Colonel Walter G. Morrill, June 4, 1865. 

Major Atherton W. Clark, June 4. 

Captain Lysander Hill, February 6. 1863. 

Captain Laac S. Bangs, February 26. 

Captain Howard L. Prince, June 4, 1865. 

Captain William Griffin, June 4, 1865. 

Captain Rufus B. Plummer. June 4, 1665. 

Captain Joseph B. Fitch, (Brevet Major September 30, 1861) 

June 4, 1865. 
Captaiu Prentiss M. Fogler, June 4, 1865. 
Captain Joseph F. Land, June 4, 1665. 
Captain Henry F. Sidelinger, (Brevet Major April 9, 1865.) 

June 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. Joseph Fuller, 2d, December 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. Arad Thompson, February 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. David M. Overlock, March 10, 1865. 
First Lieut. James H. Stanwood, June 2, 1865. 
First Lieut. Alden Litchfield, R. Q. M., June 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. William R. Bickford, June 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. Charles It. Shorey, June 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. Royal B. Decker, June 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. Mattson C. Sanborn, June 4, 1665. 
Finrt Lieut. Albert E. Fernald, (Brevet Captain September 30, 

1864.) June 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. Alden Miller, jr., June* 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. Hiram Morse, June 4, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Eli.-ha Besse, jr., February 6. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Samuel L. Miller, June 4, J 865. 
Second Lieut. Samuel G. Crocker, June 4, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Joseph Walker, June 4, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Albert E. Titus, June 4, J 
Second Lieut. Hezekiah Long, June 4, 1865. 
Second Lieut. James C. RuncLLett, June 4, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Aaron W. Andrews, June 4, 1565. 
Surgeon Nahum P. Monroe, May 6, 1863. 
Surgeon John Benson, August 27, 1863. 
Surgeon Abner O. Shaw, February 22, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Granville M. Baker. June 4, 1865. 
Chaplain Alfred C. Godfrey, March 28, 1865. 



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MAINE INFANTRY. 



Second Lieutenants. 

James C. Randlett 6 Dec, 64 

Aaron M. Andrews 6 Dec, 

Spencer M. Wyman 19 May, 63 

Surgeon. 
William H. True 9 Mar., 65 

Assista?it Surgeons. 
Charles G. Stevens 3 July, 65 



Chaplain. 



Promoted, (5.) 

Colonel Adelbert Ames, BR. iV>., & 9., May 20, 1863. to 
Brigadier General vols. 

Colonel Joshua L. Chamberlain, June 18, 1864, to Brigadier 
General vols. 

First Lieut. John M. Brown, Adj't, June 29, 1863, to Captain 
and A. A. G. 

Second Lieut. Geo. C. Getchell, July 30, 1863, to Captain 81st 
U. S. C. T. 

Assistant Surgeon Nahum A. Hursam, April 11, 1863, to Sur- 
geon 17th Maine vols. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon Servilla A. Bennett, March 21, 1863. 



Died, (10.) 

Captain Timothy T. Andrew, October 10, 1862. 

Captain Charles" W. Billings, July 15, 1663, of wounds received 
at Gettysburg. 

Captain William W. Morrill, killed in action May 8. 1864. 

Captain Samuel F. Keene, killed in action June 22, 1664. 

Captain Weston H. Keena killed in action September 30, 
1864. 

First Lieut. Arad H. Linscott, July 27, 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived at Gettysburg. 

First Lieut. John M. Sherwood, killed in action Mav 7. 1864. 

Fir>t Lieut. George H. Wood. May 25, 1865. of wounds. 

Second Lieut. Warren L. Kendal, July 5, 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived at Gettysburg. 

Second Lieut. Frederick W. Lane, May 14, 1864, of wounds. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



47 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 
(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized nt Au- 
gusta, "Maine, October 14. 1862, for 
nine months, and mustered out Au- 
gust 25, 18G3, by reason of expira- 
tion of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Elijah D. Johnson 18 Sept., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Nathan Stanley 13 Oct. , 62 

Major. 

Benjamin G. Merry 13 Oct., 62 

Captains. 

Samuel W. Clarke 11 Oct. , 62 

Isaac W. (Joinery 13 Oct., 

John U. Hubbard 13 Oct. , 

Joseph P. Garland 13 Oct., 

James M. Williams 13 Oct., 

Augustus N. Linscott...l3 Oct., 

Andrew J. Ei>kine 13 Oct., 

1,. Hunt 14 ( k-t., 

Marcus L. Hewett 14 Oct., 

Amos C. Tobey 14 Oct. , 

First Lieutenants. 

Martin V. B. Chase 11 Oct., 62 

Andrew Pinkham 13 Oct., 

Thomas A. Maxfield....l3 Oct.. 

Warren II. Pierce 13 Oct. , 

Luther Small 14 Oct., 

Abraham II. Preble 14 Oct., 

Leroy Copeland 14 Oct. , 

Hiram II. Crosby 14 Oct., 

Jos. T. Woodward, Ad.ft.2i) Oct., 
Wm. S. Brown, R. Q. AT 30 Oct., 

Frederic N. Huston 6 June, C3 

George W. Young, a. w. m. 
Second Lieutenants. 

William F. Rundlett 11 Oct., 62 

Daniel W. Demuth 13 Oct., 

Benjamin Libby 13 Oct., 

John F. Tibbetts 13 Oct., 

George A. Russell 13 Oct., 

Roswell C. Harris 14 Oct. , 

Micahllobbs 14 Oct., 

Ozias E. Bartlett 14 Oct., 

Henry H. Bobbins 16 Mar., 63 

George W. Hubbard 6 June, 

Surgeon. 

George E. Brickctt 19 Sept., 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

David P. Bolster 19 Sept. , 62 

Silas C. Thomas, a. w. m. 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



Assistant Surgeon John S. Cushing, November 22, 1862. 
Chaplain Phineas C. Higgins, January 23, 1863. 



Discharged, (1.) 

Second Lieut. David Lowell, January 13, 1863. 

Died, (2.) 

out Edward K. Hall, April 21, 1863, at Baton Rouge, 
La. , of disease. 
First Lieut. Aaron W. Wallace, killed in action at Port Hud- 
son, La., May 27, 1663. 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



48 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Ban- 
gor, Me., October 10, 1862, to serve 
nine months, and mustered out of 
service August 14, 1863, by reason 
of expiration of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Olonzo G. Putnam 18 Oct. , 62 

Major. 
John O. Brackett 18 Oct., 62 

Captains. 

George A. Bolton 10 Oct., 62 

Charles H. Union 10 Oct. , 

Henry L. Wood 10 Oct., 

William B. Taylcr 10 Oct., 

Aziel W. Putnam 10 Oct., 

Archibald C. Lambert. ..10 Oct., 
Turner W. Whitehouse 10 Oct., 
John T. Gilman, a. w. m. 

First. Lieutenants. 

Ephraim P. Dorman 10 Oct., 62 

Benjamin F. Wane. jr.. 10 Oct, 

Robert EL Outhouse 10 Oct., 

Joseph Richardson 10 Oct., 

Amos B. Mathews 10 Oct., 

Frank G. Flagg. Adjt. ..18 Oct., 
L. C Bailey, R. Q.M..A8 Oct., 

George E. Brown 1 Dec, 

Owen B. Williams 14 Jan., 63 

1 homas J. Pekes 3 May, 

George A. Anson, a. jc. in. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Nathaniel White 10 Oct., 62 

GibbsF. Sibley 10 Oct., 

Henry H. Putnam 10 Oct., 

Anson C. Jerrard 10 Oct., 

Edwin W. Truworthy ..10 Oct., 
Samuel \V. Knowles!.. .17 Dec, 

Gipson C. Patten 1 Jan., 63 

Hiram E. Hatch 14 Jan., 

Joseph S. Bowler 3 May, 

Surgeon. 
JosiahJordon 18 Oct., 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Jason Huckins 18 Oct. , 62 

Chaplain. 
John K. Lincoln 18 Oct., 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 

Captain James W. Williams, December 16, 1862. 
First Lieut. Montville C. Bailey, January 14. 1863. 

Discharged, (7.) 

Colonel Simon G. Jerrard, June 14, 1863. 

First Lieut. Thomas J. Knowles, November 23, 1862. 

First Lieut. Jasper Hutchings, July 24, 1863. 

Second Lieut. James P. Ireland, November 12, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Hiram T. Batchelder, December 30, J 862. 

Second Lieut. Joseph A. Baker. June 28, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon John W. Cook, December 3, 1862. 

Died, (3.) 

Captain Henry Crosby, June 12, 1863, at Port Hudson, La. 
Captain Isaac W. Case, July 7, 1863. before Port Hudi 
First Lieut. W. Prince Hersey, February 22> 1863, at Baton 
Rouge, La. 



NOTE. — The roster of officer* is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



49 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 




(MILITIA.) 







(This regiment was organized at 
Portland, Me., September 29, 1862, 
to serve nine months, and mus- 
tered out July 15, 1663, by reason 
of expiration of term of service.) . 


Resigned, (1.) 
First Lieut. Joseph H. Abbott, November 15, 18G2. 
Discharged, (11.) 




(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part id not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
William Wirt Virgin.... 29 Sept., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Enos T.Luce T 29 Sept, 62 

Major. 


Captain Horace 0. Little. December 20. 1802. 
Captain Charles E. Bradford, January 2. 1 ?63. 
Captain Alonzo P. Lamb. February 28. 1863. 
Captain Granville Fernald, April 13, 1863. 
Firrt Lieut, E. MeDen Wright, December 20, 1862. 
First Lieut. William K. Staples, December 26. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Ezra Soule. December 2< 
Second Lieut. Henry C. Wentworth, December 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William G. Spring, January 26, 1863. 
1 Lieut. Hiram Moore, January 31, 1863: 
\.ut Surgeon Richard A. Ricker, January 2, 1863. 




Alfred B. Soule 29 Sept., 62 






Captains. 






Dudley B. Varney 29 Sept., 62 

Chaj les H. Prince 29 Sept. , 

AlmonO. Pray 29 Sept., 

Horace A. Bolster 29 Sept., 

Amos F. Noyea 29 Sept , 


\ 




James S. Nash 29 Sept., 

y 29 Sept., 

Royal E. Whi-.man 1 Mar., 63 

1 . Haskell 1 Mar., 

Winthrop H. Hall 1 May, 




First Lieutenants. 






William Bray, R. Q. AT 29 Sept., C2 
Kirk W. Moses 29 Sept., 






Albion Thorn 29 Sept., 

Freeman H. Lander 29 Sept., 

Josiahll 29 Sept., 

Joseph 0. Gentleman ... 1 Nov., 

William B. Lapham 24 Nov., 

Henry B. Cleaves 11 Feb., 63 

William W. Noyea 1 Mar., 

Henry A. Norcross, Adft. 1 May, 
Henry M. Bearce, a. to. m. 
Charles Thurston, a. w. m. 




Second Lieutenants. 






Charles W. Gerrish 29 Sep., 62 

James II. Howe, jr 29 Sep., 

Solomon A. Bolster 24 Nov., 

Job P Leavitt 1 Mar., 63 


• 








Lorenzo D. Stacy 1 Mar. , 




Joshua R. Howard 6 Mar., 

Ronello A. Barrows, a. to. m. 
Joseph H. Freeman, a. id. m. 




Surgeon. 






JeBse P. Sweat 15 Oct., 62 






Assistant Surgeon. 






William C. Towle 24 Jan., 63 






Chaplain. 






Joseph C. Snow 2 Oct., 62 







Note. 



The roster of officers is given as 

4 a 



stood on the day of muster out. 



50 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, in October, 1862, to 
serve nine months, and mustered 
out by reason of expiration of term 
of service August 25, 1863, at Au- 
gusta, Maine.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

George M. Atwood 16 Oct., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Eben Hutchinson 1 July, 63 

Major. 

William Holbrook 23 July, 63 

Captains. 

Arthur Deering 11 Oct., 62 

Francis L. Bachelder . -.13 Oct., 

Samuel S. Brown 13 Oct. , 

Hiram C. Vaughan 13 Oct. , 

George W. Smith 13 Oct., 

Hiram M. Campbell 13 Oct., 

E. L. Sturtevant 28 Feb., 63 

George M. Longley 22 July, 

Vincent Mountfort 15 Aug., 

Albion K. P. Knowles, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

George W. Hallock 13 Oct, , 62 

Andrew J. Martin 13 Oct., 

JohnH. True 13 Oct., 

Oakes A. Fillebrown, 

R.Q.M. 16 Oct., 

Augustus H. Cook 23 Jan., 63 

George W. Hall 28 Feb., 

Charles C. Hinds, Adft.. 19 July, 
Melvin S. Hutchinson . ..19 Julv, 

Ephraim W. Baker 23 July, 

Amos M. Jackson, a. w. m. 

.Second Lieutenants. 

Edward F. Goud 11 Oct., 62 

Cyrus R. Curtis 13 Oct. . 

John J. Watts 13 Oct.. 

John W. Millett 1 Julv, 63 

Eugene Leeman 19 July, 

William H. Edwards 23 July, ' 

William C. Burrows, a. w. m. 
George T. Yeaton, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

RoscoeL. Harlow 23 Nov., 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 

John A. Moreton 8 Dec. , 62 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (1.) 

Captain Alfred Fletcher, January 10, 1863. 

Discharged, (8.) 

Lieut, Colonel Charles T. Bean. October 16, 1862. 
Captain George W. Hurd, January 23, 1863. 
Captain Robert H. Purington, May 31, 1863. 
First Lieut. George E. Atwood, March 28, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Tilson Baker, December 26, ] 8G2. 
Second Lieut. Marcus Rowell, January 23, 1S63. 
Surgeon John C. Manson, November 22, 1862. 
Chaplain Frederick A. Hodsdon, January 23, 1863. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

First Lieut. Frank McLaughlin, July 1, 1863. 

Died, (5.) 

First Lieut. Charles C. Newall, July 14, 1863, at Port Hud*on, 
Second Lieut, Amos f. Billings, July 28, 1863, near Memphis. 

Tenn. 
Second Lieut. David P. Luce, August 20, 1863, at Cairo. III. 
Assistant Surgeon Ansel J. Libby, December 28, 1862, at 

East New York. 
Assistant Surgeon Frederic R. Esterbrooh, February 24, 1863, 

at New Orleans, La. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



51 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 


(This regiment was organized at Port- 
land, Me., September 29, 1862, to 
^•rve nine months, and mustered 
out of service July 10, 1863, by 
reason of expiration of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 


Resigned, (5.) 

Captain Samuel L. Davis, December 8, 18G2. 
Captain Asa C. Palmer, February 12, 1863. 
Captain Frank L. Jones, March 5, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Edmund P. Merrell, December 11, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John P. Carswell, December 15, 18G2. 


Colonel. 




Francis Fessenden, B. 9L, 29 Sept., 62 


Discharged, (1.) 


Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles E. Shaw 29 Sept, 62 


Captain Charles H. Daughty, April 24, 1863. 


Major. 




Alexander M. Tolman ..29 Sept., 62 




Captains. 




Edward N. Greely 29 Sept., 62 

Chester A. Grecnleaf 29 Sept., 

Elisha Newcomb 29 Sept., 

Thomas W. Harris 29 Sept., 

George W. Randall 29 Sept., 

Charles C. Chase 29 Sept., 

Ezekiel Wescott 29 Sept., 

Seba S. Brown 1 Mar., 63 

George H. Abbott 6 Mar., 

Whitman Sawyer 1 May, 




First Lieutenants. 




Thos. H. Hubbard, Adft, 29 Sept., 62 
Henry Fennel 1, R. Q. M., 29 Sept., 




David Pennell 29 Sept. , 




George B. Stevens 29 Sept., 

Samuel T. Johnson 29 Sept., 

John C. Randall 29 Sept., 

John H. Knight 29 Sept. , 

Edmund W. Dyer 29 Sept., 

Isaac D. Sawyer 1 Mar., 63 

Charles B. Hall 6 Mar., 

George F. Andrews. ... 1 May, 




Second Lieutenants. 




HollisR. Mountfort 29 Sept., 62 

Alfred D. Stetson 29 Sept., 

Charles Jones 29 Sept., 

Alvin F. Buckman 29 Sept., 

Ebenezer Hutchinson . ..29 Sept., 

George 0. Gosse 25 Dec, 

Frank G. Stevens 25 Dec, 

George A. Hunt 1 Mar., 63 

Cyrus H. Ilsley 6 Mar., 

Henry T. Simpson 1 May, 




Surgeon. 




Josiah Carr 29 Sept , 62 




Assistant Surgeons. 




Cyrus K. Bowker 29 Sept., 62 

William H. True .29 Sept., 




Chaplain. 




Edward B. Furbish 29 Sept., 62 





NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



52 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



TWENTY-SIXTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Ban- 
gor, Me., October 11, 1862, to serve 
nine months, and mustered out of 
service August 17, 1863, by reason 
of expiration of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
Nathaniel H. Hubbard . .18 Oct., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Philo Hersey 28 May, 63 

Major. 
James N. Fowler 23 Sept., 62 

Captains. „ 

Abner W. Fletcher 11 Oct., 62 

George Dudley 11 Oct., 

Eben G. Ingalls 11 Oct., 

Andrew E. Clark 11 Oct., 

Ancel Wadsworth 11 Oct., 

Rufus B. Bickford 11 Oct., 

Fred. Barker 11 Oct., 

William H. Black 11 Oct.. 

Charles Baker Uuly, 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Harvey M. Coffin 11 Oct., 62 

Ezra W. Reeves 11 Oct., 

John F. Whitcomb 11 Oct., 

Nicholas S. Clements 11 Oct., 

William F. Brown 11 Oct., 

John R. Gross 11 Oct., 

Freeman Goodhue 11 Oct., 

DanielS. Simpson, Adft. 18 Oct., 
T. Thorndike, R. Q. M .18 Oct., 
Llewellyn D.Woodward. 1 May, 63 
James E. Conners, a. w. m. 
Edward F. Fletcher, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 

William O. McDonald. ..11 Oct., 

Joseph W. Eveleth 11 Oct., 

William E. Norwood 11 Oct., 

Thomas S. Osgood 11 Oct., 

Gorham K. Hastings 11 Oct., 

Samuel E. Hunt 11 Oct., 

Otis Kaler 3 Dec, 

Nathan Shaw, jr 5 Feb., 

Adolphus B. Mathews .. 1 Mar., 
David E. Holmes, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

Charles Abbott 18 Oct., 

Assistant Surgeon. 
William C. Collins 18 Oct., 

Chaplain. 
Samuel Bowker 18 Oct., 



fie 



63 



62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 



Captain Peter W. Robbins, January 29, 1863. 
First Lieut. John P. Perkins, February 2, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Thomas H. Peevy, November 12, 1862. 

Discharged, (1.) 

First Lieut. Mahlon C. Witham, January 2, 1863. 

Died, (1.) 

Captain Joseph M. Gray, at Berwick City, La., May 10, 1863. 



Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



53 



TWENTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 


(MILITIA.) 





(This regiment was organized at Port- 




land, Maine, September 30, 1862, to 


Resigned, (4.) 


serve nine months, and mustered 




out July 17, 1663, by reason of ex- 


First Lieut. Noah Gould. November 24, 1862. 


piration of term of service.) 


First Lieut. William 11. Miller, December 16, 1862. 


(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 


First Lieut. Thomas Sherman, jr., February 4, 1863. 


Second Lieut. Lysander B. Young, Febroary 15, 1S63. 


partis not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Mark P. Wentworth 30 Jan. , 63 


Discharged, (4.) 


Colonel Rufus P. Tapley, January 23, 1863. 




Captain Henry F. Snow, November 19, l«62. 


Lieutenant Colonel. 


Captain William H. Johnson, January 27, 18t!3. 


James M. Stone 30 Jan., 63 


Second Lieut. John Mcjellison, February 13, 1863. 


Major. 


Died, (1.) 


John D.Hill 30 Jan., 63 


First Lieut. John H. Came, January 16, 1863, of disease, near 


Captains. 


Camp Vermont, Va. 


George fl. Ward 30 Sept., 62 




Isaac P. Fall 30 Sept., 




David B. Fullerton 30 Sept., 




John M. Getchell 30 Sept., 




Jeremiah Plummer 30 Sept., 




Edmund A. Dixon 30 Sept., 




Seth E. Bryant 30 Sept., 




Almond O. Smart 1 Jan., 63 




Joseph F. Warren 1 Mar., 




Frank A. Hutchins 1 Mar., 




First Lieutenants. 




Edward M. Rand, Adft.. 30 Sept., 62 




I^wis O'Brion, R. Q. il/..30 Sept., 




Moses S. Hurd 30 Sept., 




A»nos W. Page 30 Sept., 




Joseph D. Parker 30 Sept., 




Henry B. Osgood 15 Dec, 




Ralph R. Hussey 1 Jan., 63 




William Miliken, jr 1 Mar., 




Frederick S. Bryant 1 Mar., 




Henry J. G oodwin 1 Mar. , 




Joseph E. C'hadbourn. .. 1 May, 




Samuel H. Libby, a. w. m. 




Second Lieutenants. 




Frank L. Harmon 30 Sept, , 62 




John W. Perkins 30 Sept., 




Dennis M. Shapleigh . . . 30 Sept., 




Henry Littlefic-ld 15 Dec, 




John Hall 16 Dec, 




Edmund Bragdon, jr.. .. 1 Mar., 63 




Horace L. Piper 1 Mar., 




Joseph T. Chase 1 Mar. , 




Samuel Dunnell, jr 1 Mar. , 




Frederick Hayes 1 Mar., 




Surgeon. 




John E. L. Kimball 30 Sept., 62 




Assistant Surgeons. 


* 


Freeman Hall 30 Sept., 62 




Charles M. Cross 14 Feb., 63 




Chaplain. 




Otis F. Russell 23 June, 63 





Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



54 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, October 18, 1662, to 
serve for the period of nine months, 
and mustered out of service August 
31, 1863, by reason of expiration of 
term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
Ephraim W. Woodman . . 18 Oct. , 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
William E. Hadlock 18 Oct. , 62 

Major. 



Captains. 

Gustavus A. Stanley 10 Oct., 62 

Joshua B. Johnson 10 Oct., 

John M. Lincoln 10 Oct., 

Augustine Thompson ...10 Oct., 
Thomas P. Hutchinson.. 10 Oct., 

Seth T. Hutchins 13 Oct., 

Orriu W. Thomas 13 Oct., 

Charles H. Dyer 13 Oct., 

Edward B. Neil 14 ( >ct., 

John Angus 14 Oct. , 

First Lieutenants. 

Evander S. Prescott 10 Oct., 62 

Curtis Davis 10 Oct., 

Charles H. Witham 10 Oct., 

James A. Chase 10 

William R. Peabody 13 Oct., 

Jotham S. Staples 13 Oct., 

Billings II. Ridley 13 Oct. , 

Thomas S. Hall 14 Oct., 

Noah F. Norton 14 Oct. , 

Nathan Cutler, Adj't 18 Oct., 

Jas. W. Merrill, R. Q. Af-18 Oct, 

Second Lieutenants. 

James D. Robie 10 Oct., 62 

Herbert Wadsworth 10 Oct., 

John F. Perry 10 Oct. , 

John S. Smith 10 Oct., 

Nathaniel H. Picker 13 Oct., 

Henry W. Golder 13 Oct. , 

Frank Thorp 14 Oct., 

Jones S. Kelley 14 Oct., 

Surgeon. 

Elijah F. Plaisted 10 Nov., 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Elias H.Lake 16 Oct., 62 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



Second Lieut. Samuel G Wallace, May 8, 1863. 
Chaplain Jeremiah W. Marsh, January 23, 1863. 



Died, (4.) 

Major Joseph D. Bullen, assassinated at Fort Butler, Don- 

aldsonrille, La., July 15, 1863. 
First Lieut. Isaac March, killed at battle of Donaldsonville. 

La., June 28, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Chas. Whittier, July 21, 1863, at Baton Rouge, 

of disease. 
Chaplain Irving A. TFardwell, July 22, 1863, of disease, at 

Donaldsouvilie, La. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



55 



TWENTY-NINTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment, with the exception 

of companies A and D, was organ- 

Uaine, from No- 

•o January — , 

- V ami D were transferred 

from the; 10th Maine battalion; 
company A was mustered out Oc- 
tober lb. 1864. Captain I 

_-:ied company BiaiiM 
infantry, organized September 16, 
l;ro4, t"> serve one year, was as- 
signed to the. regiment as company 
A, after the muster out of service 
of the former company A. The 
organization is retained in service.) 

3SROAD8, LA," 'PLEAS- 
ANT HILL. LA.." "OPKiUAH, VA.," 
"JISIUCR'S HILL, VA.," ■' CXDAB 

va,," "CAjnt lavLu 

C&OSUNO, LA." 

Colonel. 

George II. Nye 20 Dec, 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles S. Emmerson 30 Nov., 63 

Major. 

John M.Gould 20 Dec, 64 

Captains. 

Alfred L. Turner 28 Feb., G3 

Almon C. Prav 13 

William W. NVhitmarsh . 1 

Granville Blake 16 Dec, 

William P. Jordon 17 Dec, 

Albert E. Kingtley 18 Oct., 64 

Henry R. Millett 6 

Henry H. Kalloch 17 Jan., 65 

Benjamin M. Redlon, a. w. m. 

First Lieuteiiants. 

Charles C Graham 13 Nov., 63 

Abel O. Rankin 13 Nov., 

JohnO. Kidder 12 Dec, 

George B. Coburn 16 Dec, 

Levi \V. Harmon 29 Nov. , 64 

Charles B. Fillebrown..l3 Dec, 
AlpheusL. Greene, Adj't.2'.} Dec, 

Ilartweil 8. French 24 Dec, 

Charles H. Jumper 17 Jan., 6j 

Samuel E. Hunt, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Henry M. Smith 11 Dec, 64 

Charles H. Pettengill ...11 Dec, 

Nathan H. Lander 21 Dec , 

James Gillespie 30 Dec, 

Gilbert V. Bangs 31 Mar., 65 

Lorenzo D. Stacy, a. w. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 

First Lieut. Moses W. Stanley, October 26, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry H. MeKeeu, May 1U, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Zebedee M. Cushinan. May 89, 1865. 

Discharged, (8.) 

Captain John M. Beal, September 23. 1864. 

Captain Edward S. Butler. Jur. 

First Lieut Charles Thompson. A'. U. M , June 3, 1865. 

First Lieut. Fredom H. Lander, June 5. 1865. 

Second Lieut. Cyrus T. Waterhouse, March 8. 1865. 

Second Lient. Charles W. Gerrish, June 5, 1865. 

:it Surgeon Horatio N. Howard. March 11, 1865. 
Chaplain Charles H. Webster, July 5, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (5.) 

Captain John Q. Adams, October 18, 1864. 
First Lieut Edwin W. Fowler. October 18. IS 
Fir>t Lieut. Charles F. King, December 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles B. 1 Ocl ber 18, 1864. 

Second Lieut Charles //. Haskell, November 19, 1864. 

Promoted, (2.) 

Colonel George L. Beal, November 30, 1864, to Brigadier 

•.1 vols. 
Captain John D. Beardsley, September 7, 1864, to Major 
109th regiment U. S. C. T. 

Died. (6.) 

Major William Knowlton, September 20, 1861, of wounds re- 

■ d in action. 
Second Lieut. W. Cummings, June 17, 1864, of 

■ Morganzia, La. 
Second Lieut. William Bagnall, July 10, 1864, of disease, in 

hospital at New Orleans. La. 
Second Lieut. John L. Hoyt, killed in action at Cedar Creek, 

October 18, 1861 
Second Lieut. Harrison B. Winter, June 26, 1865, of disease, 

at Florence. - 
Chaplain George Knox, accidentally killed at Cedar Creek, 
Va., October 31, U 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Firet Lieut. Albert E. Kingsley, June 2, 1864. (Reinstated 

August 22, 1864.) 
Surgeou Josiah F. Day, jr., June 2, 1864. ("Reinstated August 

6, 1864.) 



56 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 

Josiah F. Day.jr 16 Sept., 63 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Henry C Cotton 26 Jan., 64 

AtwtUW. Sweet-. '.....13 Apr., 65 

Chaplain. 



NOTE. — Thi8 regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on thiH 
register, its roster ia made up to August 31, 166o. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



57 





THIRTIETH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at An- 
gusta. Me., from December 12, 
to January B, 1S64. for three ; 
The enlisted men of the Kith Maine 
vol- ,1 of service 1: 

expired at the date of mu-ti 
of that regiment, were trail-: 
to this organization N 

1864. r l : 
mattered out of i 

1865. in accordance with orders from 
War Department.) 

(The official li>t of battles in which 
thiri regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in or- 
ders.) 

Colonel. 

Royal E. Whitman 4 Aug., 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

George W. Randall 14 Aug., 65 

Major. 

Horace C. Haskell 14 Aug., 65 

Captains. 

"Whitman Sawyer 19 Dec, 63 

Warren II. Boynton 29 

Levi M Prince 29 Dec, 

Kirke W. Moses .29 

Frank L. Jones 6 Jan., 64 

George E. Moulton i'~ 

Simon S. Andrews 11 Jan., 65 

Robbins B Grover 11 Jan., 

William W. Xoyes 11 Jan., . 

David S. Barrows 14 Aug., 

First Lieutenants. 
Francis II. Coffin, R. Q.M 12 Nov., 63 
Henry r 

Daniel Quimby 2 

Henry B. Cleaves 29 Dec, 

Charles B. Hall 6 Jan., 64 

Lucius D. Fisher 1 Sept., 

Chas. F. Larrabee, Adft. 1 Sept., 

ion Howard 1 Jan., 65 

William II. Foster 1 Jan., 

Preston M. Emery 12 Jan. , 

Francis 8. Coffin 2 July, 

Francis E. Dwiual 17 Aug., 

Second Lieutenants. 

William II. Motley 6 Jan., 64 

Henrv N. Fairbanks 14 June, 

Josiah A. Millett 1 Sept., 

Franklin E. Holmes 1 Jan., 65 

Albert N. Ames 1 Jan., 

Barritt II. Beaks 5 Jan., 

Joseph D. Uarville, a. 10. m. 
Surgeon. 

Horatio N. Howard 11 May, 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Chaplain. 
Simeon C. Higgins, a. ic. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 



Colonel Thomas II. Hubbard. July 23, 1865. 
First Lieut. Henry Green, June 10. 1864. 

i , April 19, : 
Assistant Surgeon Charles K. Packard, July 23, 1865. 



Discharged, (10.) 

Captain Royal S. Xash. Jam 
Captain Freeman V. Whiting. January 4, I860. 
Captain John P. C. Fall. January I 
Captain John C. Kendall, January 4, L86i 

Fir.-t Lieut. Chandhr Ii. Da, ley, August 31, 18b4. 
' lent Justin K. Richard- 

Sec0I1 : ard Bradley, January 4, 

January 4. 
Second Lieut. Lewil F. Cummiugs, July 2o, lfcuo. 



Promoted, (1.) 

Colonel Francis Fessenden, U. ±, .May 12, 1864, to Brigadier 
General. 



Died, (5.) 

First Lieut. Sumner X. Stout, killed at battle of Pleasant 

First Lieut. Abram N. Rowe, November 21, 1864, of fever, 

at Winchester, Va. 
Second Lieut. Reuben Seavy, killed at battle of Cane River 

ag, April 2- 
Second Lieut. Charles C Grow, killed at battle of Cane River 
ing, April 23, ^ t 

homafl H. Breslin, June 17, 1664, of dis. 
. at New Orleans, La. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



58 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



THIRTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, from March I, 1864, 
to April 29. 1864, to serve three 
years. There were two unassigned 
companies of Maine volunteers or- 
ganized in October, 1864. at 
signed to this regiment as compa- 
nies Land M.) The32d Maine vol- 
unteers was consolidated with this 
regiment December 12, 1864, and 
•'.he entire regiment mustered out of 
service July 15, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment.) 

•wilderness," "spottsylvanta," 
"coal harbor," "petersburg," 
"weldon railroad," "poplar 
spring church," "hatchers 

RUN." 

Colonel. 
Daniel White 8 July, 64 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edward L. Getchell 21 Oct., 64 

(Brevet Colonel 2 Apr., 1865.) 



Major. 

George A. Bolton 23 Nov. . 64 

(Brevet Lieut. Colonel2 Apr., 1865.) 

Captains. 

Herbert R. Sargent 03 Mar., 64 

Ebenezer S. K\ S April, 

(Brevet Major 2 Apr., It 

Isaac P. Fall 90 April, 

James Dean 8 July, 

Thomas P. Beala S3 Bept, 

Alvan D. Brock I 

J. Sumner Rogers 18 Oct., 

William B. Barker 10 X. -v.. 

Charles B. Rounds 28 June, 65 



First Lieutenants. 

Rob't A. Palmer, R. Q. J/20 Feb., 64 

Ellas Brookings, jr 21 April, 

Thomas Childs 14 Aug., 

(Brevet Captain 2 Apr., 1865.) 

Azro C Nibbard 4 Oct., 

George I. Brown 26 Oct., 

William H. II. Ware.... 29 Oct., 
Roseoe G. Rollins. Adj't.3\ Oct.. 

Alonzo Goff. 10 Feb., 65 

Beuiah P. Brackly 11 Feb., 

Voranus L. Coffin 1 May, 

A. B. Weaeott 22 June, 

Charles O. Brown 28 June, 

Charles W. Rollins 30 June, 

John P, tihehan, a. w. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



Second Lieut. Nathaniel H. Richer, June 22, 1865. 
Surgeou John D. Mitchell, September 6, 1864. 



Discharged, (17.) 

Colonel Thomas Hight, 5X1. \3., Z>. SI., July 2, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel Stephen C. Talboo. August 6, 1864. 
Captain Caleb H. Ellis, October 19, 16 
Captain Horace H. Burbank, May 15. 1865. 
Captain Ozias E. Bartlett, May 1 " 
Captain O'tancey O. Noycs, May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Lucius M. Coffin, April 29, 1864. 
First Lieut. Stephen D. Benson. December 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. Wilmot Whitehouse, January 12, 1865. 
Second Lieut. 5. W. Siphcrs, July 21, 1864. 
Second Lieut. !)<• Witt C. Morrill, November 2. 1864. 
Second Lieut. James A. Stanley, January 13, 
Second Lieut. George L. Hall, January 14. 1 - 
.Second Lieut. Charles O. Pendexter, May 15, 1865. 
Surgeon Preston Fisher, Novem! 

tnt Surgeon Albert S. French, July 6, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Richard B. Ricker, December 26, 1864. 



Died, (18.) 

Captain Albert If. Paclvird. May 16, 1864, of wounds received 
in action at Fredericksburg, Va. 

Captain Albion K. Wallace, killed in action at Spottsylvania, 
Hay 12, 1864. 

Captain James M. Williams, June 15, 1864, of wounds received 
in actional Coal Harbor, Va. 

Captain William II. Shoppee. July 2, 1864, of wounds received 
in action at Petersburg, Va. 

Captain Almon H. Gushee, killed in action before Petersburg. 
Va.. July 30. 1864. 

Captain William B. Courrier. August 25, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceive d in action at Petersburg, Va. 

Captain Joseph S. Harlow, kilkd inaction, September 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. William (>. Tibbetta, June 1, 1864, of wounds, 

'.vin Boston, July 7, 1864, of wounds received 
before Petersburg, Va. 

at Bvron C. Gilmore, killed in action before Peters- 
burg. Va.. July 30. 1864. 

First Lieut George W. Thompson, killed in action before Pe- 
tersburg. Va., July 30. 

First Lieut. JohnG. Whitten, killed in action near Petersburg, 
Va.. July 30. 1861 

First Lieut. William B. Allyn, Adft, August 1, 1864, of wounds 
received in action before Petersburg, Va. 

Second Lieut. Albert J. Snow, killed in action at Wilderness, 
Va.. v 

Second Lieut. Edwin S. Rogers, killed in action. June 7, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Charles A. Farrington, June 27, 1864. of wounds 
received in action at Coal Harbor. Va. 

Second Lieut. Hiram C Gage, killed in action before Peters- 
burg, Va., June 28. 1864. 

Second Lieut. William B. Pierce, October 2, 1864, at Colum- 
bia, S. C. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



50 



Second Lieutenants. 




IT mrjQ. Mitchell 2C April, 64 

A.Dickey 1 Jan., 65 

Joseph H. Beale 21 Jan., 

Alexander Crawford 5 Feb., 

James P. F. Tobey 4 May, 

- June, 

Kenry 0. Perry 28 June, 

Albion L. Durgin 28 June, 




Jewett McPherson 30 June, 




Surgeon. 




John H. Kimball 23 Sept., 64 




Assistant Surgeons. 




H»nry S. B. Smith 6 May, 64 

Sullivan D. Wiggen 13 Feb., 65 




Chaplain. 




George C. Crawford 22 April, 64 





Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

Note 2. —The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



60 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



THIRTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Au- 
gusta, Me., from March 3, 1864, to 
May 6, 1864, to serve three years. 
It was consolidated with the 3 1st 
Maine volunteers December 12, 
1864.) 

"SPOTTSYLVANIA," "NORTH ANNA," 
"COAL HARBOR,'' "PETERSBURG," 
"WKLDON RAILROAD," "POPLAR 
SPRING CHURCH," "HATCHER'S 

RUN." 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 



Captains. 

Herbert R. Sargent 23 Mar. , 64 

Ebcnezer S. Kyes 2 April, 

Isaac P. Fall 20 April, 

Horace II. Burbank 25 Mav, 

Thomas P. Beals 23 Sept., 

"William B. Barker 10 Nov., 

First Lieutenants. 

Charles B. Rounds 19 April, 64 

Wilmot Whitehouse 18 July, 

John G. WMtten 21 July, 

Thomas Childs 14 Aug., 

Second Lieutenants. 

James J. Chase*. 23 Mar., 64 

James A. Stanley 2 April, 

Henry G. Mitchell 26 April, 

George L. Hall 5 Mav, 

William B. Pierce 25 May, 

Surgeon. 

John H. Kimball 23 Sept., 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Henry S. B. Smith 6 May, 64 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (1.) 
First Lieut. Samuel A. James, September 10, 1864. 

Discharged, (15.) 

Colonel 11 F. Wentworth, October 18, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel John M. Brown, September 12, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel James L. Hunt, December 12, 1864. 
Major Arthur Deering, December 12, 1864. 
Captain Joseph 15. Hammond, September 23, 1864. 
Captain Seth B. Bryant, November 25, 1864. 
First Lieut. Stephen G. Dorman, August 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles W. Keyes, Septemb er 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles F. Burr, December 8, 1864. 
First Lieut. Caivin S. Haves, Adjt, December 12, 1864. 
First Lieut, John Hall, II. Q. A/., December 12, 1864. 
Second Lieut. James B. Currier, Juno 12, 1864. 
Second Lieut. James W. Goodrich, December 10, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry M. Bearce, March 30, 1865. 
Chaplain William A. Patten, December 12, 1864. 

Died, (6.) 

Captain William R. Ham, June 4, 1864, of wounds. 
Captain George II. Chadwell. August 29, 1864, of disease. 
First Lieut. Fred. S. Gurney, killed in action May 12, 1864. 
Pinrf Lieut Joseph E. Colby, June 26, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Silas M. Perkins, June 22 1864. 
Surgeon Clark L. Trafton, August 11, 1864, of disease. 

Missing, (2.) 

Captain Amos F. Noyes, since November 30, 1864. 
Captain M. L. M. Hussey, since November 30, 



* Discharged December 22, 1864. 
NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of consolidation. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



61 



COAST-GUARD BATTALION. 


Casualties. 


(This organization, composed of - 





companies, was organized at Bel- 




fast, Augusta, and K 


Promoted, (1.) 


] March 18, I8C4. to March 2, 




rre one, tn 


Captain Dumont Banker, April 10, 18G3, to Captain and C. S. 


It was mustered out 


by 




con. pany 




A. Id Company 


B, 




Ju! Company Gr, July 




ti. 1865. Companies E and F, July 




7, 16(13. Companies C and 1 1 




tember f>. 18<i.">, in accordance with 




orders from the War Department.) 




(No battles.) 






Lieutenant Colonel. 




# 


Major. 






Cnp'nins. 






.•r I* 3 Mar., 


M 




Oliver J. Couaut -J7 Apr., 






Thomas P. Hutchinson. . 






Charles F. King G Jan., 


83 




Charles H. Conant 6 Jan., 






Winslow Roberts S.] .Mar., 






James L. Hunt 2G Apr., 






First Lieutenants. 






Charles A. Barker 18 Mar.. 


84 




Frank Miliken "J7 Apr.. 






Andrew J. Gibson 1 






Samnel F. Stoddard, jr.. G Jan., 


65 




George 8. Smiley G Jan. , 






James J. Chase 7 Jan., 






George H. Boardman . ..23 Mar., 






Secojid Lieutenants. 






Gorttnm K. Hastings 18 


M 




Joseph!'. Hughes 30 June, 






Eli 11. Perry 7 July, 

Edwin Bickne*n 6 Jan., 






85 




Henry E. Sellers 7 Jan., 






Charles W. Keyes 20 Jan., 






Joseph A. Hobbs 23 Mar., 






Surgeon. 




t 


Assistant Surgeon. 






Chaplain. 







Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



62 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



UNASSIGNED COMPANIES. 

Thirty unassigned companies were 
organized in 1864 and 3865 for the 
terms of one and three years, of 
which twenty-five were assigned 
to different regiments of Maine in- 
fantry in the field. The following 
five companies remained indepen- 
dent to date of muster out : 

SEVENTH COMPANY. 

(This company was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, October 25, 1864, for 
one year, and mustered out of ser- 
vice" July 6, 1865.) 

(No battles.) 

Captain. 

Augustin Thompson 27 Oct., 64 

First Lieutenant. 

Henry Green 4 Nov., 64 

Second Lieutenant. 

Hollis B.Hill 25 Oct., 64 

NINTH COMPANY. 

(This company was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, January 21, 1865, for 
the mixed term of one and three 
years, and mustered out of service 
September 5, 1865.) 

(No battles.) 

Captain. 

Malcolm W. Long 19 Jan., 65 

First Lieutenant. 

'George H. Smith 25 Jan. , 65 

Second Lieutenant. 

John W. Hubbard 24 Jan., 65 

NINETEENTH COMPANY. 
I 
(This company was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, March 25, 1865. for 
the term of one year, and mustered 
out of service May 23, 1865.) 

(No battles.) 

Captain. 

Otis Gilmore 21 Mar., 65 



Casualties. 



MAINE INFANTRY. 



S3 



First Lieutenant. 




Charlea R.Rice 21 Mar., 65 




Second Lieutenant. 




James Davidson 21 Mar. , 65 


■ 


TWENTY-NINTH COMPANY. 




(This company was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, April 26, 1865, to 
serve oue year, and mnstered out 
of service May 19, 1865.) 




(No battles.) 




Captain. 


i 


Aaron Ring 25 Apr. , 65 




* First Lieutenant. 




Frederick D. Lovell 25 Apr., 65 




Second Lieutenant. 




T. Gilman Webster 25 Apr., 65 




THIRTIETH COMPANY. 




(This company was organized at Au- 
gusta, Maine, April 18, 1865, for 
the term of one year, and mustered 
out of service May 19, 1865.) 




(No battles.) 




Captain. 




Samuel L. Gilman 14 Apr., 65 


\ 


First Lieutenant. 




Frank E.Frye 21 Apr., 65 




Second Lieutenant. 




Damon Roberts 18 Apr. , 65 









Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out of each company. 



64 



NEW HAMPSHIRE CAVALRY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(Four companies of this regiment were 
organized at Concord and Manches- 
ter, N. EL, from October 24, 1861, 
to December 27, 1861, for three 
years, as a portion of the First 
Rhode Island (First New England) 
cavalry. Detached from that regi- 
ment January 7, 1864, to form a 
New Hampshire battalion of cav- 
alry. Eight companies wen or- 
ganized at Concord. N. II., from 
April 19, 1864, to July 29, 
three years, to which was added 
the New Hampshire cavalry bat- 
talion. Thia regiment remained in 
service until July 15, 1865, when it 
was mustered out by orders from 
the War Department.) 

(The following is the only official list 
of battles, in which this regiment 

• bore au honorable part, yet pub- 
lished in orders.) 



"OKORGIA LANDING,' 
"POUT HUDSON." 



BISLAND, 



Colonel. 

John L. Thompson 29 July , 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Benjamin F. Hutching. .. 1 April, 64 

Majors. 

Arnold Wymnu 18 Mar., 64 

Joseph F. Andrews 25 Jane, 

John A. Cuminiugs 29 July, 

Captains. 

Otis C. Wyatt 20 April, 64 

Pierce L. Wiggin 99 .April, 

Em T>. Parker 25 June, 

Benjamin F. Rackley... 8 July, 

Nathaniel II. Brown" 16 July, 

George T. Cram 21 July, 

George A. Robbina 17 April, 65 

"William H. Palmer* 1 May, 

First LJcutcnan's. 

Edward P. Abbott 20 April, 64 

Win. H. Moulton, R. C. 5-23 April, 

Frederick P. Stone 25 June, 

Charles E. Patrick B July, 

Geo, W. Towle, 7,'. Q. M 18 July, 

B. Oilman 10 Aug., 

George B. Smith 13 Ang., 

Frauk P. Cram 13 Aug., 

Philip Jones 18 Dee.. 

John Steele 10 Mar., 63 

Thomas C, Edwards 10 Mar., 

Frank C. Flynn 27 Mar., 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



Second Lieut. Samuel A. Lewis, April \ 
Second Lieut. James W. Henry, May J. 



Discharged, (8.) 

Captain Frank Allen. April 30, 1864. 

Captain George II. Rhodes, September 19. 1P64. 

Captain Augustus If. Bizby. November 9, 1864. 

d Henry B. Haley. March 31, > 
Captain Edward Vaughan, May 15, IBl 
First Lieut. George W. Estabrook, January 4, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles II. Kelley, January IS, 
Second Lieut. George H. Pressey, February 28, 1865. 



Expiration of term of service, (3.) 

Captain William P. Prentiss. January 16, 1865. 
First Lieut. George A. Robbins, December 17, 1864. 
First Lieut. George H. Thompson, January 16, 1865. 



Promoted, (4.) 

Captain David B. Nelson, December 2, 1861, to Major 1st 
regiment Rhode Island cavalry. 

Captain Stephen E. Bwett, August 4, 1862, to Major 1st regi- 
ment It bode Island cavalry. 

Second Lieut. Jacob B. Cook, February 14, 1863, to First 
Lieut, let regiment Rhode Island cavalry. 

Second Lieut. Leonard B. Pratt, November 1, 1863, to it C. S. 
1st regiment Rhode Island cavalry. 



Died, (7.) 

Captain William R. Ainsworth, killed in action, May 30, 1862. 
Captain Lorenzo D. Gore, killed October 31. 
Captain Robert P. Shapley, June 2. 1865, of die 
Second Lieut. John L. iviley. jr.. June 9, 1862, of di 
Second Lieut. Henry L. Xicola'i, killed iu action, March 17, 

1663. 
Second Lieut. Robert Campbell, killed in action, June 13, 

1864. 
Second Lieut. Vidal L. Thom, killed while on picket duty, 

July 18, 1864. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain John J. Prentiss. December 31, 1862. 
Secoud Lieut. Horatio Mclntyre, February 13, 1865. 



Transferred, (3.) 

Captain Joseph J. Gould, February 8, 1664, to 1st regiment 
Rhode Island cavalry. 



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Second Lieutenants. 

John P. Thompson 23 April, 64 

Oeear I. Convene 21 July, 

Woodbridge W. Tattle.. 10 

George W. Morrison 14 April, Go 

John S. Cilley 14 April, 

Surgeon. 
George W. Pierce 19 31 ar. , to 

Assistant Surgeons. 



Frederick A. Eldridge... I I 
Chaplain. 



Captain Willis C. Capron, February 12, 1864, to 1st regiment 

Kluidi' Island cavalry. (Dismissed as Captain Januarys, 
and ix-commissioned.) 

rnard Eilis\ February 12, 1864, to 1st regiment 
lthode island cavalry. 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Con- 
cord and Fort Constitution, N. H., 
as follows : Company A, May 26, 
1863, as 1st company New Hamp- 
shire heavy artillery, and assigned 
to the 1st regiment. Company B, 
August 18, 1863, as 2d company 
New Hampshire heavy artillery, 
and assigned to the 1st regiment. 
Companies C, D, E, F, G, H, I, 
K, and L, from September 2, 1864, 
to October 17, 1864. Companv M, 
September 26, 1861, as the 1st New 
Hampshire light artillery; the 
original members (non-veterans) 
were mustered out of service Sep- 
tember 28, 1864, and the veterans 
and recruits retained in service and 
assigned to 1st heavy artiUery No- 
vember 5, 1864, as company M — 
companies A, B, and M to serve 
three years, all others one and 
three years. Members of compa- 
nies C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, and 
L, whose term of service expired 
prior to October 1, 1865, were mus- 
tered out of service June 15, 1865 ; 
of company M, June 9, 1865, and 
the remaining veterans and re- 
cruits were consolidated into a 
battalion of two companies June 
10, 1865, and mustered out of ser- 
vice September 11, 1865, in accord- 
ance with orders from the War 
Department.) 



(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, isnot yet published in orders.) 



Captains. 



George P. Thyng 18 Oct., 64 

Benjamin F. Wells 14 Nov., 



First Lieutenants. 



["Lucius A. Buswell 18 Oct., 

Haskell P. Coffin 19 Oct., 

Frank G. Wentworth . . .26 Oct., 
Christopher W. Harrold.14 Nov. 



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Casualties. 

Resigned, (6.) 

Captain George A. Gerrisb, March 7, 1863. 
First Lieut. Levi F. Whiting, January 20, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Henry F. Conduct, June 2, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Orrin Taber, October 7, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Alden Quimby, December 8, 1864. 
Secon* Lieut. Moses P. Moulton, February 18, 1865. 

Discharged, (63.) 

Colonel Charles H. Long, June 15, 1865. 
Lieut. Colonel Ira McL. Barton, June 15, 1865. 
Major George A. Wainwright, June 15, 1865. 
Major Dexter G. Reed. June 15, 1865. 
Major Fred. M. Edgell, June 15, 1665. 
Captain George K. Dakin, June 9, 1865. 
Captain James O. Chandler, June 15, 1865. 
Captain George W. Colbath, June 15. 1665. 
Captain Robert S. Davis, June 15, 1865. 
Captain Daniel J.Flanders, June 15, 1865. 
Captain Alvah S. Libby, June 15, 1865. 
Captain Charles C. Shattuck, June 15, 1865. 
Captain Charles O. Bradley, June 15, 1865. 
Captain George C. Houghton, June 15, 1865. 
Captain Richard E. Welch, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Edwin H. Hobbs, June 21, 1863. 
First Lieut. John Wadleigh April 13, 1864. 
First Lieut. Ephraim Fiske, June 9, 1865, 
First Lieut. Ezra D. Cilley. June 9. 1865. 
First Lieut. James R. Carr, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. James G. Burns, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. William S. Pillsbury, Juno 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. William F. Thayer, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Joseph C. Clifford, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Plummer D. Watson, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Major A. Shaw, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Henry M. Mills, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. James H. Swain, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. WiUiam W. Ballard, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Clark Edwards, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Truman L. Heath, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. John C. Janness, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. William H. Shurtleff, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Charles L. Bailey, June 15, 1665. 
First Lieut. Stephen E. Twombly, June 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Paine Durkee, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Thomas J. Whittle, June 11, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Alexander V. Hitchcock, July 29, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Joseph Mills, June 8, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John R. Bean, June 9, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Asa D. Gilmore, June 9, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Moses O. Pearson, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Reuben Dodge, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Joseph T. S. Libbey, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Joseph H. Flagg, June 15, 1665. 
Second Lieut. Joseph I. ShaUies, June 35, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Melvin L. Ingalls, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Milton A. Taylor, June 15, 1865. 
Secoud Lieut. George H. Sears, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George W. Home, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Henry F. Hunt, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Prentiss H. Welcome, June 15. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Albert L. Holland. June 15, 1665. 
Second Lieut. Clark Stevens, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Chancy H. Green, June 15, 1865. 



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Second Lieutenants. 

Albert Miner, jr 19 Oct., 64 

Clarence S. Grev 20 Oct., 

Walter S.Bailey 14 Nov., 



Seeond Lieut. Henry A. Lawrence, June 15. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edward J. Wing, June 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William 0. Mahurin, June 15. 1865. 
Second Lieut. George E. Crummett, June 15, 1865. 
Surgeon Ezekiel Morrill, June 15, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Reuben W. Price, June 15, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Amos L. Bixby. June 15, 1865. 
Chaplain Charles W. Walker, June 15, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (3.) 

First Lieut. Oilman Stearns, October 4, 1864. 
First Lieut, W. M. Chamberlin, October 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John K. Piper, September 26, 1664. 

Promoted, (1.) 

First Lieut. John E. Johnson, Ii. Q. M., May 11, 1865, to Cap- 
tain and A. Q. M. 

Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. Samuel Webster, February 3, 1864, at Dover, N. H. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



SECOND REGIMENT.* 

(This regiment was organized at 
Portsmouth, N. H., from May 31, 
1861, to June 8, 1861, to serve three 
years. The members of the 17th 
N. H. infantry were transferred to 
this regiment April 16, 1863. The 
original members, except veterans, 
were mustered out of service June 
21, 1864 ; and the organization, 
composed of veterans and recruits, 
is stUl in service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Joab N. Patterson 22 June, 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John D. Cooper 23 June, 65 

Majors. 
Levi N. Converse 23 June, 65 



Captains. 

George T. Carter 30 June, 64 

Edward D. Bean 29 Nov., 

Edgar B. LeGro 29 Nov., 

Albert J. Hanson 29 Nov., 

Thomas E. Marshall 2 May, 65 

James J. Locke 21 June, 

Frank W. Morgan 21 June, 

Samuel F. Holbrook 23 June, 

Daniel W. Bohonon 4 July, 

Edward Clark .22 July, 

First Lieutenants. 

Abner F. Durgin, R.Q.M. 1 July, 64 
Charles E. PlaisUd,.4</j'£.30 Nov., 

Oilman T. Gould 18 Mar., 65 

Robert C. Sides 2 May, 

James W. Felt 7 June, 

Oliver M. Dame 24 June, 

Lewis Wood 24 June, 

Charles E. Jones 24 June, 

Alexander Frazer 24 June, 



Second Lieutenants. 

James H. Andrews 24 June, 65 

Benjamin F. Peters 22 July, 

William Williams 11 Aug., 

Surgeon. 
William P. Stone 5 Aug., 64 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (17.) 

Lieut, Colonel Frank S. Fisk, October 23, 1862. 
Captain Ichabod Pearl, August 12, 1861. 
Captain William O. Sides, August 14, 1861. 
Captain Thomas Snow, August 12, 1862. 
Captain Tileston A. Barker, September 1, 1862. 
Captain Samuel O. Burnham, June 15, 1863. 
Captain James E. Saunde,rs, May 30, 1865. 
First Lieut. Herbert B. Titus, July 1, 1862. 
First Lieut. Warren H. Pannenter, July 11, 1862. 
First Lieut. Fred. W. Cobb, September 2, 1862. 
First Lieut. Isaac N. Vesper, May 8, 1863. 
First Lieut, Edwin Richardson, May 11, 1865. 
First Lieut. Charles A. Lock, May 11, 1865. 
First Lieut. William D. Spaulding, May 14, 1865. 
First Lieut. Charles McGlauflin, May 22, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William II. Prescott, August 6, 1861. 
Chaplain George S. Barnes, in April 1863. 

Discharged, (11.) 

Captain Evarts W. Farr, October 5, 1862. 

Captain Hiram Rollins, November 1, 1862. 

Captain John S. Sides, January 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. Samuel G. Langley, Adj't, October 10, 1861. 

First Lieut. George W. Boyden, May 20, 1862. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Streeter, August 16, 1865. 

Second Lieut. A. B. Thompson, August 7, 1861. 

Second Lieut. Enoch G. Adams, in May 1864. 

Surgeon George H. Hubbard, September 30, 1861. 

Assistant Surgeon Oscar Worthly, September 17, 1862. 

Chaplain Henry E. Parker, August 5, 1862. 

Expiration of term of service, (28.) 

Colonel Edward L. Bailey, June 21, 1864. 

Lieut. Colonel James W. Carr, June 21, 1864. 

Major Samuel P. Sayles, June 21, 1864. 

Captain Harrison D. F. Young, June 21, 1864. 

Captain Hugh R. Richardson, June 21, 1864. 

Captain Albert M. Perkins, June 21, 1864. 

Captain George E. Sides, June 21, 1864. 

Captain David Steele, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Shute, R. Q. M., June. 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. Silas L. Hayward, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. George M. Shute, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. Frank C. Wesley, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. James H. Baker, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. Jacob Hall, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. William H. Colcord, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. Alvan S. Wiggin, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. Andrew G. Bracy, June 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. Hiram K. Ladd, June 21, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Robert Miller, June 21, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Thomas Lees, June 21, 1864. " 

Second Lieut. John W. Lord, June 21, 1864. 

Second Lieut. James H. Swain, June 21, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William Montgomery, June 21, 1864. 

Second Lieut. David M. Perkins, June 21. 1864. 

Second Lieut. John S. McDonald, June 21, j864. 

Second Lieut. Joseph H. Wilkinson, June 21, 1864. 

Surgeon James M. Merron, June 21, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Sylvanus Bunton, June 21, 1864. 



The 1st regiment of infantry was a three-months' organization. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



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Assistant Surgeons. 

William G. Stark 1 July, 04 

Wiilard C. Kempton 20 Aug., 05 

Chaplain. 

John W.Adams 8 Dec, 63 



September 10, 1861, 
Jf., June 9, 1862, to 



Promoted, (7.) 

Colonel Gilman Marstou, November 29, 1802, to Brigadier 

General. 
Captain Simon G. Griffin, October 29, 1861, to Lieut. Colonel 

6th regiment New Hampshire vols. 
First Lieut. John P. Godfrey, R. Q. M., 

to Captain and A. Q- M. 
First Lieut. Francis W. Perkins, R. Q. 

Captain and A. Q. AT. 
First Lieut. Center 11. Lawrence, Adft, October 7, 1862, to 

Captain and A. A. G. 
First Lieut. James A. Cook, R. Q. M., July 2, 1803, to Captain 

and A. C. S. 
Second Lieut. Charles Holmes, November 11, 1861, to Captain 

17th U. S. infantry. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

First Lieut. George W. Nixon, January 31, 1865. 
First Lieut. Henry A. Flint, February 4, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Rufus L. Bean, May 4, 1804. 

Died, (18.) 

Captain Ephraim Weston, December 9, 1861, of disease. 
Captain Leonard Drown, killed in action at Williamsburg, 

Va.. May 5, 1862. 
Captain Abial TV. Colby, May 13, 1862, of disease. 
Captain Joshua F. Littlefield, September 17, 1862, of wounds 

received in action. 
Captain Henry N. Metcalf, killed in action at Gettysburg, Pa., 

July 2, 1863. 
Captain Joseph A. Hubbard, killed in action at Gettysburg, 

Pa.. July 2, 1863. 
Captain James H. Piatt, killed in action at Drury's Bluff, Va., 

May 16. 1864. 
Captain George W. Gordon, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 

Va.. June 3, 1864. 
Captain William II. Smith, June 7, 1864, of wounds received 

in action at Coal Harbor, Va. 
First Lieut. Sylvester Rogers, killed in action at Bull Bun, 

Va., August 29, 1862. 
First Lieut. George TV. Roberts, killed in action at Gettysburg, 

Pa., Julv 2. 1863. 
First Lieut. William TV. Bollard, July 9, 1863, of wounds 

received in action at Gettysburg, Pa. 
First Lieut. Oscar A. Morar, July 31, 1863, of disease. 
First Lieut. Henry Hay ward, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 

Va., June 3, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Newton R. Moore, killed in action at Bull Run, 

Va., August 29, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles TV. Patch, July 2, 1863, of wounds 

received in action at Gettysburg, Pa. 
Second Lieut. Charles Victory, July 10, 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Gettysburg, Pa. 
Second Lieut. Edmund Dascomb, July 13, 1863, of wounds 

received in action at Gettysburg, Pa. 

Transferred, (1.) 
Captain John F. Holman, June 16, 1863, to Vet. Res. Corps. 

Missing, (3.) 

Major Josiah Stevens, jr.. since February 28. 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles W. Walker, since June 1, 1661. 
First Lieut. Henry R. Goodrich, since August 31, 1861, 



Note.— This regiment not being mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this register, its 
roster is made up to the 31st of August, ls65 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Con- 
cord, N. H., August 23, 1861, for 
three years. The original members 
were mustered out August 23, 1864, 
and the organization, composed of 
veterans and recruits, was retained 
in service until July 25, 1865, when 
it was mustered out in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment.) 

(The official list of battles, in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
JohnBedel 6 April, 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
James F. Randlett 15 Oct., Gi 

Major. 
William H. Tricky 17 Feb., 65 



Captains. 

Roger W. Woodbury ... 1 Jan., 65 

Charles A. White 1 Mar., 

James E. McCoy 3 Mar., 

George H. Giddings 3 Mar., 

John S. James 26 April, 

Michael P. Donley 26 April, 

J. Homer Edgerly, a. w. m. 
Joseph Ackerman, a. w. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Geo.B. Bingham, .R.Q.ilf. 16 Nov., 64 
Lemuel Jackman, Adj't' .19 Jan., G5 

Edwin N. Bowen 17 Feb., 

Frederick H. Tuttle 28 Feb., 

Jajnes W. Plaisted 2 Mar., 

Jesse C. Prishee 3 Mar., 

Arlon S. Atherton 1 April, 

Marquis L. Holt 26 April, 

Walter Mellish 26 April, 

Dustin Marshall 22 May, 



Second Lieutenants. 

William E. Hammett 1 Mar., 

George R. James 1 Mar., 

James Quinlan 26 April, 



Surgeon. 
Franklin B. Kimball 22 May, 65 



Casualties 



Resigned, (23.) 

Colonel Enoch Q. Fellows, June 26, 1862. 

Colonel John H. Jackson, February 24, 1864. 

Captain Israel B. Littlefield, April 1, 1862. 

Captain Robert C. Dow, June 22, 1862. 

Captain Welbce J. Butterfield, March 6, 1863. 

Captain Charles S. Burnham, December 6, 1863. 

Captain Rufus F. Clark, December 15, 1863. 

Captain George Strains, November 1, 1864. 

First Lieut. Alfred J. Hill, April 14, 1862. 

First Lieut. John F. Langley, July 3, 1862. 

First Lieut. Henry A, Marsh, December 30, 1862. 

First Lieut. William H. Cornelius, March 16, 1863. 

First Lieut. Joseph J. Donohoe, April 14, 1863. 

First Lieut. Andrew J. Fogg, May 8, 1863. 

First Lieut. Samuel M. Smith, June 13, 186 i. 

First Lieut. Daniel J. Flanders, July 2, 1863. 

Second Lieut. George W. Jackson, December 16, 1861. 

Second Lieut. William H. Miles, February 6, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Henry F. Hopkins, April 17, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Marshall P. Hawkins, November 28, 1863. 

Second Lieut. John M. Head, March 24, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Benjamin F. Eaton, October 1, 1862. 

Assistant Surgeon Daniel Farrar, May 4, 1863. 



Discharged, (19.) 



Captain Pierce L. Wiggin, April 14, 1862. 

Captain Charles F. Dunbar, June 22, 1862. 

Captain Thomas M. Jackson, August 8, 1863. 

Captain Gcorg". W. Emvions, September 18, 1863. 

Captain Henry C. Henderson, September 18, 1863. 

Captain Robert H. Allen, July 1, 1864. 

Captain David Wadsworth, September 24, 1864. 

Captain Jonah Libby, jr., October 19, 1864. 

Captain Ruthven W. Houghton, November 19, 1864. 

Captain Andrew J. Wadlie, February 10, 1865. 

First Lieut. Walter Cody, November 15, 1862. 

First Lieut. Arthur S. Nesmith, R. Q. M., November 29, 1862. 

First Lieut. Leonard F. Place, July 22, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles F. Brainard, August 10, 1863. 

First Lieut. Daniel Eldridge, May 21, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Joseph W. Akerman, July 28, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William Davis, September 4, 1865. 

Surgeon Albert A. Moulton, November 29, 1862. 

Assistant Surgeon Charles A. Burnham, September 22, 1864. 



Expiration of term of service, (10.) 



Captain John Korvin, August 23. 1864. 
Captain Henry S. Dow, October 7, 1864. 
Captain William H. Maxicell, January 1, 1865, 
Qaptaiu Orvin M. Dearborn. February 11, 1865. 
First Lieut. William L. Dodge, October 16, l^t>4. 
First Lieut. Eldridge J. Clopp, Adft, October 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. John M. Parker. November 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles S. Hagen, December 17, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Michael J. Connelly, October 16, 1864. 
Chaplain Henry Hill, August 20, 1664. 



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71 



Assistant Surgeons. 
George W. Manter, a. ic. m. 

Chaplain. 



Promoted, (2.) 

Captain Michael T. Donohoe, July 31, 1862, to Colonel 10th 

New Hampshire vols. 
First Lieut. John R. Hynes, R. Q. M., September 28, 1864, to 

Captain and A. Q. ft. 

Died, (14.) 

Lieut. Colonel Josiah J. Plumpton, killed in action, August 

16, 1864. 
Captain Ralph Carlton, killed in action. June 16, 1862. 
Captain Richard Ela, killed in action. May 13, 1864. 
Captain Henry C. Ayer, killed in action, May 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. John H. Thompson, August 27, 1862, of disease. 
First Lieut. Alvan II. Libby, Adj't, killed in action, July 18 

1863. 
First Lieut. Eugene J. Button, killed in action, May 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frank L. Morrill, July 12, 1864, of wounds. 
First Lieut. Simon N. Lamprey. August 16, T864, of wounds. 
First Lieut. John S. Bryant, May 23, 1865. of disease. 
Second Lieut, Darius K Scruton, August 8i 1862, of disease. 
Second Lieut. Joseph C. Wiggin, killed ia action, August 

21, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John H. Frederick, July 5, 1864. 
.Surgeon Andrew J. II. Buzzcll, March 28, 1865, of disease. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain John E. Wilbur, May 11, 1863. 

First Lieut. John II. Hitchcock, March 3, 1865. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY, 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Man- 
chester, N. H., September 18, 1861, 
for three years. The original mem- 
bers were mustered out September 
18, 1864, and the organization, com- 
posed of veterans and recruits, re- 
mained in service until August 23, 
1865, when mustered out, in accord- 
ance with orders from the War De- 
partment.) 

(The official list of battles, in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Cplonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Frank W. Parker 11 Feb., 65 

Major. 
George F. Towle 3 Feb., 65 



Captains. 

Frederick A. Kendall . ..27 Sept., 
John II. Roberta 14 Not., 

W. lluekius 14 Nov., 

Matthew Adams 27 Nov., 

Louis McD. llussey 14 Mar., 

Abner L. Kuowlton 14 Mar., 

V. Quimby 14 Mar., 

Edwin Whiti'ord. 10 May, 

Eleazar L. Sarsons, a. w. m. 



64 



65 



First Lieutenants. 

TimotyW.Challis,.4#7.. 6 Aug., 

Leonard A. Gay 26 Nov., 

Charles \V. Whiting 1 Dee., 

"William K. Norton 1 Jan., 

Samuel II. Prescott 14 Mar., 

Alfred Marland 14 Mar., 

Joseph Win- ate 14 .Mar., 

Lorenzo D. Huntress 11 May, 

Henry A. Mann, a. ic. m. 



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Casualties. 



Resigned, (19.) 

Captain Thompson L. Newell, December 16, 1861. 

Captain Jonathan R. Baglev. January 15, 1862. 

Captain Michael O'Flynn. October 2." - 

Captain Nathaniel II." Brown, October 6, 1862. 

Captain True Sanborn, jr., November ?. 

Captain Clarence L. Chapman, May 18 

First Lieut. William S. Pillsburv. October 20, 1861. 

First Lieut Charles O. Jettison, April 30, 

First Lieut. Charles ML Currier. June 11, 1863 

First Lieut. Henry W. Fuller, Adft, October 28, 1862. 

First Lieut. Harvey F. Wipgin, October 25. 1£ 

Second Lieut Charles W. Tilton, January \*'<. 

Second Lieut. Charles H. Drummer. March 21. 181 2. 

Second Lieut. Norman Bvrdick, November 12 

Second Lieut. Francis II. Davis. November 12, 1862. 

Surgeon Josiah C. Eastman, October ?. 

Chaplain Martin W, Willis. Janr. 

Chaplain Liberty Bti 

Chaplain William H. Thomas, June 29, 1864. 

Discharged, (19.) 

Colonel Thomas J. Whipple. March 18, 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Oilman E. 81 OOber 27, 1863. 

Captain Jasper G. Wallace, September 14, 1864. 

Captain William W. Mayne. September 14, 1864. 

Captain William 8. Parker, June 2. Lfi 

First Lieut. Charles W. Hard. March 2] 

First Lieut. Daniel Q. Cole. October 21 

Lieut Henry M. Hicks. September 14, 1964 
Lieut Amos L. Colburn, .\ i>64. 

First Lieut. Daniel (Hie. April 28, 1865. 

it Albert K. Tilton. R. Q. M.. May 15, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles II. Moore, May L5 

Second Lieut Rob 

Second Lieut. .John W. Brewster, September 14. 1864. 
Second Lieut. William 1). Stearns, September 14, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry S. Willey, October 15. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin R \ 'ember 5. 1864. 

son Charles ( 
Assistant Surgeon James 1'. Walker, November 2, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (8.) 

Lieut. Colonel Jeremiah D. Drew, September 14, 1864. 

in Joseph M. i (ember 18. l- 

Captain Richard O. Greenleaf, September 27, 1864. 
Captain Isaac W. Hobbs, November 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. Albert II. C. Jewett, August 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. Martin B. Richardson, September 18. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Matthew Adams, November 26. 1864. 
Surgeon George P. Greeley, October 23, 1864. 



Promoted, (3.) 



First Lieut. Henry W. Locke, June 25. 1864. to Captain and 

First Lieut. Charles A. Carleton, Adft, July 18, 1S64, to 

Captain and A. A. G. 
First Lieut. John L. Kelly, R. Q. -V., July 30, 1864, to Captain 

and A. Q. M. 



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Second Lieutenants. 




Dismissed, (5.) 


James F. Gillpatrick 1 Mar., 


63 


Captain Orrin Brown. January 2i 


♦Frank B. Hutchinson. .. 9 Oct., 




Captain William Badger. June 4 


Patrick Do wd 29 Mar. , 


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Captain Dacid O. Burleigh. June 4, lfi 


Benjamin F. Fogg 29 Mar., 




First Lieut. Andrew J. Edgerly, March 13. 1863. 


Eben Weed .. . .29 Mar., 




Second Lieut. Adclbert White, November 20, 1&62. 


John Fullerton, a. w. m. 




Died, (8.) 
Colonel Eouis Bell, January 16, 1663, of wounds received in 


Surgeon. 




action at Fort Fisher, N. '(.'. 
Major Charles W. Sawyer, June 21, 1664, of wounds received 


David P. Dearborn 22 Dec, 


64 


in action at Prury's Bluff. Va. 
Captain Ephraim C. Currier, August 12, 1662, of disease, at 

Beaufort, B 
First Lieut. Israel L. Drcia, November 6, 1661, of dii 


Assistant Surgeon. 




Annapolis, Mil. 

at Hiram C. Tuttle, February 7, 1663, of disease, at 


Henry F. Wardwell 12 May, 


63 


Concord. N. H. 
Second Lieut. Charles L. Brown, June 3, 1663, of di- 

Folly 1 
Second Lieut. Stephen A. Wentworth, killed in action at 


Chaplain. 




Deep Bottom. Va., August 15, 

■ on David L. M. Coinings. August 1, 1863, of 
MM, at Swanzey, N. EL 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 
* Prisoner of war since the battle of Drury's Bluff, Virginia, in May, 1864. 



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FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Con- 
cord. N. H., October 22, 1861, for 
three years. The original mem- 
bers were mustered out October 29, 
1864; and the organization, com- 
posed of veterans and recruits, con- 
solidated into nine companies, was 
retained in service until June 28, 
1865, when it was mastered out, in 
accordance with orders from the 
"War Department.) 



'FAIR OAKS.'" "PEACH ORCHARD," 
"SAVAGE STATION." "WHITE OAK 
SWAMP," " GLENDALE," " MAL- 
VERN HTM.." "antietam," "nu n- 
ERICKSBURG," " CHANCELLORS* 
VJI.I.K," "GETTYSBURG," "TOLO- 
POTOMOY." "COAL HARBOR," 
" PETERSBURG," "STRAWBERRY 
PLAINS,*' " DEEP BOTTOM," 

"REAM'S STATION." 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Welcome A. Crafts 13 Nov., 64 



Major. 



Captains. 

Augustus J. Hoitt 4 Nov., 64 

Jonathan C. S. Twitchell.l A I 

Henry S. Hilliard 7 Feb., 65 

O'Neil It. Twitehell 8 .Mar , 

Charles A. Hale 2 May, 

Asel B. Griggs 24 Jan., 65" 



First Lieute?icnts. 

Nathaniel F. Lowe 1 July, 63 

Ira T. Bronson 4 Nov., 64 

George F. Gnppey 4 Nov.. 

Rodney H. Ramsey 4 Nov., 

Theron A. Fair 4 Nov., 

James YV. Flood, Adj't ..22 Jan., 65 

.games C. Fallensbee 25 Jan., 

Charles II. Ellerbeek 5 Apr., 

Thomas Waxburton 11 Apr., 



Second Lieutenants. 



William Whitaker 5 May, 

Warren II. Fletcher 29 Nov., 

Elijah F. Maiden 7 Jan., 

Benjamin Howe 11 Jan., 



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Casualties. 



Resigned, (29.) 

Lieut. Colonel Samuel G. Langley, December 1, 1862. 

Major William W. Cook, July 17, 1862. 

Captain Richard R. Davis, July 25, 1862. 

Captain Ira McL. Barton, September 6, 1862. 

Captain Thomas J. Rice, September 10, 1862. 

Captain Charles H. Long, November 6, 1862. 

Captain Horace F. W. Pierce, Januarv 29, 1863. 

Captain Samuel S. Quinn, February 18, 1863. 

Captain Nathan H. Randlett, March 2, 1863. 

Captain John W. Bean, September 20, 1864. 

First Lieut Moses W. Rand. April 26, 1862. 

First Lieut. Stephen B. Twombley, May 10, 1862. 

First Lieut. Rinaldo R. Somes, June 10.' 

First Lieut. Dexter C. Reed, November 6, IS 

First Lieut. James W. Parks, January 13, 1863. 

First Lieut. Sumner E. Hard, May 28, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles Dodd, Adj't, June 14, 1863. 

First Lieut. William O. Lyl'ord, November 6, 1863. 

First Lieut Charles A. Hale, August 12, 1864. (Recommis- 

sioned, and present with regiment.) 
Second Lieut. Samuel F. Varncy, April 13, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Henry 15. Rendell, .September 6, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John W. Lawrence, October 23, 1862. 
Second Lieut. George W. George, March 7, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Thomas 11. Walker, June 11, 1863. 
Second Lieut. George C. Flanlers, Julv 24, If 
Second Litut. Issacher W. Smith, May 30, l£ 
Surgeon Luther M. Knight, May 18. 18 
Chaplain Elijah R. Wil.kins. June 18. 1862. 
Chaplain Milo M. Ransom. February :.0, 1863. 
DiscJiarged, (13.) 

Colonel Charles E. Hapgood, October 14. X864. 

Major Thomas I. Livermore, April 5. 1865. 

Captain Jacob \Y. Keller, January 26, 1864. 

Captain Jenvrin R. Graves, Deccmbc^O, 1864. (Discharged 

as Captain, April 20, 1S63, and recoramissioned.) 
Captain John R. McCrfllea, May E\ 
Captain John S. Rieker, May 15. 1865. 
First Lieut. Daniel B vember 15, 1863. 

First Lieut. John W. Crosby, July 24. 
First Lieut. Eiias H. MantOU, Adj't, October 22, n - 
First Lieut. Charles Jenkins, Adj't, February 10, 16 
First Lieut. John G. Simonds. May 25. - 
Second Lieut. Sampson W. Townsend, September 6, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John W. Spaulding, November 5, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (18.) 

Major James E. Larkin, October 29, 1864. 

Captain Albert G. Cummings, October 29, 1864. 

Captain O'Neil R. Twitehell, October 29, 1864. (Recommis- 

sioued, and present with regiment.) 
Captain Augustus 1). Sanborn. October 29. 1864. 
First Lieut Everett S. Fitch, October 29 
First Lieut. Joseph B. Fay, October 29. 1864. 
First Lieut Robert S. Dame, October ^9. 1864. 

nt. Edmund M. Webber. R. Q. M.. October 29, 1864. 
First Lieut. John A. Duren, October 29. 1864. 
First Lieut. William MeC.ee, December 22. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Wendell R. Cook, October 29, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Daniel Libby, October 29. 1864, 
Second Lieut. George Vose, October 29. 
Second Lieut. George L. llersum. October 29. 1864. 
Second Lieut. George S. Gove, October 29, 1864. 



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Isaac L. G ardner 9 Mar., 65 



Surgeon. 
William Childs 4 Nov., 64 

Assistant Surgeons. 
Don A. Robinson 25 Apr., 65 



Chaplain. 
BOai F. Dean 18 Feb., 64 



Second Lieut. Arthur N. Perkins, November 3, 1864. 
Surgeon John EL Bnckraan, October 29, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Charles M. Track, October 29, 1864. 

Promoted, (1.) 



First Lient George W. Ballock, July 29, 1862, to Captain 
and C. S. 

Died, (19.) 

Colonel Edward E. Cross, killed in action at Gettysburg, Fa., 
July 2 

Award E. Sturtevant, killed in action at Fredericks- 
burg, Va.. December 13, 

Captain John .Murray, killed iu action at Fredericksburg, Va., 

Captain Jamet 1'.. Perry, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 

\ ... I-- e mix ;• 13, I860. 
Captain William A. Moore, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 

Va.. December 13, 
Captain George F. Goodwin, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 

\ ,i.. Jane :• 
Captain Francis W. Butler, July 30, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action. 
Captain William Collins, April 29, 1865, of wounds received 

In ar- 

•nt Charles O. Ballon, killed in action at Fredericks 

burg. Va., December 13, 
First Lieut. Charles (). Baldwin, killed in action at Fred 

ericlubnrg, Va.. Deeember 13 
First Lient Cbariea F. Liscomb. January 6, 1864, of ( 
First Lient Ma*on W. Humphrey, killed in action, June 3 

First Lieut. George R. Shapliegh, killed in action at Peters 

burg, Va.. June 16 
First Lient Warren Ryder, killed in action at Farmville, Va. 

April 7 
Second Lieut. George F. Gray, killed at Sharpsburg, Md. 

Second Lieut. Charles W. Bean, October 19, 1862, of wounds 
Second Lieut. G e or g e F. Nettleton, killed in action at Fred 

eriekabnrg, Va., December 13, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Sam'l B. Little, December 24, 1862, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Ruel G. Austin, July 27, 1863, of wounds. 

Dismissed, (5.) 

Lieut. Colonel Richard E. Cross, August 4. 1S64. 
Captain Richard Welch, February 15. 
Captaiu Edmund Brown, February 15, 1862. 
First Lieut. Elijah W. Johnson, January 28, 1862. 
First Lieut. James B. David, February 15, 1862. 



NOTE.— Th-3 roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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SIXTH REGIMENT. 



Casualties. 



(This regiment was organized at 
Keene, N. EL, November 27, 1861, 
for three years. The original mem- 
bers were mustered out November 
27, 1864, and the organization, com- 
posed of veterans and recruits, was 
retained in service until July 17, 
1665, when it was mustered out, in 
!;i'.ice with orders from the 
War Department.) 

"CAMDEN," "BULL RUN," " CHAN- 
TILLY," "SOUTH MOUNTAIN," 
" ANTIETAM," " FREDERICKS- 

BURG*," "SIEGE OF VICKSBURG," 
'•JACKSON," " WILDERNESS," 

"<l'OTTSYLVANIA." NORTH AN- 
NA." 'COAL HARBOR," "PETERS- 
BURG," ■•HATCHER'S RUN," 
"TOl'LAR SPRING CHURCH." 



Colonel. 
Phin. P. Eixby 1 June, 65 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Samuel D. Quarles 16 June, 65 

Major. 
Robert L. Ela 16 June, 65 



Captains. 

Samuel G. Goodwin July, 

Matthew N. Greeuieaf . . . 7 Oct., 

John 8. Rowell 94 Jan., 

William H. Keay 24 Jan., 

Frederick P. Hardy '25 Jan., 

Henry J. Griffin 31 Jan.. 

Lyman Jackman 1 Mar., 

John W. Hazutcom 29 Mar., 

Juhn II. Pinkham lit June, 

Robert II. Potter '21 June, 



First Lieutenants. 



Resigned, (31.) 

Colonel Nelson Converse, March 8, 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Charles Scott, October 14, 1862. 

Major Obcd Dort, September 24, 1862. 

Captain George C. .Starkweather. January 29, 186& 

Captain Joseph Clark. April 14. 1862. 

Captain Ebenezer N. Converse, April 24, 1862. 

Captain Samuel P. Adams, July 30, 18 

Captain John B. Sanders, August 2. - 

Captain Oliver 11. P. Craig, October 15, 1862. 

Captain John W. Putnam, October 27. 1862. 

Captain C. Darwin Comings, October 31. 1862. 

Captain Dav id A. Titcomb, December 22, 1862. 

Captain John A. Cummi/igs, March 26, 1864. 

Captain Edward T. Adams, January 6. 1865. 

Captain Thomas J. Carlton, June 17, 1865. 

First Lieut. Jonas J. Nutting, April 21 

First Lieut. Andrew 

First Lieut. Amos D. Combs, August 2, 1862. 

Pint Lieut, Andrew J. Roberts, August 10, 1868. 

First Lieut. Jamt* P. Brooks, October 31 

First Lieut. Thomas P. Cheney. December 1, 1861 

First Lieut. Alonzo Nute, U. Q. M.. March 19, 1863. 

First Lieut. John II. Vanny. Januarys, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Comelltu 8. Gardiner, May .'. 
J Second Lieut. Hubbard S. Dudley, June 30, 
[ Second Lieut. Edward M. Emerw r 3, 1SG2. 

Second Lieut. Alfred L. Smith, Decern 

Second Lieut. Sebastian P. Getchell, August 26, 1864, 

Surgeon William A. Tracey. March 15, lc63. 

Chaplain Robert St in son. July 15. 1862. 

Chaplain John A. Hamilton, July 1, 1863. 



Discharged, (11.) 

Captain Isaiah A. Dustin. May 17, 18 

Captain 1 beodore Hanseom, November 27, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles P. Winch, Jnne 2J 

First Lieut. Charles J. Frown. November 4, 1864. 

• First Lieut. Orange B. ()ti>, Novembc 
Lieut Jonah George. October :: 
I Li ut. Ckewlet 11. Hull, January 13, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John Curtin, August 19, 
Second Lieut. George W. Oftgood, November 7, 1864. 

oitb, December 18. 
Second Lieut. Cyrus G. MeClure, December 18, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (4.) 

Captain Thomas II. Dearborn, > 1864. 

.i Jos/ah If. Jones, Novenil 
First Lieut. John 8. Smith. Adj'. Mai 
Surgeon Sherman Cooper, November 29, 1864. 



Gilmore McL. Houston, 

ft Q. M 16 Oct., 

Abraham Conn B Mar., 

Charles L. Clark 8 Mar., 

Kugsel Tyler 8 Mar., 

Sydney B. Higgins 12 

John A. Flam 19 June, 

Omar W. Cafe 19 June. 

Charles YV. Thurston. ..19 June, 
Frank Pierce 19 June, 



Promoted, (1.) 

Colonel Simon G. Griffin, May 12, 1864, to Brigadier General 

of vols. 

Died, (13.) 

Lieut. Colonel Henry EL Pearson, killed in action at the 
North Anna river, Va.. May 26, 1864. 
i Captain William K. Crosstield, killed in action July 30, 1864. 



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Second Lieutenants. 




Captain Adams K. Tilton, killed in action September 30. 1864. 








First Lieut. Thomas T. Moore, killed in action at Bull Run, 


James O. Smith 


.18 June, 


C5 


Va.. August 29, 1862. 


Henry P. Whittacker. - 


.18 June, 




First Lieut. Timothy K. Ames, killed in action at Bull Itun, 


AlvahHeald 


.18 June, 




Va.. AvgUI 


Charles (J. Chesley 


.18 June, 




First Lieut. Chavle* L. Fuller, September 14, 1862, of wounds 




.18 June, 




received in action at Bull Bun. Va. 


Addison G. Harmon 


.18 June, 




Fir^t Lieut. Grorgc II. Muchmorc, September 11, 1862, of 


Henry E. Badger 


.19 June, 




wounds received in action at Bull Bun. Va. 






First Lieut. Eli Wentworth, R. Q. M.. July 18, 1863, of dis- 








,it Vicksburg. Miss. 


Surgeon. 






Fir>t Lieut. George E. Upton, July 31, 1864, of wounds re- 








ceived in action near Petersburg, Va. 


James H. Noyes 


. 8 Jan., 


65 


Second Lieut. teott, killed in action at Bull Bun, 
Va,, Auu-ii- 


Assistant Surgeons. 




. Lieut. Hosea C. Clay, November 3, 1662, of disease, 
at New Vork city. 


Elihu P. Pierce 


.12 Mar., 


61 


Second Lieut. John M. Dodft, May 14 


Mar.-hall L. Brown 


.19 June, 


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Second Lieut. Joseph M. Shepard", killed June 9, 1864. 


Chaplain. 






Dismissed, (1.) 


John S. Dore 


.20 Nov., 


G3 


Second Lieut. Robert T. Brown, Novembers, 1863. 

Transferred, (2.) 

Captain Albert W. Hayes, September 20, 1863, to Veteran 

rve Corps. 
First Lieut. John L. Adams, March 14, 1863, to Veteran Re- 
Corps. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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NEW" HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(VETERAN.) 

(This regiment was organized at Man- 
chester, N. II., December 13, 1801, 
for three years. The original mem- 
bers were mustered out December 
22. 18G1, and the organization, com- 
posed of veteransand recruits, was 
retained in service until July 17, 
1865, when it was mustered out in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 



(The official list of battles, in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 

Joseph C. Abbott 17 Nov., 63 

(Brevet Brig. Gen. 5 Jan., 1865.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Augustus W. Rollins 6 Oct., 64 

Major. 
Jeremiah S. Durgin 26 Oct., 64 



Captains. 

John A. Coburn 2 Feb., 63 

Charles A. Lawrence. ... 2 Feb., 

Paul Whipple 2 Feb., 

Charles P. Denison 1 May, 

Groveuor A. Curtice 1 May, 

George F. MeCabe 9 May, 

Edwin D. Hand ' 15 June, 



First Lieutenants. 

Geo. S. Hanson, R. Q. If.12 Mar., 

John Green. Adjt 8 Dec, 

George F. Ilobie -24 Dec. , 

Calvin Brown 8 Jan. , 

Clement F. S. Aims 1 May, 

Charles B. Wallace 1 May, 

John A. Rand 1 May, 

George W. Dicy 1 May, 

James S. French 5 May, 

James M. Stavey 15 June, 



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Casualties. 



Resigned, (15.) 

Captain Jesse E. George, April 28, 1862. 
Captain Orlando Lawrence. October 27, 1862. 
Captain Joseph Treschl. July 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. David B. Currier, April 28, 1862. 
First Lieut. Alvah K. Potter, June 30, 1862. 
First Lieut. Samuel Williams, Julv 23. 1862. 
First Lieut. Oliver M. Clark, August 22, lr63. 
First Lieut. Timothy Dow, August 23, 1863. 
First Lieut. Heber J. Davis, April 4, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Frank G. Wentworth. June 3. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Calvin Shedd, December 31, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Francis Lovejoy, April 28. 1864. 
Surgeon William W. Brown, July 22, 1864. 

:t Surgeon William II. Smart. November 24, 1862. 
Assistant Surgeon Moses S. Wilson, June 10, 1864. 

Discharged, (5.) 

Captain Jonathan F. Cotton, February 6, 1864. 
First Lieut Francis White, December 29, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Joseph A. Jacobs, September 24, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Henry Boynton. January 24, 1864. 
Chaplain Joseph C. Emerson, January 20, 1865. 

Erpiratio-n of term of service, (16.) 

Captain Granville P. Mason. November 1, 1864. 
Captain Charles A. Hooper, December 22, 1864. 
Captain James M. Chase, December 22. 1864. 
Captain Charles Cain, December 22, 1864. 
Captain Fennel C. Ham, December 22, 1864. 
Captain Nathan M. Ames. December 22, 1864. 
Captain Leander W. Fog<r, December 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. William W. W. Walker, December. 22. 1864. 
Fir>t Lieut. William F. Spaulding, December 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Ferdinand Davis, December 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Robert Burt. December 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Hasan G. Dodge. December 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. William A. Hill, December 22, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Mansell Otis, December 22, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Jam°s A. Cobb, December 22, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George M. Chase, December 22, 1864. 

Promoted, (1.) 

First Lieut. Andrew H. Young, R. Q. AT., February 8, 1663, 
to Captain and A. Q. M. 

Died, (16.) 

Colonel Haldimand 8. Putnam, IB. P., £. <3., killed in the 

assault on Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863. 
Lieut. Colonel Thomas A. Henderson, August 18, 1864, of 

wounds received in action. 
Major Daniel Smith, August 26, 1862, at Dover, N. H., of 

disease. 
Captain Warren E. F. Brown, killed in the assault on Fort 

Wagner, July 18, 1863. 
Captain Henry B. Leavitt, July 22, 1863, of wounds received 

in action at Fort Wagner. 
Captain Jerome B. House. October 7, 1863, of wounds received 

in action at Fort Wagner. 
Fir<t Lieut. Virgil H. Gate, killed in the assault on Fort 

Wagner, July 18, 1863. 



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Second Lieutenants. 

George Roberts 17 Nov., 63 

Henry G. Lowell, 23 Mar., 64 

Surgeon. 
Sylvauus Bunton 2 Sept., 64 

Assistant Surg<on. 
George T. Perry 18 Sept., 64 



Chaplain. 



First Lieut. John H. Worcester, July 26, 1863, of wound* 

received in action at Fort Wagner. 
First Lieut. Ezra Davis, July 29, 1863, of wounds received 

in action at Fort Wagner. 
Fir-t Lieut George W. Taylor; killed in action at Olustee, 

Florida, February 20. 1 - 
First Lieut. Charles II. lark y, February 24, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 
Second Lieut. Henrv W. Baker, killed in the assault on Fort 

Wagner, July 18.' 
Second Lieut. Perlev B. Bryant, killed in the assault on Fort 

Wagner, July 18, 1863.' 
8 nd Lieut. Andrew J. Lawe, killed in the assault on Fort 

Wagner, July 18, 1863. 

onett, killed in the assault on Fort 

Wagner, July 18, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Trae W. Arlin, March 23, 1864, of wounds 

received inaction. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

Captain William C. Knowlton, Januarv 1, 1864. 

Captain Joseph E. Clifford, NoYember29, i- 

Pirrt Lieut. Henry G. Webber, Adjt., November 12, 1864. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
Note 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



EIGHTH REGIME XT. 
(.BATTALION OF.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Manchester, N. H.. from October 
25. 1861. to December 23, 1861, to 
serve three years. The original 
members were mustered out Jan- 
uary 18, 1865, by reason of expira- 
tion of term of service, and the 
veterans and recruits consolidated 
into a battalion of three companies, 
which is still in service.) 



(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, isnot yet published in orders.) 



Captains. 

James H. Landers 26 Oct., 63 

Dana W.King 9 Mar., 64 

James R. Newell 23 Aug., 

First Lieutenants. 

George B. Johnson 23 Aug., 64 

James H. Marshall 13 Nov., 

Charles A. Bowen, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Nelson H. Peterson 9 Mar., 64 

James F. W. Fletcher... 9 Mar., 
James L. Wheeler, a. w. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (27.) 

Major Merrill B. Smith, July 15. 1863. 
Captain Daniel M. Fisk, April 12, 1862. 
Captain Aaron G. Estabrook, August 29, 1862. 
Captain Benjamin F. Wells, January 3, 1863. 
Captain George F. Richardson. February 12, 1863. 
Captain Elphonzo G. Colby, May 5, 1863. 
Captain Henry II. Huse, September 22, 1863. 
Captain John M. Stanyan, October 16, 1863. 
Captain Nathan H. Pierce, February 25, 1864. 
First Lieut. Jacob C. Maine, March 3, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles A. Putney, R. Q. M., August 27, 1862. 
First Lieut. Alonzo W. Putney. December 4. 1862. 
First Lieut. Henry G. Cashing, March 8, 1863. 
First Lieut Charles II. Camp, August 6, 1863. 
First Lieut. Irving G. Wilkius, September 20, 1863. 
First Lieut. William B. Emerson, December 6, 1863. 
First Lieut. James M. Langley, February 26. 1864. 
First Lieut. Michael O'Grady, March 21, 1864. 
Second Lieut. James L. Hardy, December 31, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Cyius S. Burpee, December 31, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Nestor Haines, September 2, 1863. 
Second Lieut. William Jones, December 28, 1863. 
Second Lieut. George E. Messer. February 13, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Patrick Doherty. March 12, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John J. Nolan, July 28, 1865. 
Surgeon Samuel G. Dearborn, August 19, 1862. 
Surgeon Andrew J. Tliompson, June 13, 1863. Re-commis'd 
as surgeon September 5, 1864. 

Discharged, (9.) 

Captain William M. Barrett, October 29, 1863. 
Captain John K. Stokes. May 25. 1864. 
Captain Lvman Locke, August 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Orin M. Head, Adft. March 19. 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward K. Russ, August 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Tvler M. Shattuck, September 15, 1864. 
Second Lieut. "Newell O. Carr, May 27, 1864. 
Surgeon Ellery C. Clark, August 29, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon David P. Stowell, June 24, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (19.) 

Colonel Hawkes Fearing, January 18, 1865. 
Lieut. Colonel George A. Flanders, January 18, 1865. 
Major Thomas Connolly, January 18, 1865, 
Captain George S. Eayrs, January 18. 1865. 
Captain William J.Gannon, January 18, 1865. 
Captain Ezra B. Bell, January 18, 1865. 
Captain John H. Prescott. January 18, 1865. 
Captain Thomas C. Prescott, January 18, 1865. 
Captain Cornelius Hcaly, January 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. Daniel B. Newhall. January 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. Lawrence Foley, January 18. 1865. 
First Lieut. James Miles, January 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. William H Barnes. January 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. William A. Beckford. January 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. Elijah II. Blaidsdell, January 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. John C. French, January 18, 3865. 
First Lieut. Francis H. Connor. January 18, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles E. Rowe, January 18, 1865. 
Chaplain Daniel P. Cillev. January 18, 1865. 



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Surgeon. 
Andrew J. Thompson.. . 5 Sept, 64 



Promoted, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon HoseaH. Smith, August 7, 1863, to Surgeon 
First Louisiana cavalry. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Joseph J. Ladd, June 22, 1864. 

First Lieut. William E. Hubbard, October 25, 1862. 

Died, (9.) 

Lieut. Colonel Oliver W. Lull, killed in action at Port Hudson, 

La., May 27, 1863. 
Captain John Q. A. Warren, killed in action near Thibodeaux, 

October 27, 1862. 
Captain John Kelleher, killed in action at Georgia Landing, 

La., October 27, 1862. 
First Lieut Robert Sweeney, April 9, 1863, of disease at 

Berwick, La. 
First Lieut. George W. Thompson, killed in action at Port 

Hudson, La., May 29. 1863. 
First Lieut. Lvther T. Hosley, killed inaction at Port Hudson, 

La., June 14, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Joseph Wallis, killed in action at Port Hudson, 

La., June 14, 1863. 
Second Lieut. George S. Cobbs, killed in action near Alexan- 
dria, La., May 14. 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Charles A. Moulton, September 24, 1864, 

of disease at New Orleans, La. 



NOTE.^This battalion not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its roster is made up to 31st of August, 1865. 



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NINTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Con- 
cord. N. H., August 15, 1862. for 
three years. The original members 
were mustered out. and the recruits 
transferred to the 6th regiment New 
Hampshire Volunteers June 10, 
1863.) 

"SOUTH MOUNTAI.V." "ANTIETAM," 
"FREDERICKSBURG," " SIEGE OK 
VTCKSBURG," "JACKSON," "SPOTT- 
SYLVANIA," "NORTH ANNA," 
"COAL HARBOR," "PETERSBURG." 
"WELDON RAILROAD," "POPLAR 
SPRING CHURCH." 

Colond. 

Herbert B. Titus 25 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 

George H. Chandler 11 Oct., 63 

Captains. 

JohnB. Cooper 15 Aug., 62 

Andrew J. Hough 22 Nov., 

Asa T. Hutchinson 1 Jan., 63 

Ervin T. Case 31 July. 64 

Charles D. Copp 29 Aug., 

Edwin C. Babb 23 Feb., 65 

Benjamin R. Allen 25 Feb., 

Oscar D. Robinson 18 May, > 

First Lieutenants. 

Wm. Pitt Moses, R. Q. M . . 13 Nov. , 62 

Edwin Green 16 Apr., 63 

H. Baxter Quimby 15 Feb., 64 

Charles J. Simons 25 Feb., 65 

Jerome Kelley 25 Feb., 

Stacy W. Hall 25 Feb., 

Franklin J. Burnham . . .25 Feb., 

John Thompson 28 Mar., 

Charles J. Richards 28 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Henry E. Hubbard 16 Feb., 64 

George H. Drew 1 Mar., 

Surgeon. 

Francis N. Gibson 30 Jan. , 65 

Assistant Surgeons. 



Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (21.) 

Colonel Enoch R. Fellows. November 2, 1862. 

Captain Chester C Stevens, December 25, 1862. 

Captain Charles W. Edgerly, February 27, 1663. 

Captain Leonard H. Pillsbury, August 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. William S. Pillsbury October 9, 1862. 

First Lieut. Carlton B. Hutchins, 7? Q. M., November 22, 1862. 

First Lieut. Charles W. Tilton, December 5, 1862. 

First Lieut. Willard N. Harraden, January 11, 1663. 

First Lieut. Oliver P. Niwcomb, January 11, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles A. Harnden, July 19, 1863. 

First Lieut. Jacob Greene, April 23, 1864. 

First Lieut. S. Horace Perry, July 5, 1664. 

Second Lieut. Nelson N. Sawyer. September 27, 1862. 

Second Lieut. T. Melville Chisholm, October 9, 1862. 

Second Lieut. James N. Edminster, October 27, 1662. 

Second Lieut. Albert G. Merrill, December 22, 1862. 

Second Lieut. John Moonev, March 2, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Horace P. Rolfc. March 11, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Henry O. Sargent. December 22, 1863. 

Second Lieut. J. Leonard Harlow, December 19, 1864. 

Chaplain Edward M. Gushee, October 20, 1863. 

Discharged, (7.) 

Lieut. Colonel John W. Babbitt. December 5, 1664. 
Captain Ludo B. Little, October 4. 16(34. 
First Lieut. David F. Cheney, November 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. John E. Ma>om "March 9, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John Donovan, Februarv 16, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles W. Wilcox, May 15, 1865. 
Surgeon William A. Webster, January 5, 1865. 

Promoted, (3.) 

Captain Smith A. Whitfield. October 7, 1864, to Lieut. Colonel 
123d regiment U. S., C. T. 

First Lieut. William J. Brown, Adj't, October 3, 1864, to 
Major 18th regiment New Hampshire vols. 

Assistant Surgeon John S. Eunrson, April 15, 1665, to Sur- 
geon 16th regiment New Hampshire vols. 

Died, (13.) 

Major George W. Everett, August 27, 1863, of disease. 

Captain S. Judson Alexander, July 23. 1663, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Jackson. Miss. 

Captain Augustus S. Edgerly. killed in action May 6, 1864. 

Captain Orville Smith, killed in action May 12, 1864. 

Captain Andrew J. Stone, May 19. 1864, of wounds. 

Captain Daniel C. Bu-well. August 6. 1664. of wounds. 

First Lieut. Wm. N. Cook. Adj't, August 9, 1662. of disease. 

First Lieut. John G. Lewis, killed in action at Fredericksburg 
December 12, 1862. . 

First Lieut. S. Henry Sprague. August 16, 1863, of di» 

First Lieut. John C. Sampson, killed in action July '■•■ 

First Lieut. George W. Emery, killed in action Sept. 30, 1664. 

Second Lieut. George P. Sylvester. June 5, 1864, of wounds. 

Second Lieut. William D.Rice, killed in action September 
30, 1864. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Captain James Blaisdell, August 1, 1664. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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83 



TENTH REGIMENT. 

(ThiB regiment was organized at Man- 
chester, N. H., September 4, 1862, 
for three years. The original mem- 
brrs were mustered out June 21, 
1865, and the 'veterans and recruits 
transferred to the 2d regiment New 
Hampshire vols.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Michael T. Donohoe 5 Sept., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

John Coughlin 5 Sept., 62 

Major. 
Timothy B. Crowley 27 April, 63 

Captains. 

George W. Towle 12 Sept., 62 

Warren M. Kellcy 17 Sept., 

Patrick Doyle 9 June, 63 

John C. K»enan 19 July, 64 

Michael F. Corcoran 19 July, 

George II. L. Head 3U Nov., 

James A. Sanborn 1 Dec, 

Lawrence P. Larkin 1 Jan., 65 

George W. Chase 1 Mar., 

First Lieutenants. 

Foster Kimball. /?. Q.JT.,24 Nov.. 62 

David A. Worthley 30 Not., 64 

George W. Litt'.erield. . . 17 Dec, 

John B. Sargent 7 Jan.. G5 

Gilbert A. Tucker 28 Feb., 

Isaac C. Richardson 1 Mar., 

Morris Mathon 28 Mar., 

Samuel L. Mitchell, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Alfred G. Simons 30 Jan. , 64 

Surgeon. 
Horatio N. Small 20 Aug., 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Albert Plummer 12 Jan., 65 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (13.) 

Captain Aldrich B. Cook, January 9, 1863. 

Captain George II. Hubbard. June 9. 1863. 

First Lieut. Richard Cody, November 24, L862, 

First Lieut. James Welch. January 9, 1863. 

First Lieut. George E. Hodgdon, February 14, 1863. 

First Lieut. Michael Iforan, May 18, 1863 

First Lieut Charles Johnson, jr., July 29, 186.'5. 

First Lieut. George Edgecnmbe, August 6, 1863. 

Fir>t Lieut. Charlton W. Woodbury. December 22, 1863. 

First Lieut. John Faxon, July 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Ichabod S. Bartlett. January 1, 

Second Lieut. Charles II. Gardner, March 17, 1?(J3. 

Second Lieut. Alonzo L. Day, March 1, 1864. 

Discharged, (8.) 

Major Jesse F. Angell. October 19, 1864. 

Captain Cornelius W. Strain, September 19, 1864. 

First Lieut. Frank II. 8w< i I Octotx I 

Second Lieat Richard II. Short, January 14, 1864. 

Surgeon John Ferguson. August 15, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon John Haynes. June 30. 1863. 

Asi -'.nit Surgeon William W. Wilkins, July 21, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Thomas R. Clement, September 13, 1864. 

Promoted, (2.) 

First Lieut. William H. D. Cochrane, Adft, February 27, 

1863. tc Captain and A. Q 1£ 
First Lieut. Simon It. Marston, April 2, 1863, to Major and 

Paymaster, U. S. A. 

Died, (8.) 

Captain James Madden, killed in action near Petersburg, Va., 

June 16, 1864. 
Captain John M. Caswell, September 30, 1864, at Fortress 

Monroe, Va.. of wounds received in action. 
First Lieut John A. Eaton. May 27, 1864, of wounds received 

in action near Petersburg, Va. 
Fi'st Lieut. James Knott, killed in action at Coal Harbor, Va., 

June 3, 1864. 
First Lieut. Andrew W. Doe, killed in action near Petersburg, 

Va.. August 22, 1864. 
First Lieut Henry H. Emerson, killed in action at Fair Oaks, 

Va., October 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Daniel W. Russell, killed in action at Coal 

Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Henry J. Harwood, March 17, 1863, of 

disease, at Suffolk, Va. 

Dismissed, (9.) 

Captain Darius G. Harriman, January 16, 1863. 

Captain Thomas C. Trumbull, April 9, 1864. 

Captain John Hubbard, May 23, 1864. 

Captain John L. O'Brien, February 9, 1865. 

First Lieut. Thomas Sullivan, R. Q. M., November 24, 3F£2. 

First Lieut. Michael T. H. McGuire. January 5, 1864. 

First Lieut. Joseph J. Donohoe, Adft, April 28, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Cornelius Donohoe, November 23, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William P. Williams, February 3, 1865.. 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Con- 
cord, N. II. , September 2, 1862. 
The original members were mus- 
tered out, and the recruits trans- 
ferred to the Sixth Regiment New 
Hampshire Volunteers, June 4, 
1865.) 

"FREDERICKSBURG," "VICKSBURG." 
'•SIEGE OF KXOXVTLLK," "wiL- 
DEBjress," "SPOTT3YLVANIA." 
"NORTH ANNA," "COAL HARBOR," 
"PETERSBURG," "JACKSON", " 

"WKLDON RAILROAD." "POPLAR 
SPRING CHURCH," "HATCHERS 
RUN." 

Colonel. 
"Walter Harriman. 



.26 Jan., 64 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 
Evarts W. Farr 23 Sept., 63 

Captain* 

Hollis O. Dudley 26 Aug., 62 

Bewail D. Tilton 28 Aug.. 

Arthur C. Locke 18 Dec., 

Joseph 13. Clarke ] Mar., 64 

George N. Shepperd 31 Maw 

J. Leroy Bell 13 Aug., 

Levi Ne wall Sawyer 16 Oct. , 

J Charles E. Frost 1 Mar.. 65 

\ {Brevet Captain 6 July, 64 

Orlando \V. Dimniick .. . 6 Mar., 65 

First Lieutenants. 

Joseph A. Modica 18 Sept., 63 

Charles E. Everett 28 Jan., 64 

G. B. Johnsou, R. Q. M. 4 May, 

William A. Nason 29 Nov., 

Merrill Johnson 7 Dec, 

Ira G. Wilkins 10 Dec, 

R. Baxter Brown 10 Dec, 

William C. Wood 8 Jan., 65 

Charles E. Bartlett 27 Feb., 

Solomon Dodge, jr 25 Mar., 

Surgeon. 
John A. Hay eg 8 Jan., 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Charles M. Jones 8 Jan. , 65 

Chaplain. 



The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom med- 
als of honor have been awarded by 
the Secretary of War. 

Sergeant Henry W. Rowe. 



Casualties. 



Resigyied, (17.) 

Colonel Walter Harriman. June 27, 1863. (Recommis^ioned 

and present with regiment.) 
Captain Nathaniel Lowe, jr., October 11, 1862. (Recommis- 

sioned from civil life.) 
Captain Samuel M. Carr, January 29, 1863. 
Captain William B. Patten. April 22. 1864. 
Captain Nathaniel Lowe, jr., June 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. Austin W. Messer. September 29, 1802. 
First Lieut. B. Frank Rackley. December 22, 166J. 
First Lieut. James F. Briggs, R. Q. M., December 29, 1862. 

(Recommissioned from civil life.) 
First Lieut. Thomas L. Sanborn, February 23, 1863. 
First Lieut. Davi 1 C. Harriman. June 27, "1863. 
First Lieut. Henry W. Trombley. July 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. James F. Briggs, R. Q. M~. August 1, 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles R. Morrison. Adft., September 19, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Thorndike P. Heath, August 4, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Edward R. Hutchins. December 25, 1862. 
Chaplain Frank K. Straiton, May 5, 1863. 
Chaplain Edward T. Lyford, May 13, 1865. 

Discharged, (14.) 

Captain George E. Pingree, April 30, 1864. 

Captain Horace C. Bacon, June 11, 1864. 

Captain Charles Woodward, June 23. 1864. 

Captain J. Charles Currier, January 18. 1865. 

Captain Leander W. Cogswell, April '26. 1805. 

First I/ieut. John K. Cilley, April 8, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry G. Dillenback, July 22, 1864. 

First Lieut. Isaac H. Morrison, September 3. 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles Davis, jr., January 20. IE 

Second Lieut. Joseph H. Cram, February 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Allen II. George, June 23." 1864. 

Second Lieut. R. Freeman Sanborn. August 9, 1864. 

Second Lieut. John E. Cram. (Bvt. First Lieut., December 2, 

1864.) October 18. 1864. 
Surgeon Jonathan S. Ross, December 7, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon John C. W. Moore, October 11, 1864. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Captain Convers G. Morgan, April 10, 1803. 

Died, (6.) 

Lieut. Colonel Moses N. Collins, killed in action May 6. 1864. 
Captain Amos B. Shattuek. December 17, ]8o2, of wounds 

received in action at Fredericksburg. Va. 
First Lieut. Arthur E. Hutchins. kilted in action May 6, 1864. 
First Lieut. Hiram K. Little, July 4, 1864, of wounds" received 

in action. 
First Lieut. Jeremiah D. Lyford. December 9, 1864. of disease. 
Second Lieut. Frank S. Bean, November 25, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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85 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Con- 
cord, N. H., September 10, 1362, 
for three years. The original mem- 
bers were mustered out, and The re- 
cruits transferred to the second reg- 
iment New Hampshire Volunteers 
June 21, 1863.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is uot yet published in or- 
ders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thomas E. Barker 8 Oct., 

Major. 
Nathaniel Shackford 18 Nov., 

Captains. 

Edwin E. Bedee 14 Sept. , 

Hoses. Q. Sargent 4 Mar.. 

Jeremiah L. Sanborn ...20 July, 

John W. Johnson 20 July, 

A. St. Clair Smith 26 July, 

John H. Prescott 10 Sept., 

Andrew M. Heath 15 Jan.. 

Ephraim W. Ricker .9 Mar., 

Daniel W. Bohonon 17 Apr., 

First Lieutenants. 

Isaiah Winch, R. Q. AT., .28 Aug., 

Alonzo W. Jewett 4 Feb., 

George W. Hall 26 July, 

Edward L. Shepard 26 July, 

Mayhew ('. Batcbelder. .27 July, 

Ruins E. Gale, Adj't 23 Aug., 

George E. Worthen 9 Dec., 

Albert W. Bacheler 9 Mar., 

Edward F. Gordon 19 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 
Hadley B. Fowler 23 Aug., 



64 



6.', 



C.3 



62 



Assistant Surgeons. 
Samuel P. Carbee 1 Nov., 63 

Chaplain. 
Josiah B. Higgins 25 Mar. , 65 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (12.) 

Captain Charles W. Chase, April 19, 1863. 

Captain Blake Fowler, May 10, 1863. 

Captain James W. Saunders, May 19, 1865. 

Fir.^t Lieut. John M. Emerson, December 20. 1862. 

First Lieut. Sylvauus Smith, February 3, 1863. 

First Lieut. Daniel S. Bedee, Adj't, May 15, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles E. Marsh. October 21, 1863. 

First Lieut. Bradbury M. Morrill. November 11, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles F. Towle, June 9, 1865. 

Second Lieut. George L. Batcbelder, January 26, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Nathan Chesley, February 7. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Josiah H. Prescott, September 14, 1863. 

Discharged, (18.) 
Lieut. Colonel John F. Marsh, February 5, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel George D. Savage, May 28, 1864. 
Major John F. Langlev, Augunt 1, 1864. 
Captain Andrew J. Huntoou, June 15, 1864. 
Captain Silas May, June J 7. 1864. 
Captain Joseph W. Lang, August 19, 1864. 
Captain James T. Smith. September 22, 1864. 
Caj.tain William H. II. IVrnal. December 7, 1864. 
Captain Asa W. Bartlett, March 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. David E. Everett, January 29, 1863. 
First Lieut. James M. York, February 10, 1863. 
First Lieut. William F. Dana, June 10, 1863. 
First Lieut. Joseph 8. Tilton, October 29. 1863. 
Firsr Lieut. Horace Edgerly, June 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. John P. Lane, April 28, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William W. Stevens, April 5, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Joseph A. Fellows, September 17. 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon John H. Sanborn, July 21, 1664. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Colonel Joseph H Potter, <LZJ. $)., £. 3., May 13, 1865, to 
Brigadier General of v 

Died, (10.) 

Captain Moses H. Savage, killed in action, May 3, 1863. 

Captain Orlando W. Keyes, killed in action. Mav 3, 1863. 

First Lieut. Henry A. L.' French, killed in action, July 2, 1863. 

First Lieut. Gorham P. Dunn, killed in action at Coal Har 
bor, Va., June 3, 1864. 

First Lieut. Joseph K. Whittier, killed in action at Coal Har- 
bor, Va., June 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. George S. Cram, killed in action, May 3, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William P. Ham, June 15, 1864, of wounds 
received in action at Coal Harbor, Va. 

Second Lieut. Charles S. Emery, August 1, 1864, of wounds 
received in action at Coal Harbor, Va. 

Assistant Surgeon Charles W.Hunt, August 24, 1863, of disease. 

Chaplain Thomas L. Ambrose, August 20, 1864, of wounds 
received near Petersburg. Va. 

Dismissed, (4.) 
Captain J. Ware Butterfield, November 17, 1862. 
Captain John L. P. Whipple, August 24, 1863. 
First Lieut. John S. Veasey, February 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. Abrain H. Milliken, August 17, 1864. 

Transferred, (1.) 
Captain John M. Durgin, January 4, 1864, to Veteran Re- 
serve Corps. 



Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Concord, N. H., September 20, 
1862, for three years. The orig- 
inal members were mustered out, 
June 21, 18G5, and the remaining 
men transferred to the 2d regiment 
New Hampshire vols.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Aaron F. Stevens 23 Sept., 62 

(Brevet Brig. Gen. 8 Dec, 1S64.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Normand Smith 2 Nov., 64 

Major. 
Nathan D. Stoodley 2 Nov., 64 

Captains. 

George Farr 19 Sept., 62 

Matthew T. Bettou 20 S< pt., 

George A. Bruce, 7 June, 64 

James M. Durell 19 July, 

Marshal Sanders 19 July, 

Rufus P. Stauiels 22 Jujy, 

Charles II. Curtis 3 Nov., 

Lewis P. Wilson 11 Jan., 65 

Hubbard W. Hall 9 Mar. , 

First Lieutenants. 

Henry II. Murray 29 July, 63 

Charles B. Gafnev 30 July, 

M. L. Morrison, R. Q. M. .26 Aug., 

William J. Ladd 7 June, 64 

George W. Ferguson 3 Sept., 

Royal B. Prescott 3 Nov., 

Andrew J. Sherman 4 Nov.. 

Luciu.s C Oliver 9 Mar., 63 

Milton H. Hardy 9 Mar. , 

George H. Taggard 5 June, 

Seco7id Lieutenants. 

William II. McC'onuey . . .29 July, 63 
Henry B. Wheeler 4 Aug., 64 

Surgeon. 

Samuel A. Richardson. .. 1 April, 63 

Assistant Surgeo7is. 
John C Emery 6 April, 65 



Chaplain. 



\ Casualties. 



Resigned, (10.) 

Lieut, Colonel George Bowers, May 31. 1863. 

Lieut. Colonel Jacob J. Storer. May 33, J £64. 

Lieut. Colonel William Grantman. "October 16. 1864. 

Captain Luther M. Wright, December 28. 1862. 

Captain Charles O Bradley. June 9. 1864. 

First Lieut. Alfred S. Smith. November 18. 1862. 

First Lieut. Edward Kiiburn. January 24. 1863. 

First Lieut. Person C Cheney. R. Q. M., August 8, ]863. 

First Lieut, Oliver M Sawyer March 10, i865. 

Chaplain George G. Jones, May 9, 1865. 



Discharged, (16.) 

First Lieut. Albe Holmes. February 19. 1863. 
First Lieut. George H. Gillis, Adft, March 23, 1863. 
First Lieut Major A. Shaw, April 29, 1863. 
First Lieut. Nathaniel J. Coffin. June 9. 1863. 
First Lieut. William II. II. Young. February 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. Jonathan Dustin. October 1, 1864. 
First Lieut. Nathan B. Boutwell. Adft, May 5, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edward Parker. Mav 31, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles M. Kittredge. November 3, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles C. Favor, September 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. S. Millet Thompson. October 4, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Hem v Churchill. March 1, 1865. 
Surgeon George B. Twitched, March 21, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Horatio N. Small, August 27, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon John Sullivan. August 16, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Ezckid Morrill, November 20, 1864. 



Ezpiration of term of service, (1.) 
Captain George W. Julian, February 1, 1865. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Captain Bnel C. Carter, May 17, 1864, to A. Q. M., with rank 
of Captain. 

Died, (5.) 

Captain Lewis H. Buzzell, killed in action. May 3, 1863. 
Captain EUsha E. Dodge, June 22. 1864. of wounds. 

Captain Gustavus A. Forbush, killed in action, September 

29, 1864. 
Captain Enoch W. Goss, killed in action at Fair Oaks, Va.. 

October 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. Robert R. Thompson, killed in action, September 

29. 1864. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, \&>o. 
Note 2 —The ro#rr of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



8T 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Con- 
cord, New Hampshire, September 
24, 1862, to serve three years. It 
was mustered out of service July 8, 
1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Oliver H. Marston 18 April, 65 

Major. 
Flavel L. Tolman 13 Dec. , 64 

Captains. 

Caleb W. Hodgdon 2 Oct., 62 

Ira Berry 8 Dec. 63 

Charles P. Hall 26 Feb., 64 

William Cobliegh 1 Dec, 

George P. Blanchurd 1 Dec, 

David A. McCurdy 21 Dec, 

John N. Brace 22 Feb., 65 

John W. Sturtevant 1 Mar., 



First Lieutenants. 

C. F. Webster, R. Q. At.. 23 Sept., 62 

Franklin Wheeler 1 Dec, 

Marcus M. Holmes 2 Dec, 

Albert F. Hussey 2 Dec, 

L. Warren Wright, Adft.ll Jan., 65 

Charles G. Howard 12 Jan., 

George D. Richardson. ..12 Jan., 

Asa W. Richardson 30 Jan., 

John L. King 1 Mar., 

Charles O. Cragin 1 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Russell F. Smith 26 Feb., 64 

James W. Russell 30 Jan., 65 

Octavius C. Mason 1 Mar., 

James H. Hunt 2 May, 

Surgeon. 

William H. Thayer 19 Sept., 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Marshall Perkins 24 Sept., 62 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (11.) 

Colonel Robert Wilson. September 6, 1864. 
Captain Sylvester M. Bugbee. December 17, 1862. 
Captain Fueedom M. Rhodes, July 23, 1863. 
Captain John J. Johnson, November 3, 1863. 
First Lieut. Artemas M. Adams, April 5, 1863. 
First Lieut. William A. Heard, October 15, 1863. 
First Lieut. William H. Brvant, May 20, 1S64. 
Second Lieut. John N. Brown, March 17, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Spencer L. Bailey, March 18, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John E. Willis. September 16, 1863. 
Chaplain Elihu T. Rowe. July 25, 1863. 

Discltarged, (11.) 

Colonel Carroll D. Wright, March 6. 1865. 
Lieut. Colonel Tileston A. Barker, February 3, 1865. 
Captain Frank T. Barker, April 21. 1864. 
Captain Theodore A. Ripley, May 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. Stephen Phelps, January 20, 1864. 
Fir.^t Lieut. Charlrs E. Holbrook, April 23. 1864. 
First Lieut Walter II. Sergent. January 18, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Norman Bowe, November 3, lSb'3. 
Second Lieut. Ilenrv E. Barrett, March 22, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Elbri'dge D. Hadley, December 21, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry P. Page, May 15, 1865. 

Promoted, (3.) 

Major Samuel A. Duncan, September 10, 1863, to Colonel 

4th regiment U. S. C. T. 
Captain Solon A. Carter, July 23, 1864, to Captain and A. AG. 
First Lieut St, irks Fellows, September 4, 1863, to Lieut. 

Colonel 2d regiment U. S. C. T. 

Died, (121) 

Colonel Alexander Gardiner, October 7, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Opequan, Va. 

Captain Nathaniel L. Chandler, September 11, 1864, of dis- 
ease. 

Captain William H. Chaffin, killed in action at Opequan, Va., 
September 19, 1864. 

Captain William A. Fosgate, killed in action at Opequan, Va., 
September 19, 1864. 

First Lieut. Jason D. Snell, April 26, 1864, of disease. 

First Lieut. Henry S. Paul, killed in action at Opequan, Va., 
September 19, 1864. 

First Lieut. Jesse A. Fisk, killed in action at Opequan, Va., 
September 19, 1864. 

First Lieut. George H. Stone, September 25, 1864, of wounds 
received in action at Opequan, Va. 

Second Lieut. Dudley J. Pili>burg. August 11, 1863, of disease. 

Second Lieut. Artemas B. Colbuin, .September 19, 1864, of 
wounds received in action at Opequan, Va. 

Second Lieut. Moulton S. Webster, November 5, 1864, at 
Sandwich, N. H. 

Assistant Surgeon Franklin C. Weeks,March 28, 1864, of disease. 

Dismissed, (4.) 

Captain William E. Buntin, September 25, 1863. 
Captain Amos D. Coombs, December 28, 1863. 
First Lieut. Albert H. Sawyer, September 25, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Edward B. Howard, May 1, 1865. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Concord, N. H., from October 6, 
1862, to October 16, 1862, to serve 
nine months. It was mustered out 
by reason of expiration of term of 
service, August 13, 1863, at Con- 
cord, N. H.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

John W. Kingman 28 Oct. , 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry TV. Blair 8 Apr., 63 



Major. 
. JohnAldrich 8 Apr., 63 

Captains. 

JohnW. Ela 8 Oct., 62 

Moses Lang 8 Oct., 

Jonathan H. Johnson ...11 Oct., 

Jacob B. Sanborn 11 Oct., 

William E. Stearns 22 Oct., 

Lewis W. Osgood 22 Oct., 

George E. Pinkham 28 Oct., 

Benjamin F. Hall G Nov., 

William Gordon 12 Nov., 

Thomas Cogswell, jr 8 Apr., 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Ira A. Moody, R. Q. M.. 4 Oct., 02 

Henry D. Wyatt 8 Oct., 

Charles S. Hazeltone 8 Oct., 

Jere. E. Chadwick 8 Oct., 

James F. Parker 9 Oct., 

Elbridge G. Wood 16 Oct., 

E. E. Pinkham, Adj't ...21 Oct., 

Alfred B. Seavey 6 Nov., 

Sylvester Martin 12 Nov., 

James D. Moore 1 8 Jan. , 63 

Joseph G. Ayers 1 Mar., 

John B. Hendley € Apr., 

Second Lieutenants. 

James A. Page 8 Oct., 62 

Alvin C. Bean 8 Oct., 

Stephen P. Colby 10 Oct., 

Woodbury M. Durgin...ll Oct., 

Washington Perkins 11 Oct., 

Wallace T. Larkiu 16 Oct., 

Francis A. Wood 22 Oct. , 

John O. Wallingford 18 Jan., 63 

Charles W. Pickering, a. to. m. 
Christopher C. Pickering, a. w. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 



Lieut. Colonel George W. Frost, February 14, 1863. 
First Lieut. Alvah M. Kimball, January 19, 1863. 
First Lieut. Thomas M. Huse, February 23, 1863. 
Surgeon Jeremiah F. Hall, January 19, 1863. 



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89 



Surgeon. 




CarlH. Horsch 11 Feb., 63 




Assistant Surgeons. 




Benjamin N. Towle. . .•. .15 Oct., 62 
Joseph E. Janvrin 1 Dec, 




Chaplain. 




Edwin M. Wheelock 5 Nov., 62 





Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



90 



NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Con- 
cord, N. H., October 24, 1862, to 
serve nine months, and mustered 
out August 20, 1863. by reason of 
expiration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
James Pike 22 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry W. Fuller 15 Nov., 62 

Major. 
Samuel Davis, jr 12 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

EliasF. Smith..*. 16 Oct., 62 

Aaron A. Clark 18 Occ, 

Charles H. Woods 23 Oct., 

Daniel E. Howard »24 Oct., 

George W. Bosworth ...27 Oct., 

Albert J. Hersey . . N . 29 Oct., 

Joseph H. Thacher 13 Nov., 

Jonathan P. Sanborn 22 Nov., 

John L. Rice 2 Dec, 

First Lieutenants. 
Albert H. Drown, R.Q.M. 10 Oct., 62 

Bela Sawver 16 Oct., 

Henry M. Mills 18 Oct., 

B. Allen Ballon 22 Oct., 

Proctor D. Ward 23 Oct., 

Judson Wilkius 23 Oct., 

Luth.T.Townseud,^4;'*M3 Nov., 

Edgar E. Adams 14 Nov., 

Albert W. Wiggin 1 Mar., 63 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles S. Cooper 16 Oct., 62 

Edward J. O. Donnell ..18 Oct., 

Robert S. Davis 24 Oct., 

Martin L. Colburu 24 Oct., 

William A. Haven 13 Nov., 

Brooks K. Webber 14 Nov., 

Philip C. Bean 19 Nov., 

Reuben B. Porter C Mar., 63 

Alvah S. Libby 16 Apr., 

Frank B. Modica lb July, 

Surgeon. 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Cyrus M. Fisk 10 Nov., 62 

*Hubert Sleeper. 18 Mar. , 63 

Cliaplain. 
Ralza M. Manly 22 Nov., 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



First Lieut. Oramus W. Burnham, February 13, 1863. 
Surgeon Thomas Sanborn, June 13, 1863. 



Discharged, (1.) 
First Lieut David E. Burbank, July, 1863. 



Promoted, (1.) 

First Lieut Charles H. Herbert, November 29, 1862. to Cap- 
tain, and C. S. , 



Died, (5.) 

Captain Daniel Buffum, June 19, 1863, of disease, at New 

Orleans, La. 
First Lieut. George T. Wilds. April 20, 1863. at New Orleans, 

La. 
Second Lieut. Prescott Jones. January 11. 1863, of disease. 
Second Lifut. John S. Baker, March 17, 1863, of disease, at 

Carrolton. La. 
Assistant Surgeon Sylvester Campbell, February 6. 1863. at 

Camp Mansfield. 



x Prisoner of war at date of muster out of regiment. 
NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY. 



91 



* EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF.) 

(1 his regiment was organized at Con- 
cord, N. H., from September 13, 

• 18G4, to April 4. 1865, for one and 
three years. Members whose term 
of service expired previous to Octo- 
ber 1, 1865, were mustered out May 
6, 1865, and June 10, 1865. The re- 
maining members were consolida- 
ted'into a battalion of three compa- 
nies, and remained in service until 
July 29, 1865, when they were dis- 
charged, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders. ) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Joseph M. Clough 18 Oct., 64 

Major. 



Captains. 

Willis G. C. Kimball.... 13 Feb., 

Silas F. Lcarnard 7 Mar., 

Benjamin B. Thompson. .22 Mar., 

First Lieutenants. 

Sam'l S. Caswell, Adj't. . 5 Nov., 

Clarion II. Kimball 13 Feb., 

Washington Perkins 7 Mar., 

F. L. Dodge 82 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Thomas F. Dodge 6 Mar., 

Robert K. Flanders 7 Mar., 



65 



05 



Surgeon. 
John S. Emerson 16 Apr. , 65 

Assistant Surgeons. 
A. Warner Shephard 18 Dec, 64 

Chaplain. 
Anthony C. Hardy 24 Apr., 65 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (27.) 

Colonel Thomas L. Livermore, June 24, 1865. 
Major Alvah K. Potter, June 24, 1865. 
Captain John A. Colby, May 6, 1865. 
Captain Augustus P.. Fanner. June 10, 1865. 
Captain Elias F. Smith, June 10. 1665. 
Captain John O. Wallingford. June 10. 1865. 
Captain William S. Greenough. June 10, 1865. 
Captain William A. Gile. June 10. 1865. 
Captain George W. Beeworth, June 10,1865. 
First Lieut. Samuel H. Dow, March 16, 1865. 
First Lieut. George F. Hobbs, Adj't, March 18, 1865. 
First Lieut, Henry S. Brown, May 6, 1865. 
First Lieut. Moses F. Cate, R.Q.M.. June 7, 1865. 
First Lieut. Hiram K. Ladd, June 10, 1865. 
First Lieut. Reuben B. Porter, June 10, 1865. 
First Lieut. William A. Haven. June 10, 1865. 
First Lieut. David C. Harriinan, June 10, 1865. 
First Lieut. Oliver A. Gibbs, June 10, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George H. Thorn, March 12. 1865. 
Second Lieut Edward Nettletou, May 6, 1S65. 
Second Lieut. Joseph H. Cram. June 10, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles L. Porter, June 10. 1865. 

1 Lieut. Wilson Gray, June JO, -1865. 
Second Lieut. John Underbill, June 10, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George S. Whitney, June 10, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Henry P. Gage, June 10, 18i-'o. 
Second Lieut. Edward K. White, July 3, 1865. 

Died, (1.) 

Major William J. Brown, killed in action near Fort Stead- 
man, Va., March 29, 1865. 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 

" Of the 17th regiment only two companies were organized, which were transferred to the 2d New 
Hampshire vols. 



92 



VERMONT CAVALRY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF.) 

(This regiment, originally composed 
of ten companies, was organized 
at Burlington, Vt., November 19, 
1861, for three years. Two addi- 
tional companies (L and M) were 
organized at St. Albans and Bur- 
lington, Vt., September 29 and De- 
cember 30, 1862. The original mem- 
bers (except veter s) were mustered 
out November 18, 1864, by reason 
of expiration of term of service, 
and the veterans and recruits, con- 
solidated into a battalion of six 
companies June 22, 1865, and re- 
tained in service until August 9, 
1865, when it was mustered out in 
accordance with orders- from the 
"War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
William G. Cum m in gs . . 1 June, 65 

Major. 
John H. Hazelton 1 June, 65 



Captains. • 

Mason A. Stone 18 Nov., 64 

Harris B. Mitchell 18 Nov., 

EbenezerK. Sibley 23 Mar., 65 

Alvah R. Haswell 24 May, 

Clarke P. Stone, a. w. m. 
Emmett Mather, a. w. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

James Kinehan 6 Dec, 64 

William W. Foster 23 Mar., 65 

Jerome B. Hatch 1 May, 

"Willard Farrington 22 June, 

Eugene Consign y, Adj't., a. id. m. 
Patrick H. Caldwell, R. Q. M., a. w. m. 
Steven A. Clarke, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Marvin M. Mason 23 Mar., 65 

Henry C. Streeter 4 May, 

Martin V. B. Vance 24 May, 

Abraham S. Vanfleet 25 May, 

Charles B. Stone, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

Almon Clark 15 Apr., 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (20.) 

Colonel Lemuel B. Piatt, February 27, 1862. 

Colonel Charles H. Tompkins, ft. <£., September 9, 1862. 

Colonel Edward B. Sawyer, April 28, 1864. 

Major John D. Bartlett, April 25, 1862. 

Captain James A. Sheldon, March 12, 1862. 

Captain Frank A. Piatt, July 16, 1832. 

Captain Franklin Moore, July 16, 1862. 

Captain George P. Conger, September 16, 1862. 

Captain John S. Ward, November 19, 1862. 

Captain Joel B. Erhardt, February 7, 1863. 

Captain Samuel P. Rundlett, March 17, 1863. 

First Lieut. Dennis M. Blackmir, July 18, 1862. 

First Lieut. John W. Neicton, February 27, 1864. 

Second Lieut. John C. Holmes, April ], 1862. 

Second Lieut. Nathaniel E. Haywood, July 14, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Alonzo H. Danfurth, August 1, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Jed. P. Clarke, November 17, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Enoch B. Chase, April 12, 1863. 

Second Lieut. F. S. Stranahan, August 28, 1864. 

Chaplain John H. Woodward, July 17, 1863. 

Discharged, (33.^ 

Colonel Josiah Hall, June 21, 1865. 

Major William D. Collins, May 7, 1863. 

Major Charles A. Adams, June 21, 1865. 

Major Robert Scofield, June 21, 1865. 

Captain Franklin T. Huntoon, March 27, 1863. 

Captain Josiah Grout, jr., October 1, 1863. 

Captain 11. Chester Parson, January 4, 1864. 

Captain William M. Beeman, January, 1865. 

Captain Alexander B. Chandler, June 21, 1865. 

Captain Horace K. lde, June 21, 1865. 

Captain Alexander G. Watson, June 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. Edgar Pitkin, Batt. Adj't. September 10, 1862. 

First Lieut. Arch. S. Dewey, Batt. Q. M., September 10, 1862 

First Lieut. Charles V. H. Sabine, R. Q. M., April 16, 1864. 

First Lieut. Mark H. Wooster, R. C. S., May 14, 1864. 

First Lieut. Herbert Brainerd, R. Q. M., July 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry O. Wheeler, March 8, 1865. 

First Lieut. Eli Holden, March 15, 1865. 

First Lieut. William L. Greenleaf, June 2, 1865. 

First Lieut. Eri D. Woodbunj, 4H. %}., June 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. Jonas R. Rice, June 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. Josiah H. Moore, June 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. Fred. W. Cook, June 21, 1863. 

First Lieut. Resolve A. Howard, June 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. Walter H. Burbank, June 25. 1865. 

Second Lieut. Perley C. J. Cheney, June 12, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Edwin H. Higley, May 17. 196."). 

Second Lieut. Barney Decker, June 21, 1865. 

Second Lieut. James Barrett, June 21, 1865. 

Second Lieut. George C. Lewis, June 21, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Carlos A. Barrows, June 21, 1865. 

Assistant Surgeon Pletony O. M. Edson, April 1, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Elmer J. Hall, September 16, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (12.) 

Lieut. Colonel John W. Bennett, November 18, 1864. 

Major Andrew J. Grover, November 18, 1864. 

Captain Ellis B. Edwards, November 18, 1864. 

Captain Henry M. Paige, November 18, 1864. 

First Lieut. Clarence D. Gates, Adj't, November 18, 1864. 



VERMONT CAVALRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 

Edward B. Nimg 18 May, 64 

Chaplain. 
John E. Goodrich, a. w. m. 



The following is a list of the enlisted 
meu of this regiment to whom med- 
als of honor have been awarded by 
the Secretary of War : 

Corporal Fred. A. Lyon. 
Private James Sweeney. 



First Lieut. John Sawyer, jr., November 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Jacob Trussell, November 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Cornelius W. Morse, November 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Brainard M. Parker, November 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Richard A. Seaver, November 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Waldo J. Clark, November 18, 1864. 
.Surgeon George S. Gale, November 18, 1864. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Colonel William Wells, (Brevet Brigadier General February 
22, 1865,) May 19, 1865, to Brigadier General of vols. 

Died, (14.) 

Colonel Jonas P. Holliday. U3L. \3., U. 3., committed suicide 

at Strasbarg, Va., April 5. 1882. 
Lieut. Colonel Addison W. Preston, killed in action at Salem 

Church, Va., June 3, 1864. 
Captain Selah G. Perkins, killed in action at Ashby's Gap, 
. Va., September 22, 1862. 
Captain Henry C. Flint, killed in action at Broad Run, Va., 

April 1, 1863. 
Captain John W. Woodward, killed in action at Hagerstown, 

Md., July 6, 1863. 
Captain Oliver T. Cushman, killed in action at Salem Church, 
Va., June 3, 1864. 
Captain Frank Ray, killed in action near Strasburg, Va., 

October 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles A. Woodbury, killed in action at Broad 
. Run, Va., April 1, 1863. 
First Lieut. George W. Chase. August 25, 1863, of disease at 

Georgetown, D. C. 
First Lieut. John Williamson, June 20, 1864, of wounds 

received in action at Malvern Hill, Va. 
First Lieut. Hiram H. Hall, killed in action near Nottoway 

C. H., Va., June 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Gilbert Steward, June 29, 1864, of wounds 

received in action at Stony Creek Station, Va. 
First Lieut. Lorentio H. King, R. C. 8., died while home on 

leave of absence, — 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Pixley, drowned in Broad Run, Va., 

February 18, 1863. 

Missing, (2.) 

Captain Eben Grant, since April 30, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Jf'altcr H. Borland, since April 30, 1865. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Lieut, Colonel George B. Kellogg, October 11. 1SG2. 
Captain George H. Bean, April 28, 1863. 



Note 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders-before the 31st of August, 1865. 
NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



94 



VERMONT HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF.) 

(This regiment was organized as the 
11th infantry. September 1, 1862, at 
Brattleboro', Vt., for three years. 
It was changed to an artillery or- 
ganization and designated the "1st 
Heavy Artillery," December 10, 
1862. Two additional companies 
were raised, one Julv 11, 1863, and 
the other October 7, 1863. The 
original members were mustered 
out, and the remaining men con- 
solidated into a battalion of four 
companies June 24, 1865, which 
was must'd out August 25, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department,) 

"SFOTTSYLVANIA," "COAL HAR- 
BOR," "PETERSBURG," "CHARLES- 
TOWN," "OPEQUAN," "FISHER'S 
HILL," "CEDAR CREEK." 



Major. 
Darius J. Safford 25 June, 65 



Captains. 

Henry R.Chase 8 May, Q5 

George A. Bailey 2 June, 

John H. Macomber 25 June, 

Henry J. Nichols 12 July, 



First Lieutenants. 

Alvin G. Fleury 2 June, 65 

Edwiu A. Stebbins 2 June, 

John D. Sheridan 6 June, 

Oren G. Chase 25 June, 

Charles II. Brush 12 July, 

Ira V. Edwards 12 July, 

Hollis D. Morrill 12 July, 

Frank Anson 20 July, 



Second Lieutenants. 

Samuel L. Daggett 14 June, 65 

Anthony W. Davidson ..28 June, 

Harvey S. Castle 12 July. 

James J. Doty 12 July, 

Samuel B. Jones 13 July, 

Samuel H. Holbrook 21 July, 

Harrison B. George 21 Julv, 

DonC. Ayer 29 July, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (8.) 

Captain James T. Hyde, November 20, 1862. 
Captain James D. Rich, July 31, 1863. 
Captain John Hunt, August 10, 1863. 
Captain Hunt W. Burrows, September 1, 1864. 
First Lieut. Nixon Morse, August 7, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Henry S. Foote, December 8. 1862. 
Surgeon Charles W. B. Kidder, September 10, 1863. 
Chaplain William E. Bogart, November 29, 1862. 

Discharged, (27.) 

Lieut. Colonel Reuben C. Benton. June 21, 1864. 

Major Charles K. Fleming, May 15, 1865. 

Captain William Goodrich, October 17, 1864. 

Captain James E. Eldridge, (Brevet Major September 19. 

1864.) January 10, 1865. 
Captain Edward A. Todd. April 18, 1865. 
Captain James Rice, April 25, 1865. 
Captain Charles J. Lewis, May Id, 1865. 
1- ir>t Lieut. Joseph W. Leonard, November 26, 1862. 
First Lieut. N. Newton Glazier, September 3, 1864. 
First Lieut. Jabez R. Maxham, October 7, 1864. 
First Lieut. Sidney H. Foster, November 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Rancelier Wright, December 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. Amherst Morse. May 8, 1865. 
First Lieut. Andrew- J. Dudley. May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Lester S. Richards. May 17, 1865. 
First Lieut. Asa D. Mathews, May 17, 1865. 
First Lieut. Julius Rice, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Silas Albee, March 14, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Warren S. Bemis, June 14, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Ezra A. Turner, November 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry E. Bedell, February 20. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edwin J. MeWain, May 17, 1865. ' 
Second Lieut. Moses G. Sargent, May 17. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edwin B. Smith, May 17. 1865. 
Second Lieut. John S. Drenan, May 17, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George H. Sowles, May 31, 1865, 
Assistant Surgeon Edward O. Porter' January 16^1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (34.) 

Colonel Charles Hunsdon, June 24, 1865. 

Lieut. Colonel Aldace F. Walker, (Brevet Lieut. Colonel Oc- 
tober 19, 1864.) June 24, 1865. 

Major George D. Sowles, June 24, 1865. 

Major Robinson Templeton. June 24. 1865 

Captain Edward P. Lee, June 24, 1865. 

Captain Orlo H. Austin, June 24, 1865. 

Captain George G. Howe, June 24, 1865. 

Captain Silas B. Tucker, June 24, 1865. 

Captain John C. Sears, June 24. 1865. 

Captain Edward F. Griswold. June 24, 1665. 

Captain Patrick Diggins, June 24, 1865. 

Captain George G. Tilden, June 24. 1865. 

First Lieut. Edward L. Fo*ter, Adjt, June 24, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles W. Clark, R. Q. M.. June 24, 1865. 

First Lieut. Henry C. Baxter, (Brevet Captain October 19, 
1864.) June 24, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles II. Anson, June 24, 1865. 

First Lieut. William W. Gage, June 24, 1665. 

First Lieut. Walter S. Jones, June 24. 18G5. 

First Lieut. William V. Meeker, June 24, 1865. 

First Lieut. Judson A. Lewis, June 24. 186.5. 

First Lieut. Chester W. Dodge, June 24, 1865* 



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95 



Surgeon. 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Joseph L. Harrington . . .30 Mar. 



First Lieut. William G. Dunham, June 24, 1865. * 
First Lieut. William O. Dickenson, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Cyrus Thomas, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Fhilo S. Severance, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William Hudson, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Roger A. Tubbs, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Julius S. Dorman, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Eli R. Hart, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John R. Wilson, June 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Sidney Bliss, June 24, 1865. 
Surgeon Castanus B. Park, jr., June 24, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Charles W. Bourne, June 24, 1865. 
Chaplain Arthur Little, June 24, 1865. 

Promoted, (4.) 

Colonel James M. Warner, £33. $., B. <3., (Brevet Brigadier 
General August 1, 1864,) March 8, 1865, to Brigadier Gen- 
eral of vols. 

First Lieut. Alfred L. Carlton, R. Q. M., March 27, 1863, to 
Captain and C. S. 

Second Lieut. Charles G. Gould, December 31, 1864, to Cap- 
tain 5th regiment Vermont vols. 

Assistant Surgeon John J. Meigs, November 6, 1864, to Sur- 
geon 3d regiment Vermont vols. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

First Lieut. John R. Halbert, March 14. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Watson S. Eaton, October 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Julius A. Morrill, February 2, 1865. 

Died, (12.) 

Lieut. Colonel George E. Chamberlin, August 22, 1864, of 
wounds. 

Captain Edwin J. Morrill, June 30, 1864, of wounds. 

Captain Charles Buxton, killed in action near Winchester, 
Va., September 19, 1864. 

First Lieut. Dennis Duhigg, killed in action near Winchester, 
Va., September 19, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William D. Fleury, April 10, 1863, at Fort 
Totten, D. C. 

Second Lieut. Dustan S. Walbridge, June 19, 1864, of wounds 
received in action. 

Second Lieut. Merrit H. Sherman, killed in action near Pe- 
tersburg, Va., June 23, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Stephen R. Wilson, July 6, 1864, of wounds 
received in action. 

Second Lieut. Edward B. Parker, October 13, 1864, in rebel 
prison. 

Second Lieut. Oscar R. Lee, Killed in action at Cedar Creek, 
Va., October 19, 1864. 

Second Lieut. George O. French, killed in action near Peters- 
burg, Va., April 2, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Henry P. Corse, July 28, 1865, at Fort Wash- 
ington, Md. 

Deserted, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Charles H. Smith, June 8, 1863. 

Transferred, (1.) 

Captain Urban A. Woodbury, June 17, 1863, to Vet. Res. Cps. 



Note 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



9G 



VERMONT HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



FIRST COMPANY. 


(NO CASUALTIES.) 


(This company was organized in 
April, 1865, by transfers from the 2d 
Vermont battery of light artillery. 
The term of service of the mem- 
bers was for one and three years. 
Mustered out July 25, 1865, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 




(No battles.) 




Captain. 




Henry W. Fales 1 May, 65 




First Lieutenant. 




Martin Pearl 26 Apr., 65 




Second Lieutenant. 




William W. Kasson 26 Apr., 65 





Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



VERMONT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



9T 



FIRST BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Brat- 
tleboro', Vt., February 18. 1862, for 
three years; expiration of term of 
service to take effect June 1, 1864, 
in accordance with an act of the 
Vermont legislature, confirmed by 
the War Department June "-8, 1864. 
The original members were mus- 
tt- red out, and the remaining men 
transferred to the 2d battery Ver- 
mont vols., August 10, 1864.) 

The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this battery 
bore an honorable part yet pub- 
lished in orders: 

"PORT HUDSON." 

Captain. 
George T. Hebard 9 Apr., 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Edward Rice 14 Apr., 63 

Edward E. Greenleaf . ..13 Apr., 64 

Second Lieutenants. 

James B. Ricker 12 Apr., 64 

Albert H. Gould, a. w. m. 



SECOND BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Bran- 
don, Vt, December 24, 1861, for 
three years; expiration of term of 
service to take effect June 1, 1864, 
in accordance with an act of the 
Vermont legislature, confirmed by 
the War Department January 28, 
1864. The original members were 
mustered out September 20, 1864, 
and the organization, composed of 
veterans and rteruits, remained in 
service until July 31, 1865, when it 
was discharged in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this battery 
bore an honorable part, yet pub- 
lished in orders : 

"PLAINS STORE," "PORT HUDSON." 

Captain. 
John W. Chase 23 Nov., 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Perry A. Baker 22 Aug., 64 

Charles H. Dyer, a. to. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 
George W. Daskajn, a. w. m. 
Henry F. Tower, a. w. m. 

7 a 



Casualties. 



Resig-ned, (4.) 



Captain George W. Duncan, February 11, 1863. 
Fii>t Lieut. Thomas Reade, December 14, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Salmon B. Hebard, July 11, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William Osmond, March 25, 1863. 



Died, (1.) 
Second Lieut. Henry N. Colburn, drowned August 7, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 



Captain Lensie R. Sayles, February 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John A. Quilty. August 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Miranda R. Blake, March 3, 1865. 



Promoted, (1.) 

Captain Pythagoras E. Holcomb.'B. 3., Sept 1, 1863, to Major 
1st regiment Texas cavalry vols. 



Dismissed, (2.) 

First Lieut. Coriden D. Smith, July 30, 1862. 
First Lieut. Benjamin N. Dyer, October 25, 1862. 



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VERMONT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



THIRD BATTERY. 

(This battery wag organized at Bur- 
lington, Vt, January 1, 1864. for 
three years, and mustered out June 
15, 1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 

Ro*?<h> H. Start 1 Jan., 64 

First Lieutenant. 
William R. Rowell 11 Mar., 65 

Second Lieutenant. 
William B. Pen-in 15 Mar., C5 



Cascaltils. 



Resigned, (3.) 



First Lieut. Walter A. Phillips, F.-bruary 13, 1865 
Second Lieut. Aaron F. French, October 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John H. Wright, May 20, 1865. 



Tromotcd, (1.) 

First Lieut. Roswell C. Vaughau, July 26, 1864, to Captain 
and C. S. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



99 



*SECOXD REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Bur- 
lington, Vt., June 20, 18G1. for three 
years. The original members (ex- 
cept veterans) woe mustered oat 
June 29, lc04. and the organization, 
composed of veterans and recruits, 
retained in service until July 15, 
1865, when it was mustered out. in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 



BULL RUN," "YORKTOWV." "WIL- 
RG," "OOLDIHG'S FARM." 
"SAVAGE .MWTION." " WHrTK OAK 
BWAMP, " " CKAMI'Tov's r;.\r, L ' 
" AITTIXTAM, " '• FREDERICKS- 

BURG," "MATRX'8 HKIUIU - 
LEM HEIGHTS," "GETTYSBURG," 
"FUNKSTOWN, " '• RAPPAHAN- 

NOCK STATION." " WILDERNESS," 
" Si-OTTSYLVANIA." " COAL HAR- 
BOR," " PETERSBURG," " OPE- 
QfAN," " CHARLESTOWW," "FISH- 
ER'S HILL," "CEDAR CREEK," 



Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Amasa S. Tracy 1 July, 64 



Major. 

Enoch E. Johnson 1 .Tulv. 64 

(Brevet Lieut. Colonel 19 Oct.,' (34.) 



Captains. 

Erastus G. Ballou 4 Aug., 62 

(Brevet Major 1 August, 16(54.) 

Elijah Wales HI ar. . 63 

(Brevet Major 1 August, 18G4 ) 

William II. Bond 5 Feb., 05 

Henry H. Proutv 5 Feb., 

Ward B. Hurlburt 5 Feb., 

Ephraim W. Harrington. 5 Feb., 

Horatio F. Taylor 6 Feb., 

Dennis C.Dunham 16 June, 

First Lieutenants. 

Edson H. Fifield 4 Aug., 64 

Albert D. Beckwith 6 Feb., 65 

Augustus A. Deeelle 7 Feb., 

James G. Howard 7 Feb., 

Alphonso Lessor 7 Feb., 

George Buck, jr 7 Feb., 

George W. Flagg 9 Feb. , 

Nelson Fassett 18 June, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (26.) 

Colonel Henry Whiting, February 9, 1863. 
Colonel James II Walbridge, April 1, 1864. 

Colonel Charles II. Joyce. January 7, 1863. 
Captain William T. Burnham. October 25, 1861. 
Captain Edward A. Todd, January 8, 1862. 
Captain John T Drew. October 8 

James Hope, December 20, Ifi 
Captain Rollin 0. Ward, October 27, 1864. 
Captain Pratt Stoue. Jnue 9, 1865. 

first Lieut. John Howe, August 14, 1861. 

Fir^t Lieut. Sherman W. Parkhurst, November 9, 1861. 

First Lieut. William W. Henry. November 18, 1861. 

•it. David L. Sharpley, June 24 
First Lieut. Guilford 8. Laild. Adft, July 17, 1862. 

Lieut Edward W. Appteon, September 27, 1862. 
First Lieut, llmry C. Campbell, October 20, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles C. Canning, February 8, 1863. 
l"ir-t Lieut. Anton II. Weed, March ti ! 
Second Lieut. Isaac W. Wadieigh, December 14, 1861. 

1 Lieut. Jonathan 11 Iloyt, July 17, 18 
Second Lieut. James P. Sione, January ?. 

on Newton H. Ballou. December 18, 1- 

.t Surgeon Luman A N I May 27. 1863. 
ant Surgeon Augustus A. Atwood, June 27, 1863. 
Chaplain Claudius 15. Smith, July 8, I 
Chaplain Durrell W. Dayton, January 7, 1863. 
Discharged, (13.) 

Captain Richard Smith, August 3. 1862. 

Captain Solon Eaton, August 9, 1862. 

Captain Horace F. Crossman, November 3, 1863. 

Captain Daniel S. Wh.t > November 1, 1864. 

Captain John T. Bass, .May 15, 1865. 

First Lieut. Jerome 15. Case, September 14, 1861. 

First Lieut. Lucius C Whitney, Jauuary 11, 1862. 

v, January 4, 1865. 
First Lieut. Orman P. Ray, Adj't, June 19, 1865. 
First Lieut. Byron C. Ward, June 19, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles C. Gregg, July 27, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles M. Bliss. October 4, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Henry Corrcll,, January 5, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (21.) 

Captain William II. Cady, June 29, 1864. • 

Captain Philip E. Chase, June 29, 1864. 

Captain Dayton P. Clark. June 29, 1864. 

First Lieu:. Francis It Edgerton, Adj't, June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Chester K. Leach, June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. James Allen, June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Ehen N. Drvry, June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Almond Worcester, June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut Eugene O. Cole, June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Ethan A. Priest, June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. John J. Bain, jr., June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Joshua P. Sawyer, June 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Lauriston L. Stone, R. Q. M., April 16, 1865. 

Second Lieut. George W. Bridgeman, June 29, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Otis V. Estee, June 29, 1HG4. 

Second Lieut. Henry R. Ilayward. June 29. 1864. 

Second Lieut. Augustus J. Robbins. June 29, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Oramell G. Howe, June 29, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Bradbury W. Hight, June 29, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Eldon A. Tilden, June 29, 1864. 

Surgeon William J. Sawin, June 29, 1864. 



The 1st regiment of infantry was a three-months organization. 



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Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 
M'lviuJ. Hyde 27 Aug., 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Edwin K. Brush 2 Nov., 63 

Chaplain 



Promoted, (6.) 

Lieut, Colonel George J. Staunard, May 21, 1P62, to Colonel 
9th Vermont vols. 

Captain Charles Dillingham, January 18, 1862, to Major 8th 
Vermont vols. 

Captain Volney 8. Fnllam, January 18, 1862, to Lieut. Colo- 
nel 7th Vermont \ 

Captain Francis V. Randall, September 13, 1862, to Colonel 
13th Vermont vols. 

First Lieut. Parley P. Pitkin, R. Q. M., February 19, 1862, 
to Captain and A. Q. M. 

Assistant Burgeon Walter B. Carpenter, May 21, 1862, to 
Surgeon 9th Vermont vols. 



Died, (6.) 

Colonel Newton Stone, killed in the battle of the Wilderness, 
Mav 5 

ilonel John S. Tyler. May 23, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived at the battle of the Willi 

Captain Orville Bixby, killed in the battle of the Wilderness, 
Mav 6 

Captain Charles C. Morey, killed in action April 3, 1865. 

Kir-r Lieut Pi ison, May 30, 1863, of wounds. 

Fir>t Lieut. Hiram C. Bailey, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 
Vh.. June 3, 



Dismissed, (4.) 

Pint Lieut. Walter A. Phillips, December 31. 1861. 
Fir>t Lieut*. Henry L. Franklin, May 18, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Harrison Percey. October 4. 1862. 
Second Lieut. George B. V April 5. 1864. 



NOTEl. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
No IE 2. — The roster of officer.- i> given a.s it stood on the day of muster out. 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



101 



. -TIiniD REGIMENT. 
BATTALION OF.) 

Johnsbury. Vt.. July 16. IE 
origin. . mustered 

out Ji: nd the remain- 

ing men. consolidated into a battal- 
ion of six compani- 

until July 11, 1663, when 
•ordance 
with orders lrom the War Deport- 
ment. ) 

"TORKTOWN." "WILLIAM! 
"GOI.DINO'S FARM 
STATION," -Willi I 

I KI AM." 
" rKKDSKICKSBUBG 
HEIGHTS," "SALEM HEIGHTS," 
FUNKSTOWN," 

"hap i- a han- wriLDi a- 

QUA.V." "CHAKLJ 

EK'S HILL," ■■ CEDAR CREEK." 



tenant Colonel. 

Horace V ... 10 Nor., M 

{Brevet Colonel 19 Oct., 64.) 



Major. 
William H. Hubbard. ... 9 ] 



Captains. 

AlonzoH. Newt 16 Julv. 64 

Luke B. Fairbanks - 

George W. Bonett 10 N 

JohnS. Thompson 23 Mar., Co 

Horace French 18 May, 

Thomas F. Leonard 1 Juue, 



First Lieutenants. 

Benjamin H. Fuller 24 Julv. 64 

Austin H. Hall, Adft, . . .10 Nov.. 

John S. Tupper 12 Nov., 

©eo. F. Brown. P. Q. Jf. 5 Feb., 65 
Orsamus B. Robinson . . .23 Mar., 

A. W. Lyon 9 May, 

Anington C. Wakefield. . 1 Juno, 



Second Lieutenants. 

Orias H. Thompson 28 Aug., 64 

E. E. Cushman 9 May, Co 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (29.) 

Colonel Breed Noyse Hyde, January 15, 1863. 

Major V chran, August "l5. 1861. 

Captain Edward Mattocks. July 15, 1861. (Recoinmiesioned 

• Lieutenant and Adj't .September 22, 1862.) 
Captain E. O. Hammond. August 16. 1861. 
Captain Andrew J. Blanchard. October 28. 1861. 
Captain David T. Corbin, September IS 

■ tember 19. \ 
Captain Robert D. Whim-more. September 19, 
Captain Thomas F. House. October 16, 

i Leonard E Bean r 26, 1862. 

Captain Burr J. Austin. May 15. 1863. 
Captain I 1663. 

Captain Jamei I 1 1863. 

Captain .'■ 

ut. Daulorth C. Haviland, Oct. 

;!i. February 13, I 
First Li > h 17, 1863. 

Fir.st Lieut. J 

I Li. -in. Charl >a Bi ? hop. October 28, 1861. 

irn. November 22, 1861. 
S<cond Lieut. Charles P. Chambcrlin, Septein. 
Second Lieut. Isaac Kimball, October 1" 

Pk-lip V. TUoinns. October 18, 
abrnary 14, : 
Second 1 ward, February 14, 1863 

Second Lieut. Louis A. Purer April 22, 1863. 

it Surgeon Henry F. Smith, April 24 
Chaplain Moses P. 1 eember 19, II 

Discharged, (4.) 

k, April 8. 1865. 

twell L. Collins. December 28 it v . 
Surgeon John J. MeigB, July 6. 

at Surgeon Henry C. NVwell, May 20, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (22 ) 

Colonel Thomas O. Seaver, July 27, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel Samuel E. Pingree, Julv 27. 1864. 
Major Thomas Nelson, July 27, 1864. 
Captain Dai:: - •u, Julv 27. 1864. 

Captain Alexander M. Beattie, Julv 27, 1864. 
Captain Sidney S. Brigham. July 27. 1864. 
Captain William A. Pierce. July 27, 1864. 
Captain Leo Hyde, July 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frederick Crane, R. Q. A/., July 
First Lieut. Frank E. Rew. July 27. 1864. 
First Lieut. William M. Currier, July Ml. 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward A. Chandler, Julv 27. 1884. 
First Lieut. William II. B rwker, July 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. James Fletcher, July 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Hubbard H. Phillips. July 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Richard P. Goodall, Julv 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles E. Osgood, July 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Alvin Jones, July 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles F. Bailey. July 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Daniel B. Veazey, July 27, V364. 
Surgeon David M. Goodwin. July 27, 1664. 
Chaplain Daniel A. Mack, July 27. 1864. (Recommisaioned 
June 2, 1865.) 



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Surgeon. 
Assistant Surgeon. 

Cliaplain. 
Daniel A. Mack 2 June, 65 

The followiu g la a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom med- 
als of honor have been awarded by 
the Secretary of War: 

Maelcian Willie Johnston. 
Muoiciau Julian A. Scott. 



Promoted, (5.) 

Colonel William F. Smith, Wi. \2„ £. 9., August 27, 1861, to 

Brigadier General. 
Lieut. Colonel Wheelock G. Veazey, September 15, 1862, to 

Colonel 16th regiment Vermont vol* 
First Lieut. Asa P. Blunt. Adft, October 15, 1861, to Lieut. 

Colonel 6th regiment Vermont vols. 
First Lieut. Redfield Proctor, R. Q. M., September 25, 1861, 

to Major 5th regiment Vermont vols. 
Surgeon Henry Janes, May 9, 1803, to Surgeon United States 

vols. 



Dismissed, (3.) 

Captain Fernando C. Harrington, July 23. 1862. 
Captain Lorenzo D. Allen, November 11, 1862. 
First Lieut. Edward Mattocks, Adft, April 12, 1864. 

Died, (6.) 

Captain Enoch H. Bartlett, killed in battle of Wilderness, 

Va.. May 5, 1864. 
Captain Erastus Buck, May 23, 1864, of wounds received in 

action. 

First Lieut. Edwin M. Noyes, August 31, 1862. of disease. 

First Lieut. Abel Morrill, "killed iu battle of Wilderu. 
Hat 8, 1864. 

I rut. Merry C. Miller, June 5. 1864, of wounds. 

Second Lieut. John If. Ramsey, killed in action at Savage Sta- 
tion, Va., June 29, 1662. 



Transferred, (1.) 

Captain Ronald A. Kennedy, February 19, 1665, to 5th regi- 
t Vermont v 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



103 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Brat- 

tleboro', Vt., September 21, 1861, 

for three years. The or. irinal mem- 

-tered out September 

30, 1864; the organization, com- 

rant and recruits, was 

until July 13. 

1865, when it was mustered out. iu 

accordance with orders irom the 

War Department.) 

"TOKKTOWN," "WTTTTAMSBURG." 

•'GOLPING'5 FAKM." "SAVaGK 

STATION." "WHTTI OAK IWiMP," 

iPTON'SGAP." ' ANTIKTAM." 

';i;iiK.-lll-|l(i." ' MAYUK'S 

HEIGHTS," "SALXX HKIGHTS." 

"GETTTSBtTBa.* 1 'FUNKST OWN," 

WIANNOCK STATION," 

"WIT.PKBWSB," "SPOTTSYI.- 

V.IMA," "COAL HARBOR," 

" 1'KTF.RSHURG." '( M AKI f ~- 

TOWN." "OPFQUAN," '"FISHER'S 

HILL," "CEDAR CHEEK." 



Colon cL 

George P Foster 23 Apr., 64 

{Brevet Brig. Gen, 1 Aug., 64.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

John E. Pratt 21 May, 65 

Major. 



Captains. 

George B 2 Nov.. 62 

utin 14 Dec, 

s. I\ N rton 50ct., 63 

Howard C. Gbapin 11 June, 64 

• r 1 B 

Walter W. Smith 14 Dec, 

Alfred K. Nichols 12 Feb., 65 

Lewi* W. Fisher 12 June, 

lirsl Lieutenants. 

Joseph B. Needham 11 June, 64 

William W. Pierce 17 June, 

Charles A. Dam 8 Nov., 

-11. Newton 15 Nov., 

William II. Humphrey ..26 Nov., 
H. W. Spafford, R. Q. M .18 Dec, 

Curtis Abbott 28 Mar., 65 

James Gallagher 12 May, 

Second Lieutenants. 

William F. Tilson 4 Jan., 65 

Nathan A. Smith 25 Mar., 

l'. Chamberlin. . .25 Mar., 

Willis F. Keeler 2d Mar., 

George P. Spanieling 23 May, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (22.) 

Colonel Charles B. Stoughton. Febmarv 2, 1864. 

Lieut. Colonel Harry N. Worthen, July 16, 1B62. 

Major John C. Tyler. January 20 

Captain George Tucker. February 24. 1862. 

Captain Francis B. Gove, April 16, 1862. 

Captain Leonard A. Stearns. July 31. 1862. 

Captain Henry B. Attierton. August 1 I 

Captain Edward W. Carter, Rcptemb.r 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. Levi M. Tucker, Juno 8. 

First Lieut. John H. Cushman. R. Q. Af., January 29, 1863. 

First Lieut. Gideon H. Burton. Februarv 17. 1863*. 

Fir>t Lieut. Charles C. Kinsman, April 17, 1863. 
■hn Faron. Adft., July 17, 1863. 
i First Lieut. Carlos W. Carr. Mav 6." - 
1 First Lieut. Harlan P. Paige May 11 

Second Lieut Samuel H. Chamb :>iber27, 186L 

Second Lieut All>. rt A. Allard, January 8, It 

Second Lieut. John H. Bishop. February 10, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Frederick M. Lt/ude, Augur-t 2. 1862. 

Second Lieut. Charles A. Reed, January 4, 1863. 

Harvey, January 11, 1863. 

Chaplain Salem W. Plimpton, September 10, 1862. 



Discharged, (5.) 

Captain Henry L. Terry, September 22, 1862. 
Captain Joseph P. Aiki n, .March 8, 1863. 
First Lieut. James B. Brooks, August 10, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Lafayette Richard or 30, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Charles H. Cariton, May 15, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (11.) 

Lieut. Colonel Stephen M. Pingree, September 30, 1864. 

Captain James il Piatt, September 30, 1861. 

Captain Addison Brown, jr., September 30, 1864. 

Captain Abel W. Fisher September 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. George B. French, Adft., September 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry T. Cushman, R. Q. M., September 30, 1864. 

Sere nd Lieut. Will 1 1 - ptember 30, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William A. Cameron, September 21, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Willie W. Morton, September 30, 1864. 

Surgeon Samuel J. Allen, September 30, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeou Armeiitius B. Bizby, September 30, 1864. 

Promoted, (6.) 

Colonel Edwin H. Stoughton. £23. $., November 5, 
1862, to Brigadier General of vols. 

Fir>t Lieut William C. Holbrook, Adft., January 20, 1862, to 
Major 7th regiment Vermont vols. 

first Lieut George IV. Hooker, September 2, 1864, to Captain 
and A. A. G. 

First Lieut. Daniel D. Wheeler, September 18, 1864, to Cap- 
tain and A. A. G. 

Assistant Surgeon Willard A. Child, August 4, 1862, to 
Surgeon 10th regiment Vermont vols. 

Assistant Surgeon Edwin Phillips, November 2, 1863, to 
Surgeon 6th regiment Vermont vols. 

Died, (13.) 

Captain George W. Quimby, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 
Va., December 13, 1862. 



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Surgeon. 

Edward M. Curtis 28 Nov., 64 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Chaplain. 
John L. Roberts 1 Sept., 63 



Captain Joseph W. D. Carpenter, killed in action at the Wil- 
derness, Va., May 5, 1864. 

Captain Danna \V. Farr, killed in action at the Wilderness. 
Va., May 5, 1864. 

Captain Daniel Lillie, June 6, 18G4, of wounds received in 
action at the Wilderness, Va. 

Captain William C. Tracy, killed near the Weldon Railroad, 
Va.. June 23, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry H. Hill, May 19, 1862, of wounds. 

First Lieut. Isaac A. Putnam, killed in action at the Wilder- 
ness, Va., May 5, 1864. 

First Lieut. Thomas Ensworth, May 7, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at the Wilderness. Va. 

First Lieut. Abel K. Parsons, killed in action, June 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Winfield S. Wooater, killed in action at the 
Wilderness, Va.. May 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William H. Martin, May 8, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at the Wilderness, Va. % 

Second Lieut. Luther B. Scott, killed in action at Charlestown, 
Va., August 21, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Rawson W. Towle, September 19, 1864, of 
wounds received in action at Winchester, Va. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Captain Robert W. Laird, April 1, 1864. 



NOTE 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1861. 
NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of mu3ter out. 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



105 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(VETERAN.) 

(This regiment was organized Sept. 
16, 1861, at St. Albans, Vt., for three 
years. On the expiration of its 
term of service the original members 
(except veterans) were mustered 
out, and the organization, composed 
of veterans and recruits, retained in 
service until June 29, 1865, when it 
was discharged, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 



1 YO RKTO WN, " " WILLIAMSBURG, " 
"GOLDINGS FARM," "SAVAGE 
STATION," ''WHITE OAK SWAMP." 
"CRAMPTON'S GAP," ''ANTIE- 
TA.M, " "MAYRE'S HEIGHTS." 
'FREDERICKSBURG," ''SALEM 

HEIGHTS. 'GETTYSBURG," 'RAP- 
PAHANNOCK STATION." •FUNKS- 
TOWN,'' "WILDERNESS," "SPOTT- 
SYLVANIA." 'COAL HARBOR," 
" PETERSBURG," " CHARLES- 

TOWN," "OPEQUAN," "FISHER'S 
HILL," "CEDAR CREEK." % 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Ronald A. Kennedy 19 Mar . , 65 

Major. 

Eugene O. Cole 22 Feb.. 65 

Captains. 

Thomas Kavaney 12 Oct., 64 

George H. Sessions 30 Dec, 

Myron S. Dudley 30 Dec., 

Samuel F. Kilborn 30 Dec, 

William H. Wright 1 Jan., 65 

Hiram Cook 2 May. 

Daniel E. Barrett 7 J une, 

Robert Pratt 7 June, 

First Lieutenants. 

Isaac L.Eells R. Q. M... 30 July, 64 
Chas. P. Leonard. Adj't.. 17 Nov., 

Wallace E. Baldwin 2 Jan., 65 

Edward C. Warner 2 Jan., 

Joseph M. Foster 2 Jan., 

David R. Hosford 2 Jan., 

Charles V. Cool 4 M ay, 

Henry D. Huntington... 4 May, 

James Grace 13 June, 

Frederick C. Davis 16 June, 

Jackson Sargent 24 June, 

Second Lieutenants. 



CASUALTIES. 



Resigned, (8.) 

Major Redfield Proctor, July 11, 1862. 
Captain Charles G. Chandler, May 3, 1862. 
Captain Charles W. Seager. November 17, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles T. Allchin, November 22, 16G1. 
First Lieut. Charles C. Spaulding. October 21, 1862. 
First Lieut. George R. Hall, April 8, 1864. . 
Second Lieut. Martin J. McManus, November 22, 1801. 
Chaplain Volney Simonds, March 24, 1862. 



Discharged, (32.) 

Colonel Henry A. Smalley. Wi. $., &. S., Sept. 16. 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Addison Brown, jr., December 9, 1864. 

Captain John D. Sheridan, July 12, 1862. 

Captain Reuben C. Benton, August 26, ]862. 

Captain Charles W. Rose, October 20, J862. 

Captain Fred. F. Gleason, January 5, 1863. 

Captain Samuel E. Burnham, February 18, 1863. 

Captain Cyrus R. Crane, March 13, 1863. 

Captain Jesse A. Jewett, June 1, 1863. 

Captain William B. Robinson, August 8, 1864. 

Captain Edson M. Raymond. June 2, 1865. 

Captain Charles G. Gould, June 4, 1865. 

First Lieut. James W. Stiles, November 5. 1861. 

First Lieut. Edward M. Brown. Adj't., January 8. 1862. 

First Lieut. Aldis O. Brainerd. R. Q. M, May 28, 1662. 

First Lieut. William P. Spaulding, July 9, 1862. 

First Lieut. Wi.son D. Wright, August 23, 1862. 

First Lieut. Jnlius M. Wallace, March 19, 1663. 

First Lieut. Warren R. Dunton, March 31, 1863. 

First Lieut. Horace F. Morse, July 19, 1863. 

First Lieut. Douglass P. Loomis, March 1, 1865. 

First Lieut. Jerome Gleason, June 2, 1865. 

Second Lieut. George J. Hatch, November 1, 1661. 

Second Lieut. Heman F. Allen, May 8, 1862. ' 

Second Lieut. Henry Ballard, August 1, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Isaac L. Farnsworth, October 19. 1862. 

Second Lieut. Andrew J. Mason, March 31, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Minor E. Fish, August 22, 1864. 

Surgeon William P. Russell, October 11, 1862. 

Surgeon Philander D. Bradford. March 1, 1663. 

Assistant Surgeon Arthur F. Burdick, May 26, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Henry C. Atwood, June 26, 1863. 

Expiration of term of service, (17.) 

Captain Benjamin R. Jennie, September 15, 1864. 
Captain Friend H. Barney, September 15, 1864. 
Captain Eugene A. Hamilton, September 15, 1864. 
Captain Louis McD. Smith, September 15, 1864. 
Captain Leonard D. Tice, September 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. Cornelius H. Forbes. Adj't., September 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. Caleb H. Benton, September 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles H. WiJliamson, September 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. Orrin L. Spencer, September 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward P. Russell, September 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. Willard G. Davenport, September 15, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Ephraim S. Leach, September 15, 18ri4. 
Second Lieut. William H. Cheeny, September 15, 1664. 
Second Lieut. Lyman S. Loomis, September 15, 1864. 
Second Lieut. James A. Bixby, September 15, i. w 64. 
Surgeon Alwyn H. Chessmore, September 15, 186-1. 
Chaplain Charles S. Hale, September 15, 1664. 



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Surgeon. 

Cyrus II. Allen 23 Nov. , 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Dan. L. C. Colburn 26 Aug., 63 

Chaplain. 
John D. Cai gill 3 Doc. 64 



Promoted, (5.) 
Colonel Lewis A. Grant, May 21, 1864, to Brig. General of vols 
Lieut, Colonel Nathan Lord, jr September 25,1861, to Colon*] 
! 6th regiment Vermont vols. 

I Captain Edwin S. Stowell, June 21, 1862, to Major 9th Ver 
mont vols. 
First Lieut. James A. Sayles, May 1\ 1864, to Captain 8th 

regiment New York cavalry. 
First Lieut. Adiniram Austin, R. Q. M., June 27, 1864, to 
Captain and A. Q. M. 

Died, (11.) 

Major Charles P. Dudley, May 21, 1864, of wounds received 

in action. 
Captain George D. Davenport, May 5, 1864, of wounds 
j received in action at the Wilderness, Va. 
! Captain Charles J. Ormsbee, killed in action at the Wilder- 
ness. Va., May 5, 1864. 
Captain Merrill T Sampson, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 
Va., June 3, 1864. 
; Captai'i Alonzo It. Hurlbut, of wounds received in action at 

the Wilderness, Va., June 9, 1864. 
• First Lieut. Orris H. Sweet, May 9, 1864, of wounds received 
in action at the Wilderness. V;i. 
Second Lieut, OInev A. Comstock, killed in action at Savage 
Station. Va., June 29,^862. , 

I Second Lieut. Samuel Sumner, jr., killed in action at Savage 
Station, Va., June 29, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Brownson M. Barber, July 2u; 1862, of wounds 
received in action at Savage Station, Va. 
j Second Lieut. Watson O. Beach, killed in action at the Wil- 
derness. Va., May 5, 1664. 
Assistant Surgeon Henry C. Shaw, September 7, 1862, at 
Alexandria, Va. 

Dismissed, (5.) 

First Lieut, William Symons, February 25, 1862. 
1 First Lieut. William H. Newton, February 18. 1863. 
: First Lieut. Leonard J. Brownson, September 18, 1864. 
'• First Lieut, Thomas Noonan, February 27, 1865. 
' Second Lieut. Oilando B. Reynolds, February 22, 1863. 

Transferred, (2.) 

; Colonel John R. Lewis, September 11, 1864, to theVet. Pes. 
Corps. 
Captain William H. H. Peck, July 27, 1863, to the Vet. Res. 
Corps. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



107 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Montpelkr, Vt,, October 15, 1861, 
for three years. On the muster out 

. of the original members, October 
14, 1864, the veterans and recruits 
were consolidated into a battalion 
of six companies, bearing the same 
designation, which was discharged 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department," June 26, 1865.) 



YORKTOW.V," " WILLIAMSBURG," 
" GOLDIXG'S FARM, " " SAVAGE 
STATION," '"WHITE OAK SWAMP," 
"CRAMPTON'S GAP," "ANTIETAM," 
" FREDERICKSBURG," " MAYRE'S 
HFIGHTS," "SALEM HEIGHTS," 
"GETTYSBURG," "FUNKSTOWN," 
"RaPPAHANNOCKSTATIOX," ' 'WIL- 
DERXE.-'S, " " SPOTTSYLVAXIA, " 
"COAL HARBOR," "PETERSBURG," 
" CHARLESTOWN," "OPAQUAN," 
"FISHER'S HILL," "CEDAR CREEK." 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Sumner H. Lincoln 6 Feb., 65 



Major. 
William J. Sperry 



IMar., 65 



Captains. 

Edwin R. Kinney 30 July, 63 

H. N. Bushnell 15 Nov., 64 

Lyman S. Williams 24 Dec, 

George E. Wood 26 Jan., 65 

Sanford G. Gray 9 May, 

George W. Burleson 9 May, 



First Lieutenants. 

Patrick H. Murphy 13 May, 64 

C. J. S. Randall, R. Q. M. 4 June, 

George W. Flanders 26 Dec, 

Eri L. Ditty 3 Jan., 65 

Frank A. Frask 3 May, 

Harry B. Pettengell 10 May, 

William Reycroft 10 May, 

Frank A. Yeast, a. w. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (17.) 

Colonel Oscar L. Tuttle, March 18, 1863. 
Lieut. Colonel Asa P. Blunt, August 26, 1862. 
Captain Wesley Hazelton, January 17, 1802. 
Captain William H. H. Hall, April 26, 1862. 
Captain Edwin W. Barker, February 28, 1863. 
•Captain Le Marquis Tubbs, June 12, 1863. 
First Lieut. Robinson Templeton, February 19, 1862. 
First Lieut. Elijah Whitney, June 18, 186& 
Second Lieut. Alfred H. Keith, February 6, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Edwin C. Lewis, June 4, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Dennisson A. Raxford, August 1, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Judah T. Ainsworth, February 24, 1863, 
Second Lieut. John M. Buckley, August 4, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Franklin Noyes," November 21, 1863. 
Surgeon Rollin C. M. Woodward, October 21, 1861. 
Surgeon Charles M. Chandler, October 7, 1863. 
Chaplain Edward P. Stone, August 27, 1863. 

Discharged, (16.) 

Colonel Nathan Lord, jr., December 19, 1862. 
Captain George Parker, October 23, 1862. 
Captain Jesse C. Spaukling, January 10, 1863. 
Captain Alonzo B.. Hutchinson, July 23, 1863. 
Captain Edward A. Ilolton, AugiiNt 17, 1864. 
Captaiu Alfred H. Keith, September 3, 1864. 
Captain Charles E. Joslyn, January 13, 1865. 
Captain Thomas B. Kennedy, April 14, 1865. 
First Lieut. Lucius Green, December 28, 1862. 
First Lieut. William W. Carey, November 21, 1863. 
First Lieut. Frank B. Bradbury, April 14, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Hiram A. Kimball, July 11, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Ira Darling McClary, April 11, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Frederick M. Kimball, October 22, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John Y. Raistrick, April 21, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Lyman M. Tuttle, December 26, 1862. 

Expiration of term of service, (16.) 

Lieut. Colonel Oscar A. Hale, October 15, 1864. 

Captain Barnard D. Fabyan, October 15, 1864. 

Captain Thomas R. Clark, October 15, 1864. 

Captain Porter Crane, jr., October 15, 1864. 

Captain Frank G. Butterfield, October 15, 1864. 

Captain Martin W. Davis, October 28, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles J. S. Randal, October 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles C. Backus, October 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. George Neddo, October 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. George H. Hatch, October 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. Matthew Hussey, October 15, 1861. 

First Lieut, Sumner H. Lincoln, Adj't., October 28, 1864. 

First Lieut, Elbert H. Nye, October 28, 1864. 

First Lieut. Hiram S. English, Adj't., June 19, 1865. 

Second Lieut. '1 nomas P. Murphy, October 28, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Edward M. Curtis, October 28, 1864. 



Promoted, (4.) 



1864, 



to Major 17th 
1864, to Cap- 



Captain William B. Reynolds, April 14, 
regiment Vermont infantry vols. 

First Lieut, John W. Clark,^. Q. M., May 4, 
tain and A. Q. M. 

Chaplain Alonzo Webster, October 19, 1864, to Hospital Chap- 
lain TJ. S. A. 

First Lieut. Charles S. Shuttuck, April 14, 1865, to Captain 
and C. S. 



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Second Lieutenants. 

Edwin A. Barney l.Jan., 65 

Horace W. Brownell o May, 

Silas O. Dwinell 12 May, 

Hermann L. Small 12 May, 

Edgar E. Herrick 13 May, 

Winslow S. Moore 13 June, 



Surgeon. 
Edwin Phillips 2 Nov., 63 

Assistant Surgeon, 

Chaplain. 
Harvey Webster 14 Jan., 65 



Dismissed, (2.) 

First Lieut, Benane B. Fullam, October 25, 1862. 
First Lieut. Bradford S. Murphy, October 8, 1863. 

Died, (14.) 

Colonel Elisha L. Barney, May 10, 1864, of wonnds received 

May 5, 1864. 
Major Richard B. Crandall, June 7, 1884, of wounds received 

Judo 7, 1864. 
Major Carlos W. Dwinnell, August 24, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived August 21, 1864. 
Captain Edwin F. Reynolds, killed in action at Lee's Mills, 

Va., April 16, 1862. 
Captain David B. Davenport. September 16, 1862. 
Captain Luther Ainsworth, May 4, 1863, of wounds received 

in action. 
Captain Riley A. Bird, killed in battle of Wilderness, Va., 

May 5, 1864. 
Captain George C. Randall, killed in battle of Wilderness, 

Va,, May 5, 1864. 
First Lieut, George H. Phelps, January 2, 1862, of disease, in 

brigade hospital. 
First Lieut. Alfred M. Nevins, May 2, 1862, of wound?. 
First Lieut. Albert A. Crane, killed in battle of Wilderness, 

Va., May 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. George C. Babcock, killed in battle of Wilderness, 

Va., May 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles F. Bailey, May 1, 1862, of wounds. 
Assistant Surgeon Cornelius A. Chapin, September 14, 1863, 

at New York city. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Rutland, Vt., February 12. 1862, to 
serve three years from June 1, 1861. 
On the expiration of its term of ser- 
vice the original members (except- 
veterans) wire mustered out, and 
the organization, composed of vet- 

, erans and recruits, is still in ser- 
vice.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 

part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Casualties. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry M. Porter 28 Aug., 62 

Major. 

Edgar N. Bullard, a. w. m. 

Captains. 

Oeorge E. Croff 10 May, 63 

Jackson V. Parker 14 Dec., 

Henry Stowed 27 Sept., 64 

Frank N. Finney 1 May, 03 

Darwin A. Smalley, a. w. m. 
John Li. Moseley, a. w. in. 

First Lieutenants. 



Geo. W. Sheldon, Adj't. .12 Feb., 

Charles H. Sheldon 27 Jan., 

John Q. Dickenson, R. 

Q.M 27 Sept. 

John A. Prindle 27 Sept. . 

Fernando Randall 1 Oct., 

Charles McCormic 5 Dec, 

■Wesley C. Howes 29 Apr., 

Edward M. Knox, a.w.m. 
Edwin B. Hendry, a. w. m. 
Dexter B. Town, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Surgeon. 

Enoch Blanchard 16 Sept., 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Edwin W. Treuworthy, a. w. m. 

Chaplain. 
William C. Hopkins 10 Oct., 



Resigned, (21.) 

Lieut. Colonel Volney S. Fullam, August 26, 1862. 

Captain Daniel Landon, November 17, 1862. 
i Captain William Cronan, May 30, 1863. 

Captain Charles E. Parker, October 22. 1863. 
: Captain Charles Clark, December 7, 1863. 

Captain Austin E. Woodman, July 7, 1865. 

First Lieut. George M. R. Howard. September 1, 1862. 

First Lieut. William L. Harris, October 15. 1862. 

First Lieut. Edmund A. Morse, R. Q. M., November 27, 1862. 

First Lieut, William B. Thrall, February 2. 1863. 

First Lieut. Leonard P. Bingham. August 13, 1863. 
• First Lieut. Edwin R. Paine, April 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Alien Spaulding, July 28, 1864. 

First Lieut Arnold P. Wait, August 13, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Hiram B. Fiah, October 15, 1862. 
! Second Lieut. Henry Hanchet, January 27, 1863. 
I Second Lieut. Isaac N. Collins, November 9, 1863. 

Surgeon Francis W Kelley, September 5. 1662. 

Assistant Surgeon Henry H. Langdon, March 27, 18b3. 
int Surgeon Charles H. Tenney, January 20, 1864. 

i Chaplain Henry M. Frost, September, 1862. 
Discharged, (11.) 

1 Colonel William C. Holbrook, June 2, 1865. 

Captain John 13. Kilburn, January 11, 1863. 

Captain Erwin V. N. Hitchcock, June 1, 1864. 
( Captain Riley B. Stearns, Mav 15, 1865. 

First Lieut. Rodney C. Gates," June 4, 1863. 

First Lieut. George Ross, March 15, 1865. 

First Lieut. George II. Cramer, Mav 23, 1865. 

First Lieut. Milton L. Gilbert, July 1G, 1865. 
1 Second Lieut. George H. Kelley, January 27, 1863. 
j Second Lieut. Henry G. Stearns, February 2. 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Elihu S. Foster, February 20, 1865. 

po Expiration of term of service, (4.) 

64 Lieut, Colonel David B. Peck, August 26, 1865. 
Captain David P. Barber, An<rust 30. 1864. 
Captain Salmon Dutton, May 31. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Samuel T. Buell, August 30, 1,864. 

Promoted, (1.) 

65 First Lieut. George E. Jones, R. Q. M., March 2, 1864, to 

Captain and C. S. U. S. vols. 

Dismissed, (2.) 
First Lieut. George Brown, December 23, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Chester W. Carpenter, January 7, 1865. 

Died, (7.) 
I Colonel George T. Roberts, August 7, 1862, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Baton Rouge, La. 
; Captain Lorenzo D. Brooks, killed near Vicksburg, Miss., by 
a cannon shot, on board the steamer Ceres, July 23, 1862. 
62 ; Captain Charles C. Ruggles, July 24, 1862, of sun stroke, at 
Carrollton, La. 
Captain Mahlon M. Young, killed in battle at Marianna, Fla., 

September 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry H. French, January 20, 1863, of disease. 
I First Lieut. Rollin M. Green, November 17, 1863, at Barran- 
cas, Fla. 
Second Lieut. Richard T. Cull, July 28, 1862, at Baton Rouge, 
62 I La. 



NOTE.— This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its roster is made up to the 31st day of August, 1865. 



110 



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EIGHTH REGIMENT. 
(VETERAN.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Brattleboro', Vt, February 18, 
1862. to serve three years. Trie 
original members (non-veterans) 
were mustered out June 22, 1864, 
to take effect June 1, 1864. in ac- 
cordance with an act of the Ver- 
mont legislature, confirmed by the 
War Department January 28, 
1864, the veterans and recruits re- 
organized into a veteran regiment, 
and retained in service until June 
28, 1865, when it was mustered 
out, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

(The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this regiment 
bore an honorable part yet pub- 
lished in orders :) 



" COTTEN, 



"BISLAND," 
HUDSON." 



"PORT 



Colonel. 
John B. Mead 8 April, 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Alvin B. Franklin 8 April, 65 

Major. 
Henry M. PolEird 28 April, 65 

Captains. 

Moses McFarland 15 Mar., 63 

William H. Smith. 20 Aug., 64 

John Bisbee 3 Nov. , 

John M. Pike 16 Nov., 

Samuel W. Shattuck 6 Feb., 65 

Lemuel M. Hutchinson.. 6 Feb., 

James W. Smith 21 Mar., 

Joseph N. Dunton 12 April, 

William H. Haskins 12 April, 

Francis E. Warren 28 April, 

First Lieutenants. 

Lewis Childs 9 June, 64 

Edward F. Gould 26 Aug., 

Henry Carpenter, Adft.. 6 Feb., 65 

Ezra H. Brown 6 Feb., 

Merrill L. Hodgkins 6 Feb., 

Perry Porter, jr 6 Feb., 

Wheaton Livingston, jr. . 2 Mar., 

George B. Hutehins 21 Mar., 

Martin L. Bruce 12 April, 

Waitstell R. Pettee 12 April, 

Frank R. Warner 1 May, 

James Welch, R. Q. M..28 May, 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (11.) 

Lieut. Colonel Edward M. Brown, December 23, 1862. 

Major Luman M. Grout, June 11, 1863. 

Captain Henry E. Foster, August 15, 1863. 

Captain Charles B. Child, October 21, 1863. 

First Lieut. George N. Holland, October 15, 1862. 

First Lieut. Job W. Green, April 1, 1863. 

First Lieut. Edward B. Wright, June U, 1863. 

First Lieut. George F. French, June 6, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William H. II. Holton, January 13, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Neweli H. Hibbard, June 12, 1865. 

Assistant Surgeon Samuel H. Currier, October 20, 1862. 



Discharged, (17.) 

Colonel Stephen Thomas, January 21, 1865. 

Lieut. Colonel Charles Dillingham. December 12, 1863. 

Lieut. Colonel Henry F. Dutton, November 16, 1864. 

Captain William W. Lynde, October 18, 1863. 

Captain Fred. D. Butterfield, July 22, 1864. 

Captain Squire E. Howard, December 9, 1864. 

Captain George O. Ford, February 24, 1865. 

Captain Alfred E. Getchell, February 26, 1865. 

First Lieut. Kilburn Day, December 11, 1862. 

First Lieut. Joshua C. Morse, July 10, 1863. 

First Lieut. Fred. E. Smith, R. Q. M., November 30, 1863. 

First Lieut. Andrew J. Sargent, February 24, 1865. 

First Lieut. George E. Sellock, February 24, 1865. 

First Lieut. Edward Dewey, i?. Q. M., March 27, 1865. 

Second Lieut. James Welch, February 17, 1865. 

Second Lieut. William II. Spencer, March 9, 1865. 

Surgeon George P. Gale, June 24, 1862. 

Expiration of term of service, (4.) 

Major John L. Barstow, June 22, 1864. 
Captain Cyrus B. Leach, June 22, 1864. 
Captain Daniel S. Foster, June 22, 1864. 
Chaplain Francis C. Williams, June 22, 1664. 

Promoted. (3.) 

Captain Hiram E. Perkins, April 9, 1863, to Major 73d. U. S. 
C T. 

Captain George N. Carpenter, Juiy 2, 1864, to Captain and 
C. S. 

Assistant Surgeon Cyrus H. Allen, November 19, 1864, to Sur- 
geon 5th regiment Vermont vols. 

Died, (11.) 

Captain John S. Clark, March 20, 1863. 

Captain Samuel G. P. Craig, May 4, 1863, of disease. 

Captaiu Edward Hall, October 29, 1864, of wounds. 

First Lieut. Adoniram J. Howard, November 11, 1862. 

First Lieut. Stephen F. Spaulding, killed in action June 14. 

1864. 
First Lieut. Nathan C. Cheney, October 21, 1864, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Darius G. Childs, July 20, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Gilman S. Rand, July 22, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Truman P. Kellogg, July 23, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Aaron K. Cooper, killed in action October 19, 

1864. 
Second Lieut. Nat. Robie, December 6, 1864, of disease, in 

Vermont. 



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Ill 



Second Lieutenants. 


Dismissed, (3.) 


Franklin P. Carpenter.. 28 Mar., 64 
John A Ripl' y 12 April, 


Second Lieut. Frederick J. Fuller, June 2, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Carter N. Nasou, June 2, 1863. 


Henry H. Newton 2 Mar., 65 

Abner N.Flint 2 Mar., 

George W. Hill 20 Ma r. . 

Horace P. Emerson 12 April, 

Hymenius A. Davis 12 April, 

Curtis W. Lynn 1 May, 

Henry W. Downs 1 May, 


Second Lieut. Dennis Buckley, December 7, 1863, 


Surgeon. 




Heman H. Gillett 15 July, 62 




Assistant Surgeon. 




Oliver E. Ross 17 Sept., 63 


• 


Chaplain. 




Thomas Bavne 23 Mar., 65 









NOTE. — The router of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



112 



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NINTH REGIMENT. 
(BATTALION OF.) 
(This regiment was organized at Brat- 
tleboro, Vt., July 9, 1862, for three 
years. The original members were 
mustered out June 13, 1865, and 
the recruits and veterans consoli- 
dated into a battalion of four com- 
panies, which still remain in ser- 
vice.) . 



(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Herman Sellingston 24 Aug., 65 



Captains. 

Patrick Hobon 11 Apr., 65 

Elias L. Brownell 23 Aug., 

Charles F. Branch 31 Aug., 

Burnham Cowdrey 20 Sept., 



First Lieutenants. 

John E. McGinnis.-. 1 Sept., 65 

Elijah W. Bird 2 Sept., 

George C. Chamberlin ..20 Sept., 
John W. Thomas, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutejiants. 

Harrison K. Bacon 23 Aug., 65 

Gordon N. Br iggs 1 Sept., 

Edson B. Palmer 2 Sept., 



Surgeon. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (34.) 

Colonel Dudley K. Andross, May 22, 1863. 
Lieut. Colonel Edwin S. Stowcll, May 11. 1863. 
Captain Abial H. Slayton, December*8, 1862. 
Captain Albert R. Sabin. December 24. 1862. 
Captain Guy H. Guyer, February 13, 1863. 
Captain William J. Henderson, February 17, 1863. 
Captain Lewis II. Bisbee, June 6, 1863. 
Captain Albion J. Mower, July 12, 1863. 
Captain David W. Lewis, September 1, 1864. 
Captain Edwin A. Ki'bourne, September 28, 1864. 
Captain James T. Bascom, March 9, 1865. 
Captain Elisha M. Quimby, May 11, 1865. 
First Lieut. John C. Stearns, Adj't, May 30, 1863. 
First Lieut. Stillman Stone, October 22, 1863. 
First Lieut. Alfred C. Ballard, July 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Erastus W. Jewett, November 28, 1864. 
First Lieut. Joel C. Baker, April 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. Henry D. Belden, Adjt, April 25, 1865. 
First Lieut. Alvan P. Vaughan, May 2, 1865. 
First Lieut. Herbert II. Moore, May 9. 1865. 
First Lieut. Theodore S. Peck, May 26. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Justus Dart, November 13, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Oliver C. Campbell, December 24, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Elijah B. Sherman, January 7, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Calvin R. Loveland, March 5. 1863, 
Second Lieut. Curtis A. Hibbard, Mav 16, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Henry H. Rice, June 1, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Asa II. Snow, December 14, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles II. Hodge, December 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John Whitcher, January 29, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George W. Sneden. May 4, 1865. 
Surgeon Walter B. Carpenter. November 4, 1864. 
ut Surgeon Horace P. Hall, March 13, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Story N. Got ?, October 15, 1863. 

Discharged, (1.) 

First Lieut. James F. Bolton, November 23, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (24.) 

Colonel Edward H. Ripley, June 13, 1865. 

Lieut. Colonel Valentine G. Barney. June 13, 1865. 

Major Joseph C. Brooks, June 13, 1865. 

Captain Samuel H. Kelley, June 13, 1865. 

Captain Linus E. Shermanj-June 13, 1865. 

Captain Asaph Clarke, June 13, 1865. 

Captain James T. Gorham, June 13, 1865. 

Captain Eugene Viele, June 13, 1865. 

Captain JOsiah O. Livingston, June 13, 1865. 

Captain Abel E. Leavenworth, June 13, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles W. Haskell, June 13, 1865. 

First Lieut. Edward L. Kelly, June 13, 1865. 

First Lieut, Franklin E. Rice, R. Q. M, June. 13, 1865. 

First Lieut. Edmund F. Cleveland. June 13, 1865. 

First Lieut, George W. Gould, Adj't, June 13, 1865. 

First Lieut. William C. Holman, June 13. 1865. 

Second Lieut, William A. Dodge, June 13, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Richard F. Parker. June 1& 1865. 

Second Lieut. John S. Halbert, June 13, 1865. 

Second Lieut. George N. Carpenter, June 13, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Sylvester C. Burliugame, June 13, 1865. 

Surgeon Walter S. Vincent, June 13, 1865. 

Assistant Surgeon Erastus P. Fairman, June 13, 1865. 

Chaplain Lucius C. Dickenson, June 13, 1865. 



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113 



Assistant Surgeon. 
Chaplain. 



Promoted, (2.) 

Colonel George J. Stannard, March 11, 1863, to Brigadier 

General U. S. vols. 
First Lieut. Francis O. Sawyer, R. Q. M. August 15, 1864, to 

Captain and A. Q. M. 

Dismissed, (1.) 
First Lieut. John Gray, August 28, 1865. 
Died, (4.) 

Major Charles Jarvis, killed in action at Cedar Point, Vo., 
December 1, 1863. 

Major Amasa Bartlett, March 16, 1864, of disease, at Newport 
Barracks, N. C. 

Captain George A. Beebe, August 10, 1862, of disease, at Win- 
chester, Va. 

Second Lieut. Calvin M. Jenkins, October 1, 1864, of wounds 
received near Chapin's farm, Va. 



Note.— This organization not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its roster is made up to August 31, 1865. 



8 a 



114 



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TENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Brattleboro', Vt., September 1, 
3862, for three years. The origi- 
nal members were mustered out 
June 22, 1865, and the remaining 
men transferred to the 5th regiment 
Vermont volunteers.) 

"wilderness," "spottsylvania," 
"coal harbor, 1 ' "petersburg," 
" monocacy," " opequan," " ce- 
utar creek," " fisher's hill," 

Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

George B. Damon 24 Feb. , 65 

(Breret Major 19 October, 1864.) 

Major. 
Wyllys Lyman 24 Feb., 65 

Captains. 

John A. Salsbury 8 Nov., 62 

(Brevet Major 19 October. 1864.) 
Alexander W. Chilton. . .27 Aug., 64 

George E. Davis 30 Nov., 

Salmon E. Parham 17 Jan., 65 

Lemuel U. Abbott 5 Feb., 

James S. Thompson 14 Apr., 

Rufus K. Tabor 14 Apr., 

Daniel Foster 20 May, 

Henry G. Stiles 1 June, 

Henry H. Dewey, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Charles D. Bogue .19 Jan., 63 

William White 29 Aug., 64 

Silas H. Lewis, jr 30 Nov., 

Edward P. Farr 1 Feb., 65 

Samuel Greer 26 Feb., 

C. W. Wheeler, R. Q. JU .26 Feb., 

William R. Hoyt 14 Apr., 

Artemas G.Wheeler 14 Apr., 

Edward Vinclette 14 May, 

George P. Welch, Adft.. 19 May, 
Edward Stickney ,..20 May, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Almon Ingram 26 Feb., 65 

Thomas H. White 14 Apr. , 

Surgeon. 
Willard A. Child, a. ,w. m. 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Chaplain. 
John B. Perry 14 Apr. , 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (15.) 

Colonel Albert B. Jewett. April 25, 1864. 

Colonel William W. Henry, (Brevet Brigadier General' March 

7, 1865,) December 17, 1864. 
Lieut, Colonel John H. Edson, £®. 3J., October 16, 1862. 
Captain Madison E. Winslow, December 25, 1862. 
Captain Giles F. Appleton, January 26, 1863. 
Captain Hiram Piatt, April 5, 1864. 
Captain Lucius T. Hunt, December 1, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles M. Start, December 5, 1862. . 
First Lieut. Jerome C. Dow, January 5, 1863. 
First Lieut. William H. H. Sabin. January 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Stephen D. Soule, January 12, 1863. 
Second Lieut, Ernest C. Colby, January 16, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Maximilian Hopkins, January 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Justin Carter, February 26, 1864. 
Chaplain Edwin M. Haynes, October 2, 1864. 

Discharged, (8.) 

Captain John A. Sheldons, August 4, 1864. 
Captain Pearl D. Blodgett, November 22, 1864. 
Captain Chester F. Nye, December 27, 1864. 
Captain Henry W. Kingsley, April 16, 1865. 
Captain John A. Hicks, jr., May 20. 1865. 
First Lieut. Lyman C. Gale, July 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. George P. Welch, January 5, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Austin W. Fuller, December 15, 1864. 

Promoted, (7.) 

Captain Hiram R. Steele, June 15, 1864, to Captain and C. S. 

Captain Merritt Barber, (Brevet Major October 19, 1864,) May 
20, 1865, to Captain and A. A. G. 

First Lieut. Alonzo B. Valentine, R. Q. M., April 6, 1864, to 
Captain and C. S. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Reynolds, R. Q. M., June 9, 1865, to 
Captain and A. Q. M. 

Second Lieut. George W. Burnell, December 17, 1863, to 
Captain 19th regiment U. S. C. T. 

Assistant Surgeon Joseph Rutherford, March 20, 1865, to Sur- 
geon 17th regiment Vermont infantry vf\. 

Assistant Surgeon Almon Clark, April 13, 1865, to Surgeon 
1st regiment Vermont cavalry vols. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Lieut. Colonel Charles G. Chandler, December 24, 1864. 
Second. Lieut. Alexander Wilkey, February 27, 1865. 

Died, (8.) 

Major Edwin Dillingham, killed in action September 19, 1864. 
Captain Edwin B. Frost, killed in action June 3, 1864. 
Captain Samuel Darrah, killed in action June 6, 1864. 
Captain Lucian D. Thompson, killed in action October 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. Ezra Stetson, killed in action June 1, 1864. 
First Lieut. Daniel G. Hill, October 26, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action. 
Fi»-st Lieut. James M. Read, Adj't, April 6, 1865, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Charles G. Newton, killed in action June 1, 1864. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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115 



^TWELFTH REGIMENT. 




Casualties. 


(This regiment was organizer] 


at 





Brattleboro', Vt., October 4, 1662, 


Resigned, (8.) 


to serve nine months ; it was mus- 




tered out July 14, 1863, by reason 


Captain William H. Boynton, September 10. 1862. 


of expiration of term of service 


) 


Captain Carlton H. Roundv, January 23, 1863. 
First Lieut. Albert W. Russell. January 23, 1863. 


(The official list of battles in which 


First Lieut. James P. Cleveland, jr., March 3, 1863. 


this regiment bore an honorable 


First Lieut. R. W. Chamberlin, March 10, 1863. 


part is not yet published in orders.) 


First Lieut. Elbridge H. Greswold, March 14, 1863. 


Colonel. 




Second Lieut. Freeborn E. Bell, September 1, 1862. 




Second Lieut. Erastus D. Turbell, January 23, 1863. 


Asa P. Blunt 4 Oct., 


62 




Lieutenant Colonel. 




Discharged, (4.) 


Roswell Farnham 4 Oct. , 


62 




Major , 




Captain Walter C. Landon, February 14, 1863. 




First Lieut. George L. Raymond. November 25, 1862. 


Levi G. Kin gsley 4 Oct., 


62 


Second Lieut. Henry W. Davis, February 16, 1863. 


Captains. 




Second Lieut. Benjamin Warren, jr., June 17, 1863. 


Charles L. Savage 4 Oct., 


62 


Died, (2.) 


Ora Paul, jr 4 Oct., 




' 


Lemuel W. Page 4 Oct., 




Second Lieut. Knowlton P. Howard, October 21, 1862. 


David F. Cole 4 Oct., 




Second' Lieut. Edwin S. Chadwick, May 14, 1863. 


Hamilton S. Gilbert 4 Oct., 






Darius Thomas 4 Oct., 






E.J. Ormsbee 4 Oct., 






Preston S. Chamberlin.. 4 Oct., 






George E. Dimick 1 Mar., 


63 




Stephen G. Staley 6 Mar., 






First Lieutenants. 






WinslowW. Wait 4 Oct., 


62 




H. Brownson, R. Q. M.. 4 Oct., 






R. C. Vaughn, Adjt 4 Oct., 






Herman R. Wing 4 Oct., 






James L. Farnham 4 Oct., 






George W. Robinson 4 Oct., 






William Loomis 23 Jan., 


63 




James W. Kelly 10 Mar. , 






Carlos D. Williams 10 Mar., 






Lothrop J. Cloyes 16 Mar., 






Edgar M. Rounds 8 May, 






Edwin C. EmmonA 4 June, 






Second Lieutenants. 






George H. Kittredge 4 Oct., 


as 




George G. Benedict 23 Jan., 


63 




Edward D. Redington. ..23 Jan., 






Stephen F. Hammond -.25 Jan., 




> 


Moses W. Leach 14 Feb., 






Dan. K. Hall 10 Mar. 






Thomas A. Brock 10 Mar., 






Horace W. Lewis 10 Mar., 






Crayton A. Woodbury, a. w. m. 






Surgeon . 






Ben. F. Ketchum 4 Oct., 


62 




Assista7it Surgeons. 






Granville P. Conn 4 Oct., 


62 




Oliver E. Ross, a. w, m. 






Chaplain. 






Lewis O. Brastow 4 Oct., 


62 





* For 11th regiment see 1st heavy artillery. 
NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



116 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment wasorganized at Brat- 
tleboro', Vermont. October 10, 18(52, 
to serve nine months. It was mus- 
tered out July 21, 1863, by reason 
of expiration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Francis V. Randall 10 Oct. , 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Wm. D. Munson, a. w. m. 

Major. 
Joseph J. Boynton 5 May, 63 

Captains. 

Andrew J. Davis 15 July, 62 

John Lonergan 10 Oct. , 

Orcas C. Wilder 10 Oct., 

Lewis L. Coburn 10 Oct., 

John M. Thacher 10 Oct., 

George G Blake 10 Oct. , 

Merritt B. Williams 16 Jan., 63 

George Bascom, a. w. m. 
Aro B. Slayton. a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

John T. Sennott 10 Oct., 62 

Stephen F. Brown 10 Oct. , 

Clesson R. McElrov 4 Nov., 

Nelson A. Taylor, R.Q.M.28 Nov., 

Samuel F. Prentiss 8 Dec, 

James S. Peck, Adj't 22 Jan., 63 

Albert Clark 22 Jan., 

William E. Martin 1 Mar., 

Edward L. Hibbard, a. a>. m. 
Justin Naramore, a. w. m. 
Frank Kenfield. a. w. m. 
Hiram Perkins, a.-w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

David McDevitt 10 Oct., 62 

Edwin F. Palmer 4 Nov., 

Chester W. Searles 22 Jan., 63 

William L. Blake 1 Mar. , 

William A. Cooper 1 Mar. , 

Hiram Shattuck, a.w.m. 
Arnold C. Fay, a.w.m. 
Sidney S. Morey, a. ic. ?n. 
Chas.W. Randall, a. w. m. 
Walter A. Phillips, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 
George Nichols 10 Oct., 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 
John B. Crandall 10 Oct., 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (9.) , 

Lieut. Colonel Andrew C. Brown, May 5, 1863. 

Major Lawrence D. Clark, March 31. 1863. 

Captain William V. Peck, January 25. 1863. 

Captain John L. Yale, February 12, 1863. 

Captain Lucius H. Bostwick. June 3, 1863. 

First Lieut. Leonard F. Aldrich, R. Q. M., November 24, 1862. 

First Lieut. Charles E. Bancroft, January 15, 1863. 

First Lieut. George S. Robinson, February 16, 1863. 

Second Lieut. John M. Rolfe, February 5, 1863. 

Discharged, (2.) 

Second Lieut. Nelson Goodspeed, October 10, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Carmi L. Marsh, February 17, 1863. 

Died, (4.) 

Captain Marvin White, December 13. 1862, of disease. 
Captain Orloff H. Whitney, June 4, 1863. 
First Lieut. Nathaniel Jones, jr., October 29, 1862, of disease. 
Chaplain Joseph Sargeant, April 20, 1863. 



Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



117 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 


(MILITIA.} 









(This regiment was organized at Brat- 
tleboro', Vt., October 31, 1862, for 
nine months, and mustered out 
July 30, 1863, by reason of expira- 
tion of term of service.) 


Resigned, (3.) 

First Lieut. Theophilus C. Middlebrook, January 10, 1863. 
First Lieut. John W. Woodruff, April 23, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Lewis P. Fuller, March 12, 1863. 


(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

William T. Nichols 21 Oct., 62 


Discharged, (2.) 

Captain Alonzo N. Colvin, Pebruary 11, 1863. 
Surgeon Edwin H. Sprague, December 1, 1862. 


Lieutenant Colonel. 




Died, (1.) 


Charles W. Rose 

Major. 


.21 Oct., 


62 


Second Lieut. William H. Hamilton, killed in action at Get- 
tysburg, Pa., July 3, 1863. 


Nathaniel B. Hall 


.21 Oct., 


62 




Captains. 








Ransom 0. Gore 


.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.15 Feb. 


62 
63 








Charles E. Abell 

Edwin Rich 




Noble F. Dunshie 

Walter C. Dunton 

Solomon T. Allen 

William H. Munu 




First Lieutenants. 






Harrison Prindle, Adj't 
Charles Field, R. Q. M. 

Edward N. Thayer 

A . Judson Blakely 

Nathan L. Andrew 

Henry B. Needham... 
Julius H. Bosworth... 

John H. Allen 

A lander W. Clark 

Milo A. Williams 

Phineas C. Paul 

Charles W. Corey 


.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.23 Jan., 
.26 Feb., 
- IMay, 


62 
63 




Second Lieutenants. 








-21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct.. 
.21 Oct., 
.21 Oct., 
.31 Mar., 


62 
63 




Henry L. York 

Henry D. Young 




Andrew J. Child 

Charles A. Rann 




Daniel Conway 

Harley G. Sheldon 




Surgeon. 








Adrian T. Woodward, a. w. m. 






Assistant Surgeons 






Lucretius D. Ross 


.21 Oct., 


62 




Arro M. Plant, a. to. m. 




Chaplain. 








William S. Smart 


-21 Oct., 


62 





Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



118 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 




Casualties. 


(militia) 







(This regiment was organized 


at 


Resigned, (10.) 


Brattleboro', Vermont, October 22, 




1662, to serve nine months, and 


Captain Warren Noyes. November 7, 1862. 


mustered out by reason of expira- 


Captain Stephen R. McGaffey, January 7, 1863. 


tion of term of service, August 5, 


Captain William H. Johnson, January 12, 1863. 


1863, at Brattleboro', Vermont.) 




Captain Cornelius N. Carpenter, January 14, 1863. 


(The official list of battles in, which 


First Lieut. Harry Downing, November 14, 1862. 


this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 


First Lieut. Truman F. Bean. November 18, 1662. 


First Lieut. Lucius S. Gerry, March 30, 1863. 
First Lieut. Rufus T. Averill, April 14, 1863. 


Colonel. 




Second Lieut. Warren C. Meserve, June 11, 1863. 


Redfield Proctor 23 Oct., 


G2 


Surgeon Carlton P. Frost, May 3, 1863. 


Lieutenant Colonel. 




Discharged, (1.) 


William W. Grout 22 Oct., 


62 




Major. 




Captain Riley E. Wright, June 18, 1863. 


Charles F. Spaulding. . . .22 Oct., 


62 


Died, (1.) 


Captains. 




Second Lieut. William M. Tibbitts, March 18, 1863, of disease, 


Horace E. Brown 22 Oct, , 


62 


at Fairfax, Va. 


James M. Ayer 22 Oct., 






Charles G. French 22 Oct. , 






Xerxes C. Stevens 22 Oct., 






George B. Woodward... 22 Oct., 






John H. Oakes 8 Nov., 






George H. Blake 9 Jan., 


63 




Robert P. Noyes 12 Jan., 






Marshall A. Carpenter... 15 Jan., 






William A. Chapman, a. w. m. 






First Lieutenants. 






Joseph M. Poland, Adj't, 22 Oct., 


62 




Put, McMillan, R. Q. M. 22 Oct., 






William H. Norton 22 Oct., 






Joseph P. Hall 22 Oct., 






JohnC. Blanchard 22 Oct., 






Moses Lyman 8 Nov. , 






Edward'E. Herrick 9 Jan., 


63 




Justin 0. Roundy 9 Jan., 






Luman V. Quimby 12 Jan., 






John R. Thompson 15 Jan., 






Edwin L. Hovey 1 May, 






Stephen 0. Elkins, a. w. m. 






Second Lieutenants. 






John B. Rogers 22 Oct., 


62 




Alexander L. Bigelow. .. 8 Nov., 






Denison L. Buruham 18 Nov., 






George W. Tobin 12 Jan. , 


63 




Elden J. Hartshorn 15 Jan., 






Charles D. Brainerd 1 May, 






Horace E. Nason 1 May, 






Albert S. Avery 2. May, 






Charles Goss, a. w. m. 






Charles C. Hammond, a. w. m. 






Surgeon. 






Gates B. Bullard 4 May, 


63 




Assistant Surgeons. 






Chaplain. 




' 


Ephraim C. Cummings..22 Oct., 


62 





NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



119 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Brat- 
tlcboro', Vt., October 23, 1662, to 
serve nine months, and mustered 
out, on expiration of term of ser- 
vice, August 10, 1863, at Brattk- 
boro', Vt.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Wheelock G. Yeazey. ... .23 Oct., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles Cnmmings: 23 Oct., 62 

Major. 

William Rounds 23 Oct., 62 

Captains. 

Henry A. Eaton 23 Oct.. 62 

Robert B. Armes '23 Oct, 

AsaG. Foster 23 Oct., 

David Ball 23 Oct., 

Alvin C.Mason 23 Oct., 

Henry P. Dix 23 Oct., 

Harvey N. Bruce 23 Oct., 

Lyman E. Knapp 23 Oct., 

Elmer D. Ktvcs 1 Jan., 63 

William Danforth 16 Jan., 

First Lieutenants. 

James G. Henry, R. Q. M. 23 Oct. , 62 

Daniel M. Clough 23 Oct., 

Jobs F. Vinton 23 Oct., 

Luther F. Moore 23 Oct., 

Charles E. Goodhue 23 Oct., 

Joseph Spafford 23 Oct., 

Henry Gillett 23 Oct., 

Benjamin C. Dutton 23 Oct., 

H. O. Peabody, Adjt... 1 Jan., 63 

Charles A. Norcross 17 Mar., 

Warren C. Williams 1 April, 

Francis G. Clark 1 April, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Jason E. Freeman 1 Jan., 63 

George M. Clarke 1 Jan., 

George O. Hawkins 18 Jan., 

James Tarbell 16 Mar. , 

Henry A. Fletcher 4 May, 

William W. Bemis 4 May, 

Gardner Cox 4 May, 

Hugh Henry 12 May, 

Surgeon. 

Castanus B. Park, jr 23 Oct., 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

George Spafford 23 Oct., 62 

Nathaniel G. Brooks, a. to. m. 

Chaplain. 

Alonzo Webster 23 Oct., 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (11.) 

Captain Joseph H. Sawyer, December 26, 1.862. 
Captain Samuel Hutchinson, January 8, 1863. 
First Lieut. Jabez D. Bridgman, Adj't, January 12, 1863. 
First Lieut. Lewis Graham, March 16, 1863. 
First Lieut. Kitteridge Haskins, March 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Oscar W. Sherwin, December 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John C. Sanborn, December 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Oeorge H. Barns, February 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Joseph W. Waldo, March 13, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Ardin H. Whitmore, March 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles F. Simons, May 14, 1863. 

Discharged, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Ira W. Thomas, January 13, 1863. 

Died, (2.) 

Second Lieut. Pascnl S. Laughton, August 6, 1863. , 

Second Lieut Cyrus B. Lawton, July 11, 1863, of wounds 
received in action. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



120 



VERMONT INFANTRY. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Bur- 
lington, Vt., from January 5, 18(34, 
to September 22, 1864 — nine com- 
panies for the term of three years, 
and one company (K) for the terms 
of one and three years. Mustered 
out of service July 14, 1865, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 

"wilderness," "spottsylvania." 
"north anna," "coal harbor," 
"petersburg," " weldon rail- 
road," "hatcher's run." 

Colonel. 

Francis V. Randall 17 Oct., 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 
Lyman E. Knapp 27 Nov., 64 

Captains. 

George L. Robinson 9 Apr., 64 

Eldin J. Hartshorn 12 Apr., 

Charles W. Corey 19 May, 

Daniel Conway 6 July, 

John L. Yale 14 Oct., 

Benjamin F. Giddings. ..21 Nov., 
Charles D. Brainerd 1 May, 65 

First Lieutenants. 

James S. Peck, Adjk. . . .12 Apr., 64 
Buel J. Derbv, R. Q. M12 Apr., 

Arnold C. Fay 14 Oct., 

Hollis O. Claflin 27 Nov., 

Joel H. Lucia 9 Mar., 65 

Henry D. Jordan 13 Apr., 

Albert C. Raymond 13 Apr., 

John J. Dale". 1 May, 

Josiah B. Carpenter 7 May, 

"William H. Smith 30 June 

"William B. Burbank, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 

Joseph Rutherford 21 Mar., 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Beth W. Langdon 11 Mar., Co 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 

First Lieut. William H. Norton, June 10. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Alonzo H. Danforth. June 3. 1664. 
Second Lieut. Henry Gilmore, May 13. 1865, 
Second Lieut. Worthingham Pierce, June 16, 1865. 

Discharged, (6.) 

Captain Stephen F. Brown, August 22, 1864. 
Captain Frank Kenfitld, May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Edward L. Hibbard, October 19, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George W. Kingsburv, October 5. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles W. Randall." May 9. 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Henry Spohn, November 2, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (1.) 

Surgeon P. O'Meara Edson, February 27, 1865. 

Died, (14.) 

Lieut. Colonel Charles Cummings, killed in action September 
30, 18t34. 

Major William B. Reynolds, killed in action near Petersburg. 
Va., July 30, 1864. 

Captain Andrew J. Davis, June 18, 1864, of wounds. 

Captain Henry A. Eaton, killed in action September 30, 1864. 

First. Lieut. Gardner W. Gibson, June 14, 18ti4. 

First Lieut. Guy H. Guyer, killed in action near Petersburg. 
Va., June 17, 1864. 

First Lieut. Samuel G. Brown, July 5, 1864, of disease. 

First Lieut. George Hicks, (Brevet Captain July 6, 1864,) 
killed in action near Petersburg, Va., July 30, 1S(>4. 

First Lieut. Leonard P. Bingham, killed in action July 30, 
1864. 

First Lieut. William E. Martin, killed in action July 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry B. Needham, August 6, 1864, of wounds. 

Second Lieut. John R. Converse, killed in action July 30, 1864. 

Second Lieut. George W. Tobin, killed in action at Poplar 

* Grove Church.. Va., September 30, 1864. 

Second Lieut. J. Edwin Henry, killed in action before Peters- 
burg, Va., April 2, 1865. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY. 



121 



I FIRST REGIMENT. 

(The companies of this regiment from 
A to H, inclusive, were organ- 
ized at Readville. Mass., from 
September 5, 1861, to November 1, 
1861, for three years. Companies 
I, K, L, and M, of the original 
organization, were detached Au- 
gust 4, 1863, to form an independent 
battalion of cavalry, to which eight 
new companies were added Febru- 
ary 12, 1864, forming the 4th Massa- 
chusetts cavalry. Four new com- 
panies were raised from December 
5, 1863, to January 14, 1864, to take 
th£ place of the transferred com- 
panies. The original members were 
mustered out, and the veterans and 
recruits consolidated into eight com- 
panies October 24, 1864. They re- 
mained in Bervice until June 29, 
1865, when mustered out in accord- 
ance with orders from the War De- 
partment.) 

"POOLSVILLE," "SOUTH MOUNTAIN," 
"FREDERICKSBURG," "CHANCEL- 
LORSVILLE," "ANTIETAM," 'GET- 
TYSBURG," "BRANDY STATION," 
"ALDIE," "UPPERV1LLE," " WIL- 
EIAMSPORT," "CULPEPER," "AU- 
BURN," "TODD'S TAVERN," "FOR- 
TIFICATIONS OF RICHMOND," "ST. 
MARY'S CHURCH," " COAL HAR- 
BOR," "BELLEFIELD," "VAUGHAN 
ROAD." 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel E. Chamberlin . . 2 July, 64 
(Brevet Brig. Gen. 24 Feb., 1865.) 



Majors. 

John Tewksbury 12 Dec. , 64 

Amos L. Hopkins 16 June, 65 

Captains. 

Joseph C. Murphy 6 Jan., 64 

H. Pelham Curtis 6 Feb., 

Edward A. Flint 17 Mar., 

George H. Teague 17 Dec. , 

Edward S. Wilson 25 Apr., 65 

David W. Herrick 17 June, 

James A. Baldwin, a. w. m. 
Thomas L. Motley, a. w.m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Geo. L. Bradbury, Adft. .17 Dec, 64 
John W. Martin 18 Dec, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (9.) 

Colonel Robert Williams, ZM. \3., £. <3., October 30, 1862. 
Captain Oren R. Shaw, April 17, 1362. 
Captain Dacid B. Keith, June 27, 1862. 
First Lieut. Walter Miles, March 6, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles E. Rice, April 30, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Daniel D. Hughes. May 20, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George W. Martin, June 6, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Oscar DeWolf, December 2, 1862. 
Chaplain William C. Patterson, August 18, 1862. 



Discharged, (35.) 

Colonel Horace B. Sargent, (Brevet Brigadier General March 

21, 1864,) September 29, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel Greely S. Curtis. March 4, 1864. 
Major John H. Edson, JL®. \B., January 7, 1862. 
Major William F. White, July 17, 1862. 
Major Henry L. Higginson, August 9, 1864. 
Captain Horace N. Weld, March 18, 1863. 
Captain Channing Clapv, May 12, 1863. 
Captain Randolph M. Clark, August 8, 1863. 
Captain John G. Thayer, January 15, 1864. 
Captain HeDry P. Bowditch, February 15, 1864. 
Captain Montgomery Ritchie, May 6, 1864. 
Captain Joshua B. F. Hobbes, September 3, 1864. 
Captain Daniel H. L. Gleason, September 14, 1854. 
Captain John Tewksbury, September 29, 1864. (Recommis- 

sioned as Major — same regiment — from civil life, December 

12, 1864.) 
Captain James J. Higginson, May 29, 1865. 
First Lieut. William H. Forbes. January 15, 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles C. Parsons, January 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward R. Merrill, February 15, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry T. Davis, April 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. George M. Fillebrown, June 25, 1864. 
First Lieut, Harrison Holt, July 26, 1864. 
Fir>t Lieut. John A. Goodwin, October 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles G. Davis, January 3, 1865. 
First Lieut. Newell B. ALen, R Q. M., June 2, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edward A. Brackett, Batt. Q. M., March 15, 1862. 
Second Lieut. George F. Jennings, March 25, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Milton R. Bowen, Batt. Q. M., July 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William Coupe, December 27, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin T. O. Snow, February 15, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles A. Longfellow, February 16, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Patrick T. Jackson, March 8, 1864. 
Surgeon James Holland, June 26, 1863. 
Surgeon Albert Wood, November 2, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon George S. Osborne, January 23, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Homer H. Warner, August 20, 1864. 



Expiration of term of service, (6.) 

Captain Benjamin W. Crowninshield, November 7, 1864. 

Captain John Drew, June 26, 1865. 
I First L.eut. Lucius W. Knight, R. Q. M., September 27, 1864. 

First Lieut. Jhn L. Brigham, R. C. S., October 24, 1864. 
j First Lieut. Edward J. Russell, October 24, 1864. 
I Second Lieut. Frank W. Hayden, October 31, 1864. 



122 



MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY 



Benj. G. Mann, R. C. S...10 Jan., 65 

John W. Howland 27 Mar., 

William Foy Smith 4 May, 

Timothy P. Lyman 17 June, 

George W. Flagg 17 June, 



Second Lieutenants. 

George Howe 15 Apr., 65 

George B. Davis 17 June, 



Surgeon. 
Samuel W. Abbott 6 Dec, 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Samuel H. Durgin 14 Aug., 64 

Chaplain. 
George W. Gorham 21 Sept., 64 



Promoted, (4.) 

Captain Casper Crowninshield, January 31, 1863, to Major 2d 
Massachusetts cavalry. 

Captain Charles F. Adams, jr., September 1, 1664, to Lieut. 
Colonel 5th Massachusetts cavalry, a. d. 

First Lieut, George Blagden, January 26, 1863, to Captain 2d 
Massachusetts cavalry. 

Second Lieut. Lawrence N. Duchesney, April 3, 1865, to Cap- 
tain Massachusetts battalion, 26th >iew York cavalry. 

Died, (6.) 

Major Lucius M. Sargent, jr., killed near Bellcfield Station, 

Va., December 9, 1864. 
Captain Myron C. Pratt, killed in action at Snicker's Gap, Va., 

November 3, 1862. • 

First Lieut, Nathaniel Bowditch, March 19, 1863, of wounds 

received at Kelly's Ford, Va. 
First Lieut. Alton E. Phillips, May 4, 1863, of wounds received 

at Cedar Mountain, Va. 
First Lieut, Edward P. HopkiDS, killed in action at Ashland, 

Va., May 11, 1864. 
First Lieut. William W, Wardcll, killed in action at Eanou 

Church, Va., May 28, 1864. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Second Lieut. Horace M. Butler, Batt. Q. M. , January 16, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles W. Dyer, September 3, 1864. 

Transferred, (5.) 

Major AthertonH. Stevens, jr., August 4, 1863, to independent 
battalion Massachusetts cavalry. 

First Lieut, Moses F. Webster, July 31 , 1862, to company K, 
. (afterwards independent battalion Massachusetts cavalry.) 

Second Lieut, Arnold A. Rand, March 18, 1862, to company L 
of this regiment, (afterwards independent battalion Massa- 
chusetts cavalry.) 

Second Lieut. Hollis C. Pinkham, February 9, 1863, to 2d Massa- 
chusetts cavalry. 

Second Lieut, Henry D. Littlefield, October 22, 1864, to 11th 
Massachusetts battery. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY. 



123 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

(Companies A, E, F, L, and M of this 
regiment were organized at San 
Francisco, Cal.; II at Boston, 
Mass.; and B. C, D, and I at Read- 
ville, Maes., from December 10, 
1862, to June 20, 18G3, to serve 
three years. It was mustered out 
of service July 20, 1863, in accord- 
ance with orders from the War De- 
partment.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Majors. 

Archibald McKendry. . . .18 Nov., 64 
"William M. Itumery 1 Mar., 63 



Captains. 

John T. Richards 18 Nov., 64 

Henry Kuhls 18 Nov., 

Henry E. Alvord 11 Dec, 

Henry H. Crocker 1 Jan., 65 

Benjamin F. Partridge. . .19 Feb., 

William C. Manning 25 Mar., 

Hugh Armstrong 20 June, 

Isaac R. Mcintosh 20 June, 

Henry G. Burlingham. ..20 June, 
Edward Thompson . . . .20 June, 

First Lieutenants. 

William W. Parker 28 Oct., 63 

Peleg R. Irwin, R. C. S. .25 Jan., 64 
H. C. Piakham, R. Q. M. .19 April, 

William E. Parker 20 Mar. , 65 

Charles W. Amory 25 Mar., 

Wesley C. Howe 21 June, 

John Passage 21 June, 

William H. H. Hussey ..21 June, 
Henry Herrigan, a. w. to. 

Second Lieutenants. 

George Plummer 1 May, 65 

George E. Baldwin 22 June, 

John L. Finley 22 June, 

William A. Robinson 22 June, 

W. Hilliard 22 June, 

Surgeon. 

Eldridge M.Johnson 6 May, 63 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 

Major Dewit C. Thompson, August 9, 1864. 
Captain David A. De Merritt, September 10, 1864. 
Captain Charles E. Rice, November 12, 1864. 
First Lieut. Alvin W. Stone, September 8, 1864. 

Discharged, (30.) 

Colonel Casper Crownimhield, June 16, 1865. 

Lieut. Colonel Henry S. Russell, March 1, 1864. 

Lieut. Colonel William H. Forbes, May 15, 1865. 

Major George Blagden, June 2, 1865. 

Captain Francis Washburne, February 4, 1864. 

Ciptain Louis Cabot, February 5, 1864. 

Captain Z. B. Adams, Maxell 7, 1864. 

Captain Lewis S. Dabney, January 7, 1865. 

Captain John PhiilipLs, March 28, 1865. 

Captain George A. Manning, May 15, 1865. 

Captain George F. Holmau, May 15, 1865. 

Captain Josiah A. Baldwin, May 15, 1865. 

First Lieut. Joseph M. Brown, R. Q. M., April 18, 1864. 

First Lieut. John W. Sim, May 2, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles M. Kinne, Adft, May 9, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles Pay son, (Brevet Captain August 1, 1864,) 

May 17, 1865. 
First Lieut. Augustus L. Papanti, May 31, 1865. 
First Lieut. Samuel F. Tucker, June 1, 1865. 
First Lieut. Darnley O. Baleum, June 21, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edward W. Wellington, August 22, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Horace B. Welch, February 3, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Cyrus C. Emery, February 3, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Hiram E. W. Clark, March 1,1864. 
Second Lieut. Warren J. Ball, April 13, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John C. Norcross, May 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John W. Owens, May 30, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William L. Wilson, May 31, 1865. 
Surgeon Oscar C. De Wolf, February 4, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Harlow Gamwell, April 27, 1864. 
Chaplain Charles A. Humphreys, April 16, 1865. 

Promoted, (1.) 

First Lieut. Charles B. Fox, May 30, 1863, to Major 55th regi- 
ment Massachusetts vols, of a. d. 

Died, (10.) 

Colonel Charles R. Lowell.ft. <3.,Oct. 19, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Cedar Creek, Va. 

Captain James S. Reed, killed in action near Leesburg, Va., 
February 22, 1864. 

Captain Goodwin A. Stone, July 18, 1864, of wounds received 
in action at Aldie, Va. 

Captain Charles S. Eigenbrodt, killed in action near Charles- 
town, Va., August 25, 1864. 

Captain Rufus W. Smith, October 19, 1864, of wounds received 
in action at Cedar Creek, Va. 

First Lieut. Charles E. Meader, killed in action near Charles- 
town, Va., August 26, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William S. Wells, July 26, 1863, of disease. 

Second Lieut. Henry F. Woodman, October 9, 1864, of wounds 
received in action at Mount Jackson, Va. 

Second Lieut. Lewis Munger, killed in action at Petersburg, 
Va., March 31, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Huntington Wolcott, June 9, 1865, of disease. 



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Assistant Surgeon. 


• 


Alvan F. Bucknam 3 Aug., 64 




Chaplai/i. 




The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom 
medals of honor have been awarded 
by the Secretary of War : 


- 


Private Philip B. Baybutt 





Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 

\ 



MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY. 



125 



THIRD REGIMENT. 
(feATTALION OF) 
(This regiment, with the exception of 
companies I. L, and M, was organ- 
ized as the 41st infantry, at Box- 
ford and Lynnfield. Mass., from 
August 31, 1862. to November 1, 
1862. to serve three years. Its 
designation was changed to the 
3d cavalry, in accordance with or- 
ders from the War Department of 
July 22. 1863. Company A, 33d 
Massachusetts, organized at Bos- 
ton, Mass., August 6, 1862, to serve 
three years, was assigned to this 
regiment as company I. Companies 
A and B, battalion 2d Massachu- 
setts cavalry, unattached, Gulf 
squadron, organized at Lowell. 
Mass., December 27, 1861, to serve 
three years, and assigned to this 
regiment as company M. Company | 
C, battalion 2d Massachusetts cav- 
alry, unattached, Gulf squadron, i 
organized at Lowell, Mass., De- , 
cember 6. 1861, to serve three years, 
and assigned to this regiment as 
company L. Company L was 
mustered out December 27, 1864, 
and company M January 31, 1865. 
Two new companies were organ- 
ized at Readville, Mass., February, 
1865, to serve one year, and as- 
sumed to this regiment as compa- 
nies L and M. The regiment was 
consolidated into a battalion of six 
companies, July 21, 1865, and re- 
tained in service until September 
28, 1865, when it was mustered out, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 



The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this regiment 
bore an honorable part yet pub- 
lished in orders : 



GEORGIA LANDING," " POUT HUD- 
SON." 



Lieutenant Colorfel. 
Frederick G. Pope 1 Sept, 65 

Major. 
David P. Muzzey 1 Sept, 65 



Captains. 

William M. Gifford 12 Mar., 64 

CharleB Stone 7 Nov., 

John A. Commerford 10 Jan., 65 

Charles G. Cox '... 1 Mar., 

Martin V. Barney 1 April, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (9.) 

Colonel Thomas E. Chickering. September, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel Ansel D. Wass, January 31, 1863. 
Lieut. Colonel John F. Vinal, August 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Benjamin Pickman, December 20, 1862. 
First Lieut. Jostph W. Morton. March 26, 1863. 
First Lieut. Reed B. Granger. May 27, 1865. 
First Lieut. George A. Wadleigh, July 27. 1865. 
Second Lieut. H. P. Hughes, June 12, IE 
Chaplain Tyler C. Moulton, July 11, 1865. 



Discharged, (40.) 

Colonel Lorenzo D. Sargent, March 10, 1865. 

Colonel Burr Porter, July 21, 1865. 

Major James M. Magee, August 6, 1864. 

Major Edward L. Noves, July 21, 1865. 

Captain G. Frank Stevens, February 20. 1863. 

Captain Lyman W. Gould, October 9, lBliJ. 

Captain James W. Herrci/. March 6, 1864. 

Captain John L. Swift, June 1. 1864. 

Captain Amos Ilentield. July 12, 1864. 

Captain Bradley Dean. December 17, 1864. 

Captain Geonre W. Howland, April 11, 1865. 

Captain John C. Wyinan. May 19, 

Captain Prestou Twitchell, June 1. 1865, 

Captain Wesley A. (. rve, June 17, 1865. 

Captain William II. Seamans. July 23, 1865. 

Fir.-t Lieut. Benjamin F. Talbot, November 14, 1862. 

First Lieut. Henry S. Adams. Adj't, November 10, 1863. 
at Cyras T. Batchelder. November 24, 1863. 

First Lieut. William T. Hodges, March 23, 1864. 

First Lieut. George. A. Wadleigh, November 2, 1864. (Re- 
commissioned March 2, 1865.) 

Fir.-t Lieut. William Harris, jr., December 5. 1864. 

First Lieut. Eliphakt H. Bobbins, December 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. John H. Hilton, December 27, 1864. (Recom- 
missioned February 25, 1865.) 

First Lieut. Henry C. Dane, May 15, 1865. 

First Lieut Theodore T. Otis, July 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles B. Stone, R. C. S., July 21, 1855. 

First Lieut. Raymond Ellington, Adj't, Julv 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. Joseph II. Kingslev, R. Q. M.~ July 21, 1865. 

Second Lient. John II. Weston. July 18, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Jared P. Maxfield, August 28, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Lawrence Conlin, January 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Benjamin W. Parsons, jr., July 19, 1864. 

Second Lieut. John M. Rolston, August 15, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Edward E. H. Sturtevant, December 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Patrick Curry, March 31, 1865. 

Second Lieut. vJohn Caswell, July 21, 1865. 

Second Lieut. A. D. Elliott, July 21, 1865. 

Surgeon Albert H. Blanchard, February 29, 1864. 

Surgeon Daniel F. Leavit, July 21, 1865. 

Chaplain Henry F. Lane, August 25, 1863. 



Expiration of term of service, (9.) 

Major S. Tyler Read, December 5, 1864. 

Major David T. Bunker. June 7, ie65. 

Captain Charles W. C. Rhoades, December 5, 1864. 

Captain Frank E. Frothingham, June 5, 1865. 

First Lieut. Henry D. Pope, November 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. Michael McDonald, June 6, 1865. 



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First Lieutenants. 

William H. B. Brownell.19 Dec, 64 
William H. Cunningham. 14 Jan., 65 

John H. Hilton 25 Feb., 

Charles E. Grover 1 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Joseph F. Simonds 20 Nov.. 64 

Robert 8. Owen 30 Jan., 65 

John F. Campbell 30 Jan., 

Russell C. Elliott 1 Mar., 

Orlando B. Reynolds 4 Mar.. 

Duett C. Clark 6 Mar. ^ 



Surgeon, 

Assistant Surgeon. 
George F. Tarbell 7 April, 65 



Chaplain. 



First Lieut. William S. Stevens, August 24, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Samuel W. Lewis, November 26, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Edward W. Pierce, June 4, 1865. 



Promoted, (6.) 

Captain Jonathan E. Cowan, August 12, 1863, to Major 1st 
Louisiana cavalry. 

Captain Francis E. Boyd, November 14, 1864, to Major 4th 
Massachusetts heavy artillery. 

Captain Charles B. Stoddard, May 20. 1865, to A. Q. M. 

First Lieut. George A. Fiske, jr.,'july 22, 1864, to Additional 
Paymaster. 

Second Lieut. John C. Gray, jr., September 25, 1864, to 
Major and Judge Advocate. 

Assistant Surgeon Daniel F. Allen, March 10, 1865, to Sur- 
geon 17th Massachusetts infantry vols. 



Died, (6. 

Captain H. A. Durivage, drowned in Mississippi river April 
19, 1862. 

First Lieut. Pickering D. Allen, June 2. 1863, of wour.d>. 

First Lieut. Solon A^ Perkins, killed in action at Clinton. La., 
June 3, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Jasper F. Glidden, killed in action September 
19, 1864. 

Second Lieut. John F. Poole, killed in action near Winches- 
ter. Va., September 19, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Lyman James, December 6, 1864. 



Missing, (1.) 
First Lieut Albert G. Bowles, since October, 1862. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY. 



127 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
ReadvUle, Mass., to serve three 
years, as follows: Compai 
M. inclusive, from October 23. 1861. 
to November 19, 1861, and compa- 
toH inclusive from Decem- 
ber 26, 1863. to February 8, 1864. 
Companies I K L. and M were de- 
tached from the 1st Massachusetts 
cavalry as a battalion August 4, 
1863, aud formed part of the 4th 
cavalry at its organization. On the 
ezpirutionof the term ot service of 
companies I, K, L, and M, the orig- 
inal members (except veterans) 
were mustered out, and the vet- 
erans and recruits retained with the 
organization, which is still in ser- 
vice.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
thi.sregiment bore auhonorubh- part 
is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Horatio Jenkins, jr 29 Jlay. 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry B. Scott 20 June, 65 

(Brevet Lieut. Colonel 31 Mar., 65.) 

Major. 
Joseph J. Baker 20 June, 65 



Captains. 

Albert F. Ray 26 Feb., 64 

Edwin B. Staples 13 June, 

Charles E. Thomas 1 Dec, 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 

John A. Caldwell 23 Jan., 65 

William N. Percey 20 Mar., 

Joseph C. Brotherson . . .20 June, 

II. Walworth Smith 20 June, 

Ami R. Mitchell 20 June, 

James E. Mulligan 20 June, 

George R. Hurlbut, a. w. in. 



First Lieutenants. 

Philip Dolan 9 Feb., 64 

James Miller ...23 Mar., 

Wm. T. Soule. R. Q.MiS Dec, 

John II. Carter 28 Dec, 

Joseph II. Lathrop,yi(//'7.24 Jan., 65 

Gilbert Thompson 23 June, 

Warren A. Fuller 23 June, 

George W. Leach 1 Aug., 

Samuel C. Lovell 22 Aug., 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (10.) 

Colonel Arnold A. Rand, February 3, 1865. 
Major Moses F. Webster, July 7, 1865. 
Captain Daniel W. Kimball, January 20, 1864. 
Captain Charles A. Keith, July 8, 1865. 
First Lieut. Rufus D. Hills. February 16, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Bnfns II Willis, June" 14, 1865. 
Surgeon Frederick W. Mercer, April 7, 1864. 
AsMstant Surgeon John McGregor, Apiil 24, 1864. 
Assistant t^urgeon Julius Weber, June 12, 1865. 
Chaplain Albert Z. Gray, June 4, 1865. 

Discharged, (20.) 

Major David B. Keith, October 17, 1864. 

Captain Arnold A. Rand, June 10, 1863. (Recommissioned 

as Lieut. Colonel January 16, 1864.) 
Captain James II. Case. April 6, 1864. 
Captain Frederick II. Rand, August 22. 1864. 
Captain Joseph W. Morton, May 17, 1865. 
First Lieut. Freeman II. Shiverick, July 28, 1862. 
First Lieut. Greenleaf W. Bacbelder, September 13, 1862. 

Lieut. Charles V. Holt, July 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. Benjamin Thomas, R. Q. M., December 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Thomas Miles, Januarv 28, 1865. 
First Lieut. Henry G. Dorr, May 30, J 
First Lieut. Allen F. Belcher, R. C. S., June 6 ; 1865. 
PiTBt Lieut. William Chickering, Julv 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Lindley H. Stockbridge,\july 25, 1865. 
First Lieut. Sheldon Leavitt, jr., August 18, 1865. (Brevet 

Captain April 9, 1865.) 
Second Lieut. William Chase, March, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry M. Phillips. February 20, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Alfred M. Sargent, May 11, 1865 
Second Lieut. Leon H. Kendrick, August 23, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon E. K. Hill, December 20, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (7.) 

Major Louis Cabot, January, 1865. 

Major Atherton II. Stevens jr., May 7, 1865. 

Captain Lucius Richmond, December 18, 1864. 

Captain Lucius H. Morrill, December 27, 1&64. 

First Lieut. Edgar W. Goodnow, November 14, 1864. 

First Lieut. Preserved Bullock, R. C. S., January 25, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles O. Phillips, May 7, 1865. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Captain Edward T. Bowre, April 5, 1865, to Major 26th New 
York cavalry. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Marcus A. Moore, Januarv 5, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Edward R. Sterling' July 21, 1864 

Died, (6.) 

Colonel Francis Washburn, April 22, 1865, at Worcester, 

Mass., of wounds received in action. 
Captain John D. B. Goddard, killed in action at High Bridge, 

Va., April 6, 1865. 



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MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY. 



Second Lieutenants. 




Captain William T. Hodges, killed in action at High Bridge, 
Va., April 6, 1865. 


Robert S. Capen 8 Dec, 


64 


First Lieut. Orson A. Baxter, October 8, 1864, at camp neur 


James Flanigan 13 Mar., 


65 


Williamsburg, Ya 


Thomas French 1 Apr., 




First Lieut. John L. Pearley, November 15, 1864, in the hands 


William H. H. Smith . . .13 May, 




of the enemv. 


Patrick Conavan 1 July, 




First Lieut. George F. Davis, killed in action at Iligh Bridge, 


Thomas Kief 1 July, 




Va., April 6, 1865. 


Elliot T. Brigham 1 Aug., 






Thomas J. Lane 2 Aug., 






George W. Poor « 8 Aug., 






B. Frank Oakes 20 Aug., 






Surgeon. 






Paul C. Garvin 27 May, 


64 




Assistant Surgeon. 






Edward Bussell 9 Feb., 


64 




Chaplain. 







Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before the 31st August, 1865. 

Note 2. — This regiment not having been mustered out in rime to have that fact appear on this reg- 
ister, its roster is made up to August 31, 1865. 



MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLE11Y. 



129 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Boston. Mass., from July 5, 1861, 
to March 26, 1862. to serve three 
years. The original members were 
mustered out of service as their 
terms expired, and the remaining 
members retained in service until 
August 16, 1865, when they were 
mustered out in accordance with 
orders from the War Department. ) 



'SPOTTSYLVAVIA." '" NORTH ANNA." 
"PETERSBURG," '"COAL HARBOR," 
"TOI.Ol'OTOMOY," "STRAWBERRY, 
PLAIN," "DEEP BOTTOM," •BOYD. 
TON ROAD," "POrLAR SPRING 
CHURCH." 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Nathaniel Shatswell 8 June, 65 

Major. 
Horace Holt 15 Nov., 63 

Captains. 

Frank Davis 3 Dec, 64 

Benjamiu C. Atkinson... 9 Jan., 65 

Charles H. Hayes 12 Mar., 

S Littletield 13 Mar., 

Frank Pope 22 Apr., 

Joseph H. Clark 28 Apr., 

First Lieutenants. 

William IL Merrow 19 Dec. , 64 

James C. Bu swell 19 1 >ec, 

George F. Kelly 16 Mafy, 65 

Herbert A. Noble 16 May. 

George F. Butler 16 May, 

Daniel H. Fellows 16 May. 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 

Assistant Surgeon. 

George E. Mason 14 Apr., 65 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (22.) 

Colonel William B. Greene, 86. ^3., October 11, 18*12. 
Colonel Thomas It. Tanuntt. SB. FJ., £. <3., July 15, 1864. 
Captain Arthur A. Putnam, August 14, 1861. 
Captain Benjamin Day. October 24, !L862. 
Captain Jeremy E. War dwell. November 17. 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles H. Adams. September 20. 1861. 
First Lieut. Charles F. Simmons. Adft, January 24, 1862. 
First Lieut. James M. Osgood May 27. 1862. * 

First Lieut. Chailes P. Noyes, June 6, 1862. 
First Lieut Charles H. Poor. October 24, 1862. 
First Lieut. Milton B. Shattuck. December 27. 1862. 
First Lieut. Benjamin C. Harrod, February 22, 1863. 
First Lieut. Benjamin G. B. Stowe. November 30, 18S3. 
Second Lieut. Leigh 11. Worcester. November 22, lfcb'i. 
Second Lieut. Jod F. Sunn. May 17. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Pendexter, July 31, 18C2. 
Second Lieut. William H. Gwiua. December 3] 
Second Lieut. Fred, rick W. Stoice. Januarv 27, 1863. 
Surgeon David Dana, October 30. 1862. 
Surgeon Josiah W. Willard. October 13, 1864. 

t Surgeon Edward B. Mason. June 4. 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon George H. Larabee, March 14, 1865. 

Discharged, (45.) 

Lieut. Colonel Samuel C Oliver, March 13. 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Levi P. Wright, May 16, 1865. 

Captain Samuel Langmaid. January 8, 1862. 

Captain Joseph W. .Sergeant, December 24. 1863. 

Captain William H. Preston. August 18, 1864. 

Captain Eben A. Andrews. October 4. 1864. 

Captain William F. Martins. October 5. 1864. 

Captain Christopher S. Heath. October 6, 1864. 

Captain James Pope, October 28, 1864. 

Captain Edwin Earp. July 15. 1865. 

Captain John Clark, July 31, 1865. 

First Lieut. Archelaus C. Wyman, February 6, 1862. 

First Lieut. Caleb Saunders, December 11, 1862. 

First Lieut. Charles Howard. January 27, 1863. 

First Lieut. Daniel M. Felch, January 30, 1863. 

First Lieut. John W. Glover, March 18, 1863. 

First Lieut. Joseph I ptember 14, 1863. 

First Lieut. William <'. Glaus. F. bruarv 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Joseph Wall. April 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. John M. Dow, Adft, July 8, 1864. 

First Lieut. William L. Stacy, August 11, 1864. 

First Lieut. John F. Pope, September 15. 1864. (Recommis- 

sioued as Captain December 5, 1864.) 
First Lieut. Benjamin C. Atkinson, September 25, 1864. (Re- 

comniissioiied as Captain Januarv 9, 1865.) 
First Lieut. James L. Hail, October 5, 1864. 
First Lieur. George F. Brown. October 10. 1864. 
First Lieut. George F. Perkins, October 24. 1864. 
First Lieut Edward Hobbs, November 18, 1664. 
First Lieut. Charks II. Sheppard, November 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles 11. Atherton. May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Jonathan B. Hanson. May 17, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Joseph II. Sparks. December 20, 1861. 
Second Lieut. James W. Hanson. August 8, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William J. Roome, December 2, 1662. 
Second Lieut. Henry P. Hoppin, August 1, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Peter D. Smith, August 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Frank B. Cbapiu, September 7, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Edwin F. Spofford, October 5, 1864. (Recom- 

missioned as First Lieutenant.) 



9 a 



130 



MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



Second Lieut. Samuel Gorton, October 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John S. Roundy, October 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Newton Holt, November 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry Sanderson, November 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut, Charles E. Osgood, February 14. 1865. 
Second Lieut. James W. Watts. February*17, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Marcus M. Poole, May 15. 1865. 
Second Lieut. James M. Goss, May 17, 1865. 
Surgeon Edward R. Culter, July 31, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (22.) 

Captain George S. Follusbee, October S, 1864. 

Captain Moses W. Clements, October. 15. 1864. 

Captain Abiel S. Rhodes, March 12, 1865. 

Captain Edward A. Chandler. March 18. 1865. 

Captain John B. Beardslev. Julv 31, 1865. 

Captain John F. Pope, Julv 31, 1865, 

Captain Edwin F. Spoflord, July 31 , 1865. 

First Lieut. Samuel C. Hervey, R. Q. M., October 6, 1864. 

First Lieut. Frank Pope. October 8, 1864. (Recommissioned 

as Captain April 22, 1865. 
First Lieut. Henry M. Mclntire. October 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Samuel Dalton, October 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. John W. Johnson, July 31, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles W. Peasly, July 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Alexander Smart, July 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Masuerry, July 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin F. Martin, October 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry P. Fowler, October 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Andrew O. Carter. October 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Frank Annan, November 10, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin F. Rowe, July 31, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Robert Henderson, Julv 31, 1865. 
Chaplain Stephen Barker, July 8, 1864. 

• 

Promoted, (7.) 

Major Alonzo G. Draper, August 3, 1863, to Colonel 36th 

U. S. C. T. 
Captain Addison A. Hosmer, January 23, 1864, to Major and 
" Judge Advocate. 
First Lieut. Frank W. Taggard, Adft, March 11, 1863, to 

Captain and A. A. G. 
Second Lieut. Henry R. Dalton, May 28, 1862, to Captain 

and A, A. G. 
Second Lieut. "William H. Hart, May 15, 1864, to Captain in 

36th U. S. C. T. 
Assistant Surgeon Samuel K. Towle, February 26, 1862, to 

Surgeon 30th regiment Massachusetts volunteers. 
Assistant Surgeon Samuel S. Dutton, March 6, 1864, to 

Surgeon 40th regiment Massachusetts volunteers. 

Dismissed, (7.) 

Major Andrew Washburne, September 15, 1862. 
Captain Leveret t Bradley, September 19, 1862. 
First Lieut. Richard P. Cushman, Julv 25, 1863. 
First Lieut. Elbridge W. Gilford, July 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Arthur L. Drew, April 4. 1863. 
Second Lieut. William E. Crouse, March 11, 1865. 



Died, (11.) 

Major Seth S. Buxton, January 16, 1863, of disease. 
Major Frank A. Rolfe, killed in action at Spottsylvania, Va„ 
May 19, 1864. 



MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY AETILLERY. 



131 



Captain William G-. Thompson, May 20, 1864, of -wounds 

received in action. 
Captain Albert A. Davis, June 16, 1864, of wounds received 

in action. 
Captain Joseph W. Kimball, killed in action at Petersburg, 

Va., June 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward Graham, killed in action at Spottsyl- 

vania, Va., May 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles Carroll, May 20, 1864, of wounds received 

in action at Spottsylvania Va. • 
First Lieut. Lewis P. Caldwell, June 16, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 
Second Lieut. Howard Carroll, September 23, 1862, of disease 

at Fort Craig, Va. 
Second Lieut. Orrin L. Farnham, June 17, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 
Second Lieut. Nathaniel R. Blaney, July 9, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



132 



MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readvi ie and Boston, Mass., from 
July 28, 1863, to December 24, 1863, 
to serve three years. It was mus- 
tered out of service September 3 
and 15, 1865, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Jones Frankle 28 Dec, 63 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Augustus B. R. Sprague.27 Feb., 64 



Majors. 

Samuel C. Oliver 2 Sept., 63 

William A. Amory 11 Dec, 

Nehemiah P. Fuller, a. w. m. 



Captains. 

Charles B. Newton 4 Aug., 63 

Thomas D. Kimball 5 Aug., 

James C. White 8 Oct., 

* John D. Parker, jr 11 Dec, ' 

Fred. A. Lull 22 Dec, 

Joseph W. Paine 22 Dec, 

Jerre. A. Greely 24 Dec, 

Alfred H. Pulsifer 8 June, 64 

William F. Longer 17 Nov., 

Obed M. Fish 19 Aug.. 65 



First Lieutenants. 

James L. Wilber 50ct., 63 

John Lawson 28 Nov. , 

Edward W. Denny 11 Dec, 

Arthur A. Putnam 22 Dec, 

Stephen L. Hubbart 24 Dec, 

Albert E. Smith 24 Dec, 

B. D.Dwinnell, A Q. St.. 1 May, 64 

Luke E. Jenkins 8 June, 

Charles A Cunningham. 8 June, 

F vary A. JMerritt 6 Oct. , 

Lowland L. Hillman 17 Nov., 

William H. Snow 30 Jan., 65 

Bailey Sargent 8 Feb. , 

Frederick Grant 9 Feb., 

Henry W. Reed 10 Feb. , 

Peter B. Haskell 19 Aug., 

Robert B. Sinclair 19 Aug., 

William Hamilton 19 Aug., 

William T.. Jones. . 19 Aug., 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (27.) 

Captain Samuel C. Ellis, October 16, 1863. 
; Captain Benjamin H. Ticknor, April 17, 1864. 
Captain Joseph E. Fiske. May 15, 1865. 
Captain Ira B. Sampson, June 8, 1865. 
Captain Henry P. Hoppin, August 8. 1865. 
First Lieut. Joseph W. B. Wright, Mai ch 3, 1864. 
First Lieut. John S. Allanson, May 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. Robert B. King, August 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. Siepben E. Greene, September 1, 1864. 
First Lieut. Samuel It. Bingham, September 2. 1864. 
First Lieut. Alfred H. Kinsley, December 29, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward P. White, January 7, 1865. 
First Lieut. Olis B. Smith, March 28. H 
First Lieut. Wallace Hinckley, Adft, June 8, 1865. 
First Lieut. John II. Foley, June 14, 1865. 
First Lieut. Joseph R. Thomas. R. Q. M., June 20, 1865 
Second Lieut. Edwin L. Robbins, February 24, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Cbarles D. Lamb, July 6, 1864. 
Second Lieut Edward S. Colton, September 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Edward Legg, September 20, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Octavius A. Merrill, October 6. 18C4. 
Second Lieut. Daniel E. Spencer. March 19, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George S. Keyes, April 1, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Cbarles M. Hight, April 11, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William G. Haskell, June 2. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Thomas R. Keenan, June 19, 1865. 
Surgeon Hall Curtis, May 10, 1664. 



Died, (4.) 

Major Henry T. Lawson, October 1, 1864, of disease, *f.t New- 
born, N. C. 

First Lieut. Benjamin A. Shaw, July 24, 1664. of disease, at 
Portsmouth, Va. 

First Lieut. Fordyce A. Deyer, October 26, 1864, of disease, 
at Newbern, N. C. 

Assistant Surgeon Dixi C. Hoyt, November 1, 1864, of disease, 
at Newbern, N. C. 



Missing, (2.) 

Second Lieut. Henry Onion, since May 26, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Peleg F. Clapp, since May 29, 1863, 



Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Russell H. Conwell, February 1, 1864. 
Stcond Lieut. George M. Rice, January 26, 1864, 



* Retained in service in accordance with orders from the War Department. 



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133 



James A. Emery 19 Aug., 


65 




Joseph F. Field, Adj't, a. w. m. 






Clarence Whitney, a. w. m. 






Horace L. Clark, a. w. m. 






George G. Bailey, jr., a. w. m. 






Second Lieutenants. 






Edward F. Everett 22 Aug., 


63 




Benjamin F. Blatchford . 30 Dec, 






Myron S. Sanford 2 Mar.. 


64 




Einorv Sibley 27 June, 






Frederick A. Chapin 28 June, 






E. Augustus Annable ....30 Jan., 


65 




Robert Collins 10 Feb., 






Thomas H. Patten 10 Feb., 






Marcus A. Hairna 4 Mar., 






Richard F. Briggs 7 Mar., 






Harrison Gaffncy 27 Mar., 






Thomas D. Bent 21 May. 






Eldridge G. Kemp 1 July, 






Joshua C. Goodale 2 July, 






Arthur Hall, a. w. m. 






Robert G. Ainory, a. w. m. 






David L. Nichols, a. id. m. 






Surgeon. 






James A. Eminerton 27 June, 


64 




Assistant Surgeons. 






James H. Denny 23 Dec, 


63 




John C. Barrington 26 Jan., 


65 





Chaplain. 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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THIRD REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readville, Salem, Bedford, Mass., 
Fort Independence, Fort Warren, 
and Galloup's Island, Boston Har- 
bor, Mass., from January 10, 1863, 
to September 17, 1864, to serve 
three years. It was mustered out 
of service September 18, 1865, in 
accordance with ordera from the 
War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
William S. Abert B. S., 3 Dec, 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John A. P. Allen 1 Dec, 64 



Majors. 

George S. Worcester 13 Oct., 64 

Lyman B. Whiton 14 Oct., 

James M. Richardson ... 1 Dec, 



Captains. 

L. S. Richardson 14 Aug., 63 

Leonard Gordon 27 Aug., 

John Pickering, jr 19 Feb. , 64 

Cornelius F. Dracoll 17 Sept., 

Alfred W. Brigham 25 Oct., 

Edwin Dews 25 Oct., 

Benjamin A. Ball 5 Dec, 

George W. Pierce 15 Dec, 

Oliver J. Bixby 26 June, 65 

E. J. Russell 10 July, 

James C. Rodgers 15 Sept., 

Joseph M. Parsons, a. w. in. 



First Lieutenants. 
r 

Simon P. Currier 27 Aug., 63 

Geo. Bragdon, R. Q. M. 20 Oct., 
James H. Osgood, Adj't .22 Oct., 
John P. E. Chamberlain. 23 Feb., 64 

John H. Wilson 20 May, 

Lewis R. Whittaker 1 July, 

Charles T. Robbius 15 Sept., 

Constautine Cha.-e 15 Oct., 

Everett C. Bumpus 15 Nov., 

Asa T. Potter 17 Nov., 

William M. Hale 1 Dec, 

Edwin R. Frost 5 Dec., 

Edm'dG.W.Cartwright .15 Dec, 

Elijah W. Earsiow 6 Feb., 65 

William H. Dolliver ... .20 Feb., 

Charles H. Pew 13 May, 

Marcus Conant, jr 20 May, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (6.) 

First Lieut. Walter P. Beaumont, April 8, 1865. 
First Lieut. William F. Merrill, June 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. David D. Dana, July 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George P. Boyce, May 27, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Henry M. Foss, July 1, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John H. Larry, August 24, 1865. 

Discharged, (19.) 

Captain Cephas C. Bumpus, January 19, 1865. 
Captain Thomas Herbert, May 3, 1865. 
Captain Edwin Thomas, June 28, 1865. 
Captain Joseph Austin, August 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. William Cook, July 8, 1864. 
First Lieut. Silas Sanborn, jr., October 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry B. Jones, December 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frederick S. Gifford, April 20, 1865. 
First Lieut. Leander A. Williston, May 3, 1865. 
First Lieut. George W. Burroughs, June 24, 1865. 
First Lieut. Francis A. Nash, July 10, 1865. % 

Second Lieut. Simon A. Burnham, February 12, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William B. Allen, January 14, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Zeno A. Appleton, January 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John H. Shaw, May 18, 1865. 
Second Lieut. James Warren, July 1, 1865. 
Second Lieut. James C. Childs, July 13, 1865. 
Second Lieut, Sydney B. Rowell, August 29, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon George E. Pinkam, August 15, 1865. 

Prdmoted, (1.) 

First Lieut James H. Baldwin, May 26, 1863, to Captain 1st 
battalion Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. 

Dismissed, (1.) 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Mayo, July 26, 1864. 



Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. Maurice Roche, April 2, 1864, at Charlestown, 

Mass. 



Missing, (1.) 
First Lieut. J. Washburne Cook, since May — ,1864. 



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135 



"William H. Remington. .15 June, 65 

Edward II. Melius 11 July, 

George P. Richardson ... 14 July, 




Second Lieutenants. 




Alexander Trott 29 July, 64 

George S. Lemoyne 6 Sept., 




Charles H. Stanley 28 Nov., 

John H. Collamore 29 Nov., 

Willard Holden 1 Dec, 








Francis M. Coleman 5 Jan., 65 

Charles H. Ladd 7 Mar., 

Edward F. Tirrell 24 Apr., 

Le Prelate M. Bates 24 Apr., 

George N. Shaw 17 June, 

Morton W. Fowler. . 17 June, 

Nelson Hubert 10 July, 

J. C. Worthley 13 July, 

William P. Higgins 15 July, 

Joshua F. Roberts, a. w. m. 


• 


Surgeon. 




William Nichols, jr 21 Feb., 65 




Assistant Surgeons. 


- 


Chaplain. 





NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Gal- 
loup'sLland, Boston harbor. Mass.. 
of unattached companies, from the ' 
17th to the "28th, inclusive, in Au- 
gust, 1864, to serve one. year. It 
was mustered out of service June' 
17, lrb'5. in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

• Colon el. 

Win. S. King 22 Nov., 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel C.Hart 4 Jan., 65 

Majors. 

Francis E. Boyd 7 Dec, 64 

Wm. N. Meserve 7 Dec, 

Joseph W. Gelray 7 Dec, 

Captains. 

James H. Wade 18 Aug., 64 

Albert E. Proctor 18 Aug. . 

Abram A. Oliver 19 Aug.. 

Charles P. Winslow 23 Aug., 

James McDavitt 23 Aug., 

Henry C. Conner 23 Aug., 

Andrew J. Garey ...... .25 Aug., 

Richard Phillips 26 Aug., 

Geo. T. Fayerweather ..27 Aug., 

Ebeu T. Hayward 27 Aug., 

J. Orlando Bemis 28 Aug., 

Benjamin F. Noyea 5 Sept., 

Fjrst Lieutenants 

George G. Nichols 18 Aug.. 64 

Thomas H. Cranston 18 Aug.. 

Berijamin L. Mitchell 19 Aug., 

Frank Goodwin 19 Aug., 

James H. Athertou 19 Aug., 

John Jones 23 Aug. , 

Philip Smith 23 Aug.. 

Elijah P. Rogers 24 Aug.. 

George W. Merritt 25 Aug. . 

LorinoD. Ganimell 27 Aug.. 

Benjamin F. Martin 27 Aug., 

J. Henry Richardson 29 Aug.. 

Charles N. Hair 30 Aug., 

Andrew A. Chipman 2 Sept.. 

Andrew T. Nine 5 Sept.. 

Charles A. Morrill 12 Sept., 

Elihu R. Rockwood 15 Sept., 

Charles E Pierce 15 Sept., 

Edward S. Colton 1 Nov., 

J< nas Shackley 8 Nov.. 

L'.nus B. Cour.is 22 Nov., 

Julius T. Newell 23 Mar. . 65 

Charles E. Chase 1 April, 

Stewart F. MiX'learn 25 April, 



Casualties, 



Discharged, (3.) 

First Lieut. Samuel W. Mann, March 28, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Wm. J. Wheeler, February 9, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Samuel A. Taylor, March 8, 1865. 

Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. George T. Martin, March 13, 1S65, of disease. 



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Second Lieutenants. 

Wm. W. Fay 23 Aug. , (34 

James W.Nichols 2fi Aug., 

Edelbert P. Adams 27 Aug., 

Charles H. Heyvvood 27 Aug., 

Charles L. Ayres 27 Aug., 

James H. Lee 27 Aug., 

George H. Conklin 30 Aug., 

Augustus Stone 30 Aug., 

Lyman P. Trask 6 Sept., 

Lyman P. W. Cushing. . . 7 Sept., 

Jeremiah B. Ladd 9 Sept., 

AmbroBeM, Page 10 Sept.. 

John W. Bates 27 Sept., 

Elisha J. Gibbs .....•-... 7 Oct. . 

Win. K. Wilbur 7 Oct., 

Wm. Q. Baxter 8 Oct., 

.Silas N. Richards 86 Hot., 

Wm. L. Bail d 16 Dec. , 

Charles McDavitt 24 Dec, 

Win. M. Strachan 27 Feb., 65 

Selden Page .29 Mar.. 

Osmond W. Mathews 1 April, 

Martin A. Munroe 1 April, 

W. Warren Willis 25 April 

Surgeon. 

John Steams 12 Dec, 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 

J. Frank Saville 23 Dec, 64 

Chaplain. 

Isaac H.Coe 21 April, 65 



NOTK.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



FIRST BATTALION. 

(This battalion was composed of six 
companies, which were organized 
at Boston and Cambridge, Mass., 
from March 20, 1862, to August 17, 
1864, to serve one and three years. 
Companies B, E, and F were mus- 
tered out of service June 29, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department. Companies A, 
C, and D are still in service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battalion bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Major. 



Captains. 

C. F. Livermore 22 April, 63 

James H. Baldwin 26 May, 

Thomas J. Little 6 June, 

First Lieutenants. 

William Ray 22 April, 63 

Frederick G. Niebuhr. . .22 April, 

Otis S. Wilbur 21 Mar., 64 

Calvin B. Prescott 15 June, 65 

Charles T. Parker, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Amos B. Holden 6 June, 63 

William II. Ilayden 22 Dec, 

William H. Jeffrey 23 May, 64 

Alexander S. B. Keyes.. 5 July, 

John C. Newton 20 Sept., 

George W. White 30 June, 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



Major John W. M. Appleton, August 5, 18(55. 
First Lieut. Elian W. Hayes, February 13, 1863. 



Disdiarged, (20.) 

Major Stephen Cabot, February 26, 1865. 

Captain James A. Blauchard, June 28, 1865. 

Captain George A. Perry, June 28, 1855. 

Captain Caleb E. Niebuhr. June 29, 1865. 

First Lieut. William H. White, April 30, 1664. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Whittier, May 13, 1865. 

First Lieut, William A. Croak, June 28, 1865. 

First Lieut. George H Elliott, June 28, 1865. 

First Lieut. Samuel W. Marble, June 28, 1865. 

First Lieut. William L. Langley, June 28, 1865. 

First Lieut, John T. Batchelder, June 29, 1865. 

First Lieut, James H. Morgan, jr., June 29, 1865. 

First Lieut. William H. Woodman, August 15. 1865. 

Second Lieut. Francis E. Boyd, October 8, 1862. 

Second Lieut. George W. White, June" 28, 1865. (Re-enterod 

the seryice June 30, 1865.) 
Second Lieut, William N. Starrett, June 28, 1865. 
SecoudXieut. Charles II. Watson, June 28, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Rodney N. Holman, June 28, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Moses Bartlett. June 29. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Louis F. PoyPn, June 29, 1865. 

Promoted, (4.) 

First Lieut. John Pickering, jr., February 16, 1864, to Captain 
3d regiment Massachusetts heavy artillery. 

First Lieut. John Parr, May 10, 1864, to Major 10th Tennes- 
see cavalry. 

First Lieut. Royal W. Thayer, November 25, 1864, to Captain 
21st unattached company infantry Massachusetts volunteer 
militia. 

Second Lieut. Joseph M. Parsons. November 24, 1863, to First 
Lieutenant 3d regiment Massachusetts heavy artillery. 



Surgeon. 



Assistant Surgeon. 



Chaplain. 



Note. — This organization not haviner been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its roster is made up to August 31, 18C5. 



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139 



TWO UNASSIGNED COMPA- 
NIES. 


Casualties. 


TWENTY-NINTH COMFANY. 




(This company was organized at 
Boston, Salem, and Concord, Mass., 
September 20, 1864, to serve one 
year. It was mastered out June 
16, 1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department. ) 


• 


Captain. 




George W. Kenney 15 Sept., 64 




First Lieutenants. 




George F. Gould 30 Sept., 64 

Andrew J. Bacon 28 X. - v. , 




Second Lieutenants. 




Edwin P. Jewett 13 Sept., 64 

Wallace R. Ransom 18 Xov. , 




THIRTIETH COMPANY. 




(This company was organized at 
Springfield. Ma--.. September 1, 
1864, to serve one year. It was 
mustered out June 16, 1863. in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 




Captain. 




Samuel R. Bingham 7 Aug., 64 




First Lieutenants. 




Morrill Prescott 2 Sept. , 64 

William W. Jordan 3 Nov., 




Second Lieutenant. 




Samuel F. Siskron 2 Sept., 64 





NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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MASSACHUSETTS LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



SIXTEEN INDEPENDENT 
BATTERIES. 

FIRST BATTERY, (A.) 

(This battery was organized at Bos- 
ton, Mass., October 3, 1861, to serve 
three years. It was mustered out 
October 19, 1864, by reason of ex- 
piration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders.) 



> Captain. 

William H. McCartney. 



1 Oct., 62 



First Lieutenants. 

Jacob Federhen .21 Sept., 62 

Robert L. Sawin Uan., 63 

Second Lieutenants. 

Milbery Green 25 Oct., 62 

Charles W. French 6 Sept., 63 



SECOND BATTERY, (B.) 

(This battery was organized at Quin- 
cy, Mass., July 31, 1861, to serve 
three years. On the expiration of 
its term of service the original 
members (except veterans) were 
mustered out, and the organiza- 
tion, composed of veterans and re- 
cruits, retained in service until 
August 11, 1865, when it was mus- 
tered out in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this battery bore 
an honorable part yet published in 
orders : 

"BATON ROUGE," "PORT HUDSON." 

Captain. 

William Marland 6 Mar. , 65 

First Lieutenants. 

Joseph W. Greenleaf 21 Feb., 65 

Luciau A. Hodgdon 20 Mar.. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Louis W. S wau 25 Feb. , 65 

Jacob M. Ellis 22 Mar., 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (3.) 



Captain Josiah Porter, September 27. 1862. 

Fir^t Lieut. Jacob H. Sleeper, September 20, 1862. 

Second Lieut. George O. Manning, July 17, 1863. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 

Fir3t Lieut. John W. Walcott, December 18, 1861. 
First Lieut. John Bigelow, December 18, 1861. 
First Lieut. Richard B. Hall, July 29, 1863. 

Discharged, (2.) 

Captain Ormand F. Nims, January 7, 1865. 

First Lieut. Warren K. Snow, November 30, 1864. 

Promoted, (?.) 

First Lieut. George G. Trull, October 22, 1862, to Captain 4th 

Massachusetts battery. 
Second Lieut. Edward K. Russell February 24, 1864, to First 

Lieut. 6th Massachusetts battery. 



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141 



THIRD BATTERY, (C.) 

(This battery'was organized at Lynn- 
field, Mass.. from July 31. 
October 1, 1861, to serve three 
years. It was mustered out Sep- 
tember 16, 1864, by reason of expi- 
ration of term of service.) 

(Th# official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Captain. 
Augustus P. Martin, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Thomas M. Cargill 5 Mar., 63 

Aaron F. "Walcott, a. to. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

George E. Hunt 2 May, 64 

William H. Follett, a. id, »t 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (4.) 

Captain Dexter H. Follett, November 27, 1861. 
First Lieut. Philip H. Tyler, October 11, 1862. 
First Lieut. Valciitine M. Dunn. February 1, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Lewis V. Osgood, March 25, 1864. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Second Lieut. William W. Snelling, December 21, 1861. 

Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. Caleb C. E. Mortimer. June 28, 1862, of wounds 
received in action at Gaines's Mills, Va. 



Casualties. 



FOURTH BATTERY, (D.) 

(This battery was organized at Low- 
ell. Mass.," November 17, 1861, to 
three yean. On the expira- 
tion of its" term of service the 
original members (except veterans) 
were mustered out. The organi- 
zation, composed of veterans and 
recruits, is still in service.) 

First Lieut. Frederick W. Reinhard, July 18, 1863. 
The following is the only official list Second Lieut. Henry Davidson, January 31, 1863. 
of battles in which this battery bore Second Lieut. Kenneth M. Diaz. February 14, 1863. 
an honorable part yet published in Second Lieut. John H. Hapgood, August 15, 1863. 
orders : 

Dismissed, il.) 



Resigned, (1.) 
Captain Charles H. Manning, October 20, 1862. 
Discharged, (4.) 



'BATON ROUGE." "COTTEN," 'TORT 
HUDSON." 



Captain. 
George G. Trull, a. vc. m. 



First Lieutenants, 

George W. Taylor 4 Jan., 64 

Joseph B. Briggs 4 Jan., 

Second Lieutenants. 

T. Henry Manning 1 Oct., 63 

George N. Jenkins 16 Apr., 64 



First Lieut. Joseph R. Salla, July 30, 1862. 



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MASSACHUSETTS LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



FIFTH BATTERY, (E.) 

(This battery was organized at Read- 
ville, Mass., from September 11, 
1861, to December 7, 1861. On the 
expiration of its term of service 
the original members (except veter- 
ans) were mustered out, and the 
organization, composed of veterans 
and recruits, retained in service 
until June 12, 1865, when it 
was mustered out in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment.) 

"YORKTOWN,"' "HANOVER COURT 
HOUSE," "MECHANICSVILLE," 

"GAINES'S MILLS," "MALVERN 
HILL," "SECOND BULL RUN," 
"FREDERICKSBURG," "CHANCEL- 
LORSVILLE, " ' ' GETTYSBURG, " 

"RAPPAHANNOCK STATION," 

"MINE RUN," "WILDERNESS," 
"SPOTTSYLVANIA," "NORTH 

ANNA," "BETHESDA CHURCH," 
"PETERSBURG," "WELDON RAIL- 
ROAD," "HATCHER'S RUN." 

Captain. 

Charles A. Phillips 18 Oct. , 62 

{Brevet Major 1 August, 1864.) 

First Lieutenants. 

Harrison O. Simonds 14 Sept., 64 

Samuel H. Hamblett 30 Oct., 

Second Lieutenant. 

Mason W. Page 15 Sept., 64 



SIXTH BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Low- 
ell, Mass., February 3. 1862, to 
serve three years. On the expira- 
tion of its term of service the 
original members (except veterans) 
were mustered out, and the organi- 
zation, composed of veterans and 
recruits, retained in service until 
August 7, 1865, when it was mus- 
tered out in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this battery bore 
an honorable part yet published in 
orders : 

"BATON ROUGE," " GEORGIA LAND- 
ING," " COTTEN," "BISLAND," 
"PORT HUDSON." 

Captain. 

Edward K. Russell 14 Feb., 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (6.) 



Captain Max. Eppendorf, January 25, 1862. 
Captain George D. Allen, October 17, 1862. 
First Lieut. John B. Hyde, July 12, 1862. 
First Lieut. Robert A. Dillingham, July 12, 1862, 
Second Lieut, Nathan Appleton, August 25, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles M. Tripp, April 13, 1865. 

Discharged, (2.) 

First Lieut*. Frederick A. Lull, August 1, 1863. 
First Lieut. Henry D. Scott, March 15, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (1.) 

First Lieut. Joseph E. Spear, October 3, 1864. 

Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. Peleg W. Blake, killed in action June 18. 1864. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 

Captain Charles Everett, September 7, 1862. 
First Lieut. Ellerton L. Dorr, July 10, 1862. 

Discharged, (4.) 

Captain William W. Carruth, October 2, 1863. 
First Lieut. William B. Alhjn, February 27, 1863. 
First Lieut. Frank Bruce, December 30, 1864. 
Second Lieut. J. A. Baker, February 27, 1863. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Captain John F. Phelps, December 29, 1864. 

Died, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Charles Cram, October 11, 1863, at Berwick 
City, La., of disease. 



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143 



First Lieutenants. 

Philip Wachter 21 Mar. , 65 

William E. Wood 19 June, 

Second Lieutenant. 

Daniel A. Sheen 21 Apr., 65 



SEVENTH BATTERY, (G.) 

(This battery was organized at Bos 
ton, Mass." May 21, 1861, to serve I 
three years. The original mem- ■. 
bers (except veterans) were urns- ' 
tered out of service May 20, 1664, 
by reason of expiration of term. 
The organization, composed of 
veterans and recruits, is still in ser- 
vice.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 

Newman W. Storer 7 Nov., 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Charles H. Williams 7 Nov., 63 

James W. Bean 10 Apr., 64 

Second Lieutenants. 

Samuel W. Benson 27 Nov., 63 

Charles S. Robinson 20 Apr., 64 



"NINTH CATTERY. 



Casualties. 



Promoted, (1.) 

Captain Phineas A. Davis, October 5, 1863, to Captain and A. 
A.G. 

Resigned, (1.) 

First Lieut. William A. Fijield, November 17, 1862. 

Discharged, (3.) 

First Lieut. William E. Farrar, September 29, 1853. 
First Lieut. Gphas L. HarUrdl October 6, 1863. 
First Lieut. Wilbur Q. McCurdy, January 13, 1864. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Andrew J. Devoll, February 26, 1SG3. 

Died, (1.) 

Second Lieut. George F. Critchett, October 30, 1863, at Lowell, 
Mass. 

Transferred, (1.) 

First Lieut. Israel N. Wilson, July 26, 1861, to 29th regiment 
Massachusetts vols. 

\ 

Casualties. 



(This battery was organized at Lynn- 
field, Mass., August 10, 1862, to 

serve three years. It was mustered Resigned, (I.) 

out of service June 6, 1865, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the Captain Achille De Vecchi, January 27, 1863. 
War Department.) 

Discharged, (3.) 



"GETTYSBURG, "MINI RUN," 

"spottsylyania," "NORTH 

ANNA." "TOLOrOTO.MOY," " BE- 
THESDA CHURCH," "PETERS- 
BURG," "WELDON RAILROAD," 
"HATCHER'S RUN." 

Captain. 

Richard S. Milton 1 Jan., 65 

First Lieutenants. 

George W. Foster 16 Aug., 63 I 

George Murray 28 Jan., 65 

Second Lieutenants. 

George Booth 27 Jan., 65 

William Park, jr 28 Jan., 

\ * The eighth battery was a six months' organization. 



Captain John Bigelow, (Brevet Major August 1, 1864.) De- 
cember 14, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George H. Prescott, December 14, 1864. 
Second Lieut. James W. Reed, jr., January 16, 1865. 

Died, (2.) 

First Lieut. Christopher Erickson, killed in action at Gettys- 
burg, Pa., July 2, 1863. 

First Lieut. Alexander H. Whitaker, July 20, 1863, at Rox- 
bury, Mass., of wounds. 



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MASSACHUSETTS LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



TENTH BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Box- 
ford, Mass., September 9, 1862, to 
serve three years. It was mustered 
out of service June 9. 18(15, iu ac- 
cordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

"KELLY'S FORD." "MINE RUN," 
"PO RIVER," "SPOTTSYLVANIA," 
"NORTH ANNA," "TOLOPOTO- 
MOY." "COAL HARBOR," "PE- 
TERSBURG," "DEEP BOTTOM." 
"REAM'S STATION 7 ," "BOYDTON 
ROAD." 

Captain. 
J. Webb Adams 17 Mar., 65 

First Lieutenants. 

William G. Rollins 5 Dec, 64 

Milbrey Green 19 Mar., 65 

Second Lieutcriants. 

George H. Day 5 Dec. 64 

George W. Townsend ... 19 Mar. . 65 



ELEVENTH BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Bos- 
ton, Mass.. January 2. 1864, to 
serve three years. It was mus- 
tered out of service June 16. 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

"WILDERNESS," "SPOTTSYLVANIA," 
"NORTH ANNA," "COM. HAR- 
BOR." "PETERSBURG," 'WELDON 
RAILROAD." 

Captain. 

Edward J. Jones 2 Jan.. 64 

(Brevet Major 25 March, 1865.) 

First Lieutenants. 

George W. Booth 2 Jan., 64 

Henry D. Littlefield 24 Oct., 64 

Second Lieutenants. 

George W. Sanborn 2 Jan. , 64 

Edward E. Souther 31 Jan., 65 



ELEVENTH (9 MOS.) BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Bos- 
ton, Mass. , on the 25th day of August, 
1862, for nine months, and was mus- 
tered out May 25, 1863. by reason 
of expiration of term of service.) 



Casualties. 

Resigned. '1.) 

Second Lieut. Thomas R. Armitage, February 4, 1864. 

Discharged, (1.) / 

Captain J. Henry Sleeper. (Brevet Major December 2 
February 27, 1865. 

Died. (2.) 

First Lieut. Henry H. Granger. October 30, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 
Second Lieut. Asa Smith, October 28, 1864, of wounds received 

in action. 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (2.; 



First Lieut. Edward P. Morrill. September 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William P. Wpodsun, January 14, 1865. 



Casualties. 



MASSACHUSETTS LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



145 



Captain. 






Edward J. Jones 25 Aug. 62 






First Lieutenants. 






Lucius Cummings, sr 25 Aug., 62 

Isaac Pierce, jr 25 Aug., 




• 


Second Lieutenants. 






Edwxrd P. Morrill, sr 25 Aug., 62 

John P. Sawin, jr -J5 Aug., 






TWELFTH IJATTKKY. 




Casualties. 


battery was organized a- 
ton, Mass." from October 3, 1862. 
t December 29. 1862, to - 
three years. It was mustered out 
Jul i accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 


Dismissed, (2.) 

ut. Joseph R. Salla, August 12, 1863. 
Second Lieut Charles W. "Weber, August 17, 1863. 


(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 

part is not yet published in orders.) 






Captain. 






Jacob Miller 22 Dec 






First Lieutenants. 






Edwin M. Chamberlin . .23 Dec. 62 
Philip N. Hammond 25 Mar., 65 






Second Lieutenants. 




* 


John M. Campbell 30 Mar. , 65 

S. Norton Salsbury 30 Mar., 






THIRTEENTH BATTERY. 


Casualties. 


(This battery was orfranized at Bos- 
ton, Mass., December 13, 1662, to 
serve three years. 11 
tered out of service July 28, 1863, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 


Resigned, (3.) 

First Lieut Timothy W. Terry, September 26, 1863. 
First Lieut. Ellis L. Motte, March 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles B. Slack, July 9, 1865. 


The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this battery 
bore an honorable part yet pub- 
lished in orders : 






"PORT HUDSON." 






Captain. 






Charles H. Hamlin 13 Dec, 62 






First Lieutenant. 






Robert C. Nichols, a. id. to. 






Second Lieutenants. 






Chauncey R. Sias 7 Mar., 65 

JameB M. Lincoln 11 Mar., 






10 a 







146 



MASSACHUSETTS LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



FOURTEENTH BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Read- 
ville, Mass., February 27, 1864, to 
serve three years. It was mus- 
tered out of service June 15, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which* 
this battery bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 
Joseph W. B. Wright ... 9 Mar.,. 64 

First Lieutenants. 

Samuel Chapin 29 Mar., 64 

Albert George 10 Mar., 65 

Second Lieutenants. 

Mathias J. Moore 10 Mar., 65 

Albert S. Walker 27 Apr., 



FIFTEENTH BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Fort 
Warren, Boston harbor, Mass., 
February 17, 1863, to serve three 
years. It was mustered oat of ser- 
vice August 4, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bbre an honorable 
part is not yet published iu orders.) 

Captain. 
Timothy Pearson 17 Feb., 63 

First Lieutenants. 

LorinL. Dame 24 Feb., 64 

Albert Rouse 4 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Edward D. Morrill 21 Feb., 64 

Joseph S. Groush 21 Feb., 



.SIXTEENTH BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Read- 
ville, Mass., March 11. 1864, to 
serve three years. It was mus- 
tered out of service June 27, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from 
the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 
Henry D. Scott 25 Mar., 64, 



Casualties. 

Discharged, (1.) 

First Lieut. Samuel J. Bradlee, January 14, 1865. 

Died, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Ephraim B. Nye, killed in action near Peters- 
burg, Va., March 25, 1865. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



- First Lieut. James W. Kirk, September 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Harry D. Littlefield, September 30, 1863. 



Casualties. 

Discharged, (1.) 
Second Lieut. Augustine Sanderson, March 25, 1864. 



MASSACHUSETTS LIGHT AliTILLEBY. 



14T 



First Lieutenants. 

Lewis V. Osgood 29 Mar., 64 

Philip T. Woodfin, jr . . .14 Apr., 

Second Lieutenants. 

James McCallnm 11 Mar., 64 

Alonzo B. Langley 6 May, 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The 4th and 7th light butteries not having been mustered out in time to have that fact 
appear on this register, their rosters are made up to the 31st of August, 1865. 

NOTE 3.— The roster of officers of each battery (except the 4*h and 7th) is given as it stood on the 
da> of muster out. 



148 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



TWO UNASSIGNED COMPA- 
NIES OF SHARPSHOOTERS. 

FIRST COMPANY. 

(This company was organized at 
Lynnfield, Mass., September 3, 
1861, to 6erve three years. The 
original members were mustered 
out September 8, 1864, by reason 
of expiration of term of service, and 
the veterans and recruits trans- 
ferred to the 19th Massachusetts 
volunteers. 

(The official list of battles in which 
this company bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 

Isaac N. Mudgett 23 July, 64 

First Lieutenant. 



Second Lieutenant. 



SECOND COMPANY. 

(This company was Organized at 
Lynnfield, Mass., September 3. 
1861. to serve three years. It was 
mustered out October 17, 1864. by 
reason of expiration of term of 
service.) ' 

(The official list of battles in which 
this company bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Captain. 
Robert Smith 5Dec, 63 



First Lieutenant. 



Second Lieutenant. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 

First Lieut. William Gleason, April 3, 1862. 
First Lieut. Henry Martiu, May 29, 1863. 
Second Lieut. George C. Gray, May 30, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John L. Perley, July 12, 1862. 

Discharged, (2.) 

Captain William Plvmer, September 26, 1863. 
First Lieut Emerson L. Bickntll, July 17, 1863. 

Dismissed, (1.) 
First Lieut. Oscar H. Clement, September 27, 1863. 

Died, (3.) 

Captain John Saunders, killed in action at Antietam, Sep- 
tember 17. - 

First Lieut. William Berry, killed in action at Antietam, Sep- 
tember 17. - I 

First Lieut. Samuel G. Gilbreth, killed in action June 18. 
1864 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (7.) 

Captain Lewis E. Wentworth, July 16, 1862. (Recommia- 

sioned August 20. 1862.) 
Captain Lewis E. Weir worth. May 18, 186a 
First Lieut. Charles D. Stiles. August 6, 1862. 
First Lieut. Edward Up'on, January 29. 1863. 
First Lieut. Wiusor M. Ward. September 21, 1664. 
Second Lieut. Alvan A. Evans. July 7, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Ivory Leach, June 20, 1863. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



149 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Bos- 
ton. Mam., in May, 1561, to serve 
three yean. It was mustered out 
of service May 25, 1864, by reason 
of expiration of term.) . - 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders. ) 

Colonel. 

N. B. McLaughlin, 8. <3. . 14 Dec, 62 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Clark B. Baldwin 30 Dec. , 62 

Major. 
Gardner. Walker 20 Dec. , 62 

Captains. 

Ebenezer W. Stone 24 May, 61 

(baric- S. Kendall 24 July, 02 

Henry Parkinson 3i> : 

Frank \Y. Carruth 30 Dec, 

John McDonough 98 .Mar., 03 

John S. Clark 80 Oct. 

George E. Henry, a. id. to. 
M. Jordan, a. w. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Charles E. Mudge, Adj't. 24 May, 

Myrick 1 Mar., 

Johu S. Willey 28 Mar., 

Frederic E. Dolbeau 28 

George L. Lawrence 28 Oct., 

William II. Fletcher 28 

William P. Drary 28 Oct., 

William E. llayward 3 Nov., 

Miles Farwell, R. Q. M., a. w. to. 
Frank Thomas, a. ic. to. 
AmoB Webster, a. ic. in. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Nathaniel Averell 30 Dec, 

Edward G. Tutein 28 

Riifus M. Maguire 28 Mar., 

Surgeon. 

Edward A. Whibton 27 Mar., 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Isaiah L. Pickard 12 July, 

Chaplain. 

Warren H. Cudworth.. . .27 May, 



63 



63 



61 



Casualties. 

Rmignaj, (13.) 
Captain Edward Pearl, August 18, 186L 
Captain George H. Smith, August 18, 1861. 
Captain Alfred W. Adams, August 18, 1861. 
Captain Henry A. Snow, August, 1861. 
Captain Frank II. Ward, October 4, 1862. 
First Lieut. John H.Rogers, July 9, It 
First Lieut. John 11. Lee. It. Q. M., August 1, 1861. 
First Lieut. She.lrick K. Morris. April 25, 1863. 
First Lieut Joseph H. Dalion. May 18, 1863. 
Second Lieut. R. A. Saunders, December, 1861. 
Beeoad Lieut. D. G. E. Dickinson, January 24, 1862. 

1 Lieut. James Doherty. January 30, 1864. 
Surgeon Richard Salter, February 2, 1863. 

Discharged, (2.), 
it. Horatio Roberts, February 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Harri>ou Hinckley, March 7, 1864. 

Promoted, (15.) 
Colonel Robert Cowdin, October 1, 1862, to Brigadier General. 
Linn. Colonel George D. Wells, July 11, 1862, to Colonel 34th 

lfMlltrhr i " 
Captain Edward A. Wild, September 1, 1862, to Colonel 35th 

ilUSrttS VO'g. 

Captain Suinuer Carmth, September 1, 1862, to Lieutenant 
Colonel 35th Massachusetts vols. 

Captain Abial G. Chamberlain, November 10, 1863, to Colonel 
37th U. S. C. T. 

First Lieut. George II. Johnston, Adj't, April 21, 1862, to Cap- 
tain and A. A. <1. 

First Lieut. Joseph Hilbert, jr., Adj't, May 12, 1862, to Captain 
and A. a. a. 

First Lieut. Albert S. Austin, R. Q. M, July 17, 1862, to Cap- 
tain and C. S. 

First Lieut. Charles L. Chandler, August 6, 1862, to Captain 
34th .V - vols. 

it. William P. Cowie, R. Q. AT., September 10, 1862, 
to Captain and C >'. 

First Linn. William II. Lawrence, Adj't. November 10, 1862, 
t > Major and A. D. C. 

First Lieut. William L. Candler, December 9, 1862, to Cap- 
tain and A. D. C. 

Burgeon Samuel A. Green, August 1, 1861, to Sur- 
geon 24th M vols. 

Assistant .Surgeon F. Le Baron Munroe, January 26, 1863, to 
Surgeon 15th Massachusetts vols. 

Surgeon T. Fletcher Oakes, August 10, 1863, to Sur- 
geon 56th Massachusetts vols. 

Died, (8.) 

Major Charles P. Chandler, killed in action June 30, 1862. 

Captain Charles E. Rand, killed in action May 2, 1863. 

Captain Mo$e$ II. Warren, killed in action at Spottsylvania 
May 12, 1864. 

First Lieut. Win. L. Sutherland, killed in action June 30, 1862. 

First Lieut. Henry Hartley, killed in action July 2, 1863. 

Second Lieut. W. H. B. Smith, killed in action July 18, 1861. 

Second Lieut. Elijah B. Gill, killed in action July 21, 1861. 

Assistant Surgeon Niel R. Gunn, June 2, 1863. of disease, at 
Falmouth, Ya. 

Dismissed, (3.) # 

Captain William C Johnston, March 4, 1863. 

Captain Forrester A. Pelby, September 22, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Oliver Walton, May 28, 1862. 
Deserted, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon John B. Garvie, December 18, 1863. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



150 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Bos- 
ton, Mass., May 25, 1861, to serve 
three years. The original members 
were mustered out of service May 
24, 1864; the veterans and recruits 
retained in service untd July 11, 
1865, when they were mustered out 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

William Coggswell. . ... .25 June, 63 

{Brevet Brig. General 15 Dec, 64.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles P. Morse 4 Julv, 63 

(Brevet Colonel 13 March, 1865.) 

Major. 

James Francis 29 July, 63 

Captains. 

Edward A. Phalen 1 July, 63 

George A. Thayer 1 Sept., 63 

Henry N. Comey 28 June, 64 

Dennis Mehan 28 Juno, 

William E. Perkins 19 May, 65 

George J. Thompson 15 June, 

Theodore K. Parker 28 June, 

Francis W. Crowninshield, a. to. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

John A. Fox, Adj't. ..... 9 Aug., 62 

George L. Binney 19 Mar., 63 

EdwinA. Hawes, .R.Q.jVI.28 June, 64 

Moses P. Richardson 28 June, 

(Brevet Captain 13 March, 1865.) 
William T. Mc Alpine. .. . 1 July, 64 

Jesse Richardson 1 July, 

Jed. C. Thompson 11 Aug., 

William D. Toombs 27 Mar., 65 

James Hanning 9 June, 

George W. Morse 9 June, 

Richard Pendergast 1 July, 

William H. Miles 1 July, 



Second Lieutenants. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (12.) 

Captain Greely S. Curtis, October 25, 1661. 

Captain Francis II. Tucker, December 16, 1861. 

Captain J. Parker Whitney, June 2, 1862. 

Captain George P. Bangs, March 30, 1863. 

Captain Robert B. Brown, April 15, 1865. 

Captain Daniel Oakey, July 3, 1865. 

First Lieut. Harrison G. O. Weymouth, June 27, 1861. 

First Lieut. T. Laurence Mathy, December 3, 1861. 

First Lieut. Edwin R. Hill, December 23, 1861. 

First Lieut. Rufus Choat, October 31, 1862. 

First Lieut. Francis Lundy, October 22, 1864. 

First Lieut. Anson D. Sawyer, R. Q. M., November 3, 1864. 

Discharged, (14.) 

Colonel Samuel M. Quincy, June 6, 1863. 
Captain Henry & Russell, March 19, 1863. 
Captain Robert G. Shaw, April 16, 1863. 
Captain Nathan D. A. Sawyer, June 2, 1865. 
First Lieut. Henry L. Higginson, October 25, 1861. 
First Lieut. Adam Miller, December 29, 1862. 
First Lieut. George F. Browning, January 15, 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles J. Mills, March 18. 1861 
First Lieut. Fletcher M. Abbott, December 23, 1863. 
First Lieut. Joseph W. Gelroy, October 13, 1864. 
Second Lieut. J. Kent Stone, January 10, 1863. 
Surgeon Lucius If. Sargent, September 24, 1861. 
Surgeon Francis Leland, November 16, 1862. 
Surgeon Lincoln R. Stone, April 24, 1863. 

Expiration of term of service, (8.) 
Captain John F. George, Mav 24, 1864. 
Captain Everett W. Pattison, May 24, 1864. 
Captain Albert W. Powers, May 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. James W. Cook, May 24. I - 
First Lieut. Erastus B. Carroll. Mav 24, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles W. Thomas. '.Mav 21. 1864. 
Second Lieut.-Albert W. Mann, Mav 24, 1864. 
Chaplain Alonzo H Quint, May 23, 1864. 

Promoted, (12.) 

Colonel George H. Gordon, ZU. \)., B. 3., June 9, 1862, to 

Brigadier General of vols. 
Colonel George L. Andrews, £23. \3., November 10, 1862, to 

Brigadier General of vols. 
Captain Adin B. Underwood, June 24, 1862, to Lieutenant 

Colonel 33d Massachusetts vols. 
First Lieut. William D. Sedgwick, September 16, 1861, to 

Captain and A. A. G. of vols. 
First Lieut. James M. Ellis, November 14, 1861, to Captain 

and C. S. of vols. 
First Lieut. Robert M. Copeland, R. Q.M., to Captain and 

A. A. G. of vols. 
First Lieut. Charles Wheaton, jr., Adj't, July 17, 1862, to 

Captain and C. S. of vols. 
First Lieut. Marcus M. Hawes, R. Q. M., July 17, 1862, to 

Captain and A. Q. M. of vols. 
First Lieut. Charles P. Horton, July 17, 1862, to Captain and 

A. A.G. of vols. 
First Lieut. Henry B. Scott, July 17, 1862, to Captain and 

A. A. G. of vols. 
First Lieut. Eugene E. Shelton, Adj't, February 19, 1863, to 

Captain and C. S. of vols. 
Assistant Surgeon William Nichols, jr., Ferwuary 21, 1865, tc 

Surgeon 3d Mass. heavj' artillery. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



151 



Surgeon. 
Curtiss E. Mann 19 Jan., G5 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Chaplain. 



Died, (16.) 

Lieut. Colonel Wilder Dwight, September 19, 1862, of wounds 
received at Antietam. 

Lieut. Colonel Charles R. Mudge, killed in action at Gettys- 
burg July 3. 1865. 

Major James Savage, jr., October 22, 1862, of wounds received 
at Cedar Mountain. 

Captain Edward G. Abbott, killed in action at Cedar Moun- 
tain August q, 1862. 

Captain Richard Cary, killed in action at Cedar Mountain 
August !•. : - 

Captain Richard C. Goodwin, killed in action at Cedar Moun- 
tain Angtul 9 

Captain William 15. William?, killed in action at Cedar Moun- 
tain August 9, 1862. 

Captain Thomas R. Robeson, July 7, 1863, of wounds receiv- 
ed at Gettysburg. 

Captain Thomas B. Fox, jr., July 25, 1863, of wounds received 
at Gettysburg. 

Captain J. Ingersoll Grafton, killed in battle at Averysboro'. 
N. O., March 16, 1865. 

Fir-t Lieut. Stephen G. Perkins, killed in action at Cedar 
Mountain August 9. 1862. 

First Lieut, (hrald Fitzgerald, killed in action at Chancel- 
lonyfflfl May 3, 1863. 

Fin-t Lieut. Samu< 1 Storrow, killed in action at Black.Creek. 
. March 16, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Henry V. D. Stone, killed in action at Gettys- 
burg July 3. 1861 

Surgeon William II. Heath, August 28, 1864, in hospital at 
Chattanooga. 

Assistant Surgeon James Wightman, June 15, 1863, of disease. 

Transferred, (1.) 

Captain Ocran H. Howard, September 12, 1863, toU. S. Signal 
Corps. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register*except those announced in General 
Orders before the 31st day of August, 1865. 
NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



152 



MASSACHUSETTS IXFANTRY 



THIRD REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 


(This regiment was organized prin- 
cipally at Lakeville. Mass., in Sep- 
tember, 1862, to serve nine months, 
and mustered out of service June 
26, 1863, by reason of expiration of 
term.) 


Resigned, (1.) 
First Lieut. Solomon K. Eaton, February 23, 1S63. 


(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 




Colonel. 




Silas P. Richmond 15 Oct., 62 




Lieutenant Colonel. 


. 


James Barton 15 Oct., 62 




Majors. 
John Morissey 15 Oct. , 62 




Captains. 

John W. Marble 23 Sept. , 62 

Elihu Grant 23 Sept , 


• 


Andrew R. Wright 23 Sept., 

John A. Hawes 23 Sept., 

George R. Hurlbut 23 Sept., 

Otis A. Baker 23 Sept., 

Barnabas Ewer, jr 23 Sept., 




Thomas B. Griffith 26 Sept., 

WilliamS. Cobb 26 Sept., 




First Lieutenants. 




Charles P. Lyon 23 Sept., 62 

Benjamin A. Shaw 23 Sept., 

Thomas McFarland 23 Sept., 

William E. Mason 23 Sept., 

William H. Allen, (3d) ..23 Sept., 

Robert Crossman 23 Sept., 

Nathan Forbes 23 Sept., ** 




Henry W. Briggs 26 Sept., 

Charles A. S. Perkins... 26 Sept, 
Lucien L. Perkins, Adj't, 15 Oct., 
Bethuel Penniman, R. Q. 

M 15 Oct., 


. 


Jabez M. Lyle 8 Apr., 63 




Second Lieutenants. 




Nathaniel Morton 23 Sept., 62 

Charles D. Copeland 23 Sept., 

George Reynolds, jr 23 Sept., 

James L. Sharp 23 Sept., 

Jonathan W. Davis 23 Sept., 

Joseph Gibbs 23 Sept., 




Charles E. Churchill 23 Sept., 

James L. Wilber 26 Sept., 

William S. Briggs 26 Sept., 

Joshua H. Wilkcy 8 Apr., 63 




Surgeon. 




Alfred A. Stocker 15 Oct. , 62 




Assistant Surgeon. 




Woodbridgo R. Hawes, a. w. m. 




Chaplain. 




Charles A. Snow 15 Oct.-, 62 





NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



153 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized rft 
Lakeville, Mass., September 23, 

1862, to serve nine months, and 
mustered out of service Augiral 28, 

1863, by reason of expiration of 
term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

,Henry Walker 16 Dec, 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Eben T.Colby 16 Dec, 62 

Major. 

Charles F. Howard 26 Dec, 62 

Captains. 

John R. Rollins 19 Sept., 62 

Henry B. Maglathlin 23 Sept., 

Charles H. Paull 23 Sept., 

Hiram C Allien 23 Sept., 

Seneca R. Thomas 23 Sept., 

Mohn Hall 23 Sept , 

Lewis Soule 26 Sept., 

George S. Merrill, a. \c. m. 
William R. Black, a. to. in. 

First Lieutenants. ■ 

James G. Abbott 19 Sept., 62 

Ira Drake 23 Sept., 

Daniel F. Wood 23 Sept., 

Myron W. Hollis 23 Sept., 

Horatio C. Sampson 23 Sept., 

John H. Church 23 Sept., 

t Henry Humble 26 Sept., 

Augustus Crocker. Adj't. 16 Dec, 
Thos. J. Lathrop, ILQ.M. 16 Dec, 
John R. Tarbox, a. to. m. 
Benjamin H. Richmond, a. to. m. 
William J. Briggs, a. to. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Hiram Robinson 19 Sept., 62 

t Henry W Morse 23 Sept., 

t James M. Sampson 23 Sept., 

Edmund Cottle .'. . . 23 Sept. , 

Philander Williams 23 Sept., 

John Maloy 26 Sept., 

Albert F. Dow, a. to. m. 
William H. Munroe, a. to. m. 

Surgeon. 

James Waldock 26 Dec, 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Edward W. Nortoni 26 Dec, 62 

Joseph F. Gould 26 Dec. , 

Chaplain. 

Samuel E. Pierce 27 Dec, 62 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (1.) 
First Lieut. Moses A. Richardson, September 23, 1862. 

Died. (3.) 

Captain William II. Bartlett, killed in action at Port Iludsiti, 
La, June 14, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William F. Holmes, June 3, 1863, at Brashear 
city. La., of disease. 

Second Lieut Isaac II. Bonney, August 23, 1863, at Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 



'Absent, wounded. t Prisoners of war. 

NOTE.— Tho roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



154 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at "Wen- 
ham, Mass., in September, 1862, to 
serve nine months, and mustered 
ojit of service July 2, 1863, by rea- 
son of expiration of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

George H. Pierson 8 Oct., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John T. Boyd 8 Oct., 62 

Major. 
William E. C.Worcester. 8 Oct., 62 

Captains. 

Robert S. Daniels 16 Sept., 62 

John Kent 16 Sept., 

William T. Grammer ...16 Sept., 

Caleb Drew 16 Sept., 

Charles B. Newton 16 Sept., 

Joseph Crafts 19 Sept., 

Thomas F. Howard 19 Sept,,* 

Benjamin F. Parker 19 Sept., 

Charles Currier 23 Sept, 

James F. Green 29 Sept., 

First Lieutenants. 

George F. Barnes 16 Sept. , 62 

George Myrick 16 Sept., 

Charles S. Converse 16 Sept., 

Walter Everett 16 Sept., - 

Andrew A. Powers 16 Sept., 

Florence C. Ciowjey 19 Sept., 

Walter C. Bailey 19 Sept., 

George H. Marden, jr . ..19 Sept., 

Alfred Haskell 23 Sept., 

John McGrath 29 Sept., 

Wm. T. Eustis, 3d, Adft. 8 Oct., 
Geo. A. Norton, R. Q, M. 8 Oct., 

Second Lieutenants. 
William L. Thompson.. .16 Sept., 62 

Andrew J. Holbrook 16 Sept., 

William A. Colegate lti Sept., 

Daniel Webster Davis.. .16 Sept., 

William S. Frost 16 Sept., 

Ira Joseph Osborne 19 Sept., 

John Harrington 19 Sept., 

Charles P. Whittle 19 Sept., 

Elisha N. Pierce 23 Sept., 

James W. Dillon 29 Sept., 

Surgeon. 
William Ingalls 8 Oet. , 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Dixie C. Hoyt 8 Oct., 62 

Chaplain. 
William F. Snow 8 Oct. , 62 



Casualties. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



155 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 


(This regiment was organized at 
Boston and Lowell, Mass., from 
August 31 to September 8, 1862, to 
serve nine months ; and mustered 
out of service June 3. 1863, by 
reason of expiration of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 


Resigned, (2.) 

First Lieut, William G. Wise, R. Q.M., January 26. 1863. • 
First Lieut. Aaron S. Fletcher, March 6, 1863. 

Discharged, (3.) 

Captain Andrew C. Wright. November 26, 1862. 
First Lieut. Theodore Collamore, February 11. 1863. 
First Lieut. Enoch J. Foster, February 20, 1863. 


Albert S. Follansbe 15 Aug., 62 


Died, (2.) 


Lieutenant Colonel. 
Melvin Beal 4 Sept., 62 


Second Lieut. Robert G. Barr, killed in action at Tanner's 

Ford. December 12. 1 - 
Seeend Lieut. Edward D. Sawte.ll, killed in action January 

30, 1863. 


Major. 
Charles A. Stott 4 Sept., 62 


Captains. 




George F. Shattuck 31 Aug., 62 

John C. Jepsan 31 Aug., 

James W. Hart 31 Aug., 

Aaron ('. Ilaudley 31 Aug., 

George L. Cady 31 Aug., 

Rodney C. Fenon 31 Aug., 

Augustine L. Hamilton.. 31 Aug., 

A/Bartlett 31 Aug., 

John S. Sawyer E B 

Alfred J. Hall 3 Jan., 63 




First Lieutenant. 




Thomas O. Allen, Adj't.. 15 Aug., 62 

Samuel G. Blood 31 Aug., 

John W. Hadley 31 Aug., 

Samuel C. Pinney 31 Aug., 

Sehryn E. Bickford 31 Aug., 

Charles E. Poor 31 Aug., 

Eben H. EUenwood 31 Aug., 

William F. Wood 31 Aug., 

Calvin A. Damon 11 Feb., 63 

George W. Snell 24 Feb., 

George W. Rand 10 .Mar., 

Charles H. Coburn, R. Q. M. 


• 


Second Lieutenants. 


• 


Isaac X. Marshall 31 Aug., 62 

Hiram C. Muzzey 31 Aug., 

Alfred H. Pulcifer 31 

Albert Pinder 31 Aug., 

Shapley Morgan 31 Aug., 

Lowell* Ellison 8 Sept. 




Joseph A. Bacon 13 Feb., 63 




George W. Knights 10 Mar., 

Frederick G. Tyler, a. ic. m. 




Surgeon. 




Walter Burnham 4 Sept., 62 




Assistant Surgeons. 




Otis M. Humphrey 4 Sept., 62 

George E. Pinkham 23 Dec, 




Chaplain. 




John W. Hanson 30 Aug., 62 





Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



156 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(Companies A. B. "D, E, and I. of this 
regiment, were organized at Boston, 
Mass. ; companies 0, F, G, H, and 

. K, *t Taunton, Mass., in June, 1861; 
to serve three years. The regi- 
ment was mustered out of service 
June 27, 1864, by reason of expira- 
tion of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Thomas D. Johns 28 Mar. , 63 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Franklin P. Harlow 24 Oct., 62 

Major. 

Joseph B. Leonard 24 Oct. , 62 

Captains. 

Zeba F. Bliss 15 June, 61 

Ward L. Foster 15 June, 

John 11. Whitcomb 15 June, 

James It. Mathcwson . . .24 Oct., 62 

"William II. Gurney 1 Nov., 

David C. Bancroft 24 Apr., 63 

Dan Packard 1 May, 

Christopher C. Weston ..19 June, 

First Lieutenants. 

Daniel Edson, jr.. R.Q.M. 15 June, 61 

Edward L. Langiord 24 Oct., 62 

Edward N. Dean, Adj't.AS Dec, 

Leonard Hathaway 24 Apr., (53 

James II. Langiord 24 Apr., 

Anthony Davis 19 June, 

Charles T. Lee 19 June, 

James W. Thompson 2 Sept., 

Charles E. Cady 2 Sept., 

William 11. Wade 2 Nov., 

Second Lieutenants. 

John A. Jones 18 Nov.. 62 

George M. Hatch 24 Apr., 63 

Earl P. Bowi'ii 19 June, 

William J. Fisher 19 June, 

Chailes B. Hathaway . ..19 June, 

Isaac W. Giles 19 June, 

Luke B. Noyes, jr 19 June, 

Surgeon. 

William H. Lincoln 10 Sept., 63 

Assistant Surgeojis. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (35.) 

Colonel Joseph TFheelock. January 31, 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Chester W. Green. November 22, 1861. 

Lieut. Colonel Charles Raymond, October 24, 1SG2. 

Major David E. Holman, July 30, 1861. 

Captain Edward Collins, July — , 1861. 

Captain John F. Ashley, August 1, 1861. 

Captain Charles T. Robinson, October 11, 1861. 

Captain John dishing, November 7, 1861. 

Captain David H. Dyer, November 12, 1861. 

Captain Horace Fox, December 1, 1861. 

Captain Othniel Gilmore, July 27, 1862. 

Captain William B. Stall, November 11, 1862. 

Captain George W. Reed, December 6, 1862. 

Captain Edgar A. Robinson, February 2, 1863. 

Captain Hiram A. Oakman, August 24, 1863. 

Captain Wright Bisbee, Februarv 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. William W. Fisher, August 5, 1861. 

First Lieut. Jesse D. Bullock, November 16, 1861. (Recom- 

missioned as First Lieut.) 
First Lieut. William W. Carslcy, July 12, 1862. 
Fir^t Lieut. Augustus W. Lothrop, July 22, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles B. Des Jardinrs. November 22, 1862. 
Fiivt Lieut. William H. NffS, December 6, 1862. 
First Lieut. James M. Lincoln, December 19, 1862. 
First Lieut. Jesse F. Eddy, March 26, 1863. 
First Lieut. John B. Burt, May 7, 1863. 
First Lieut. Thomas High, May 10, 1863. 
First Lieut. George W. Andrews, June 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. Monroe F. Williams, August 14, 1863. 
First Lieut. James E. Seaver, November 1, 1863. 
Second Lieut. George W. Gifford, August 3, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Josiah J. Eaton, November 2, 1861. 
Second Lieut. William O'Sdl, November 6, 1861. 
Second Lieut. William F. White, November 9, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Frank B. Houdin. June 18, 18 
Second Lieut. John C. Bosvorth, October 23, 1863. 

Discharged, (5.) 

Captain George F. Holman. September 9, 1862. 
Captain William M. Hale. January 16, 1863. 
Captain Edward F. Hopkins, June 10. 
First Lieut. John W. Rogers, September 3, 1862. 
First Lieut. Abijah L. Mayhew, September 33, 

Promoted. (6.) 

Colonel Darius N. Couch. IU. {3,. May 17, 1 - 
Brigadier General of vols. 

Colonel Nelson H. Davis, UJ. $., IV 3., November 2, 1861, 
to Assistant Inspector General I". S. A. 

Colonel David A. Russdl. BB. p., IV X, November 29, 1862, 
to Brigadier General of vols. 

Surgeon Silas A. Holman, September 9, 1863, to Surgeon 
United States vols. 

Assistant Surgeon Zabdicl B. Adams, May 31, 1862, to Sur- 
geon 32d Massachusetts vols. 

As>istant Surgeon Arthur H. Cowdrey, October 26, 1863, to 
Surgeon 37th U. S. C. T. 

Died, (6.) 

Captain Prentiss M. Whiting, May 4, 1863, of wounds received 
in battle of Salem Heights. 

Fh>t Lieut. Jesse D. Bullock. June 26, 1862, of wounds re- 
ceived at battle of Seven Pin' - 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



157 



Chaplain. 



'■ First Lieut. Albert A. Tillson, killed in action of Mayre's 
Heights. May 3, 1863. 

Fir-t Lieut. Henry W. NiehoLs. May 12, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived at Rpottsylvania. 

Second Lieut. Peleg Mitchetl, August 10, 1862, of disease, at 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

Chaplain Robert Carver, March 2, 1863, of disease, at Orient, 
N. Y. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



158 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Box- 
ford, Mass., from September 15, 
1862, to October 30, 1862, to sejve 
nine months, and mustered out of 
service August 7, 1863, by reason 
of expiration of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Frederic J. Coffin 7 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

James Hudson, jr 7 Nov., 62 

Major. 

Israel W. Walliss 7 Nov. , 

Captains. 

Stephen D. Gardiner . ..15 Sept, 

David W. Low 15 Sept., 

George T. Newhall 19 Sept., 

Francis E. Porter 19 Sept., 

Richard Phillips 1 Oct., 

Samuel C. Graves 1 Oct., 

Albert G. Allen 1 Oct., 

George R. Davis 30 Oct., 

Henry Stone 7 Nov., 

Jeremiah C. Bacheller .. 6 May, 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Joseph L.Johnson 15 Sept., 62 

Edward L. llowe 15 Sept,, 

Thomas H. Berry ...19 Sept., 

Hugh J. Munsey 19 Sept., 

Benjamin L. Mitchell. ... 1 Oct., 

Lorenzo F. Linnell 1 Oct., 

Edwin Bailey 1 Oct., 

William J. Lauden 30 Oct., 

Benj. F. Peach, jr. Adft. 7 Nov., 
E. A. Ingalls. R. Q.M... 7 Nov., 

Mathias N. Snow 7 Nov., 

Abram Hun Berry 30 May, 63 

Second Lieutenants. 

Eben P. Cutter 15 Sept., 62 

Samuel Fears 15 Sept., 

William H. Merritt 19 Sept., 

Eleazer Giles 19 Sept., 

Stuart F. McClearn 1 Oct., 

Samuel Roads 1 Oct., 

Benjamin E. Newhall ... 1 Oct., 
Christopher J. Plaisted. .30 Oct., 

James McDavitt 30 May, 63 

George Watts, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

Charles Haddock 7 Nov. , 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 

John L.Robinson 7 Nov., 62 

Chaplain. 

John C. KimbaU 7 Nov., 62 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (2.) 



Captain Thomas Herbert, May 4, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles B. Sanderson, May 30, 1803, 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



159 



NINTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Boston, Mass., June ll, 1861, to 
serve three years. It was muster- 
ed out June 21, 1864. by reason of 
expiration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Patrick Robert Guiney..26 July, 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Patrick Thomas Hanley. 26 July, 62 

Major. 
John William Mahau 6 June, 63 



Captains. 

Timothy O'Leary 10 Oct., SI 

Michael Francis O'Hara. 28 June, 62 

i k Mcfiunnigle 28 June, 
Timothy Roland Bourke.27 Aug., 

John M'ichael Tobin 28 Aug., 

Michael Flynn 8 Feb., 63 

Mich. Aloysius Finnerty.12 Sept., 
Martin O'Brien 22 Oct., 



First Lieutenants. 

Mich. Wm, Phalen, Adft.28 Jan., 62 
Barnard Francis Finan..l3 Feb., 63 

Christopher Plunkett 6 Mar., 

Patrick Edward Murphy 21 Mar . , 

Timothy Dacey . . *6 June, 

1). G. McNamara. R. Q.M.27 Aug., 
John Francis Donerty - . .12 - 

James O'Donnell. . . .* 22 Oct., 

William Robert Bourke.22 Oct., 
Joseph Murphy 22 Oct. , 



Second Lieutenant. 
Wm. Ambrose Plunkett. 1 Sept , 63 

Surgeon. 
James Francis Sullivan. .13 Dec, 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 
John Ryan 16 Dec* 62. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (22.) 

Lieut. Colonel Cronwell G. Rowell. October 23, 1861. 

Major George W. Dutton, March 29. 1863. 

Captain Bernard 8. Treanor. June 11, 1861. 

Captain Christopher Plunkett. August 27, 1861. (Recom- 

mi>s'ioned First Lieutenant. March 6. 
Captain Edward Fitzgerald. September 7, 186L 
Captain John R. Teague, January 27, 1862. 
Captain James E. Gallagher. July 9, 1862. 
Captain Michael Sranlan, October 19, 1862. 
Captain John H. Walsh. January 7, 1863. 
First Lieut. G«-. rge W. Perkins, Adjt. August 4, I86L 
Lieut Jo** Moran. R. Q. M., November 26, 1861. 
First Lieut. Patrick Walsh, January 4. 1862. 
First Lieut. John Doh.rty. Pi 1 niarv 12. 1863. 
Pint Lieut. William B. Malonev, March 23. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Matthew Dacey. October 14. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Edward Finnotty, February 28, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Hugh McGonigle, March 1." 1- 
Second Lieut. "William J. Blood, August 10, 16o3. 
Surgeon Peter Pineo. August 26. 1861. 
i 8. Watson Drew, December 6. 
• Surgeon Patrick O'CoonelL September 12, 1861. 
Chaplain Thomas Scully, October 31, I - 



Discharged, (I.) 
First Lieut. William W. Doherty, November 2, ie61. 

Promoted, (2.) 

Assistant Surgeon Francis M. Lincoln. July 28, 1862, to Sur- 
geon 35th M 

As.-istant Surgeon James W. Fitzpatrick, March 29, 1863, to 
Surgeon United States vols. 



Dismissed, (9.) 

Captain John C. Willry, February 7. 1863. 

Captain Patrick W. Black, August 3, 1863. 

Captain Thomas K. Roche, September 30, 1863. 

First Lieut. Michael H. McNamara, September 1, 1861. 

Pint Lieut. William Strachan, Adft, February 25, 1862. 

First Lieut. Philip E. Redmond, March 10, 1862. (Recommi3- 

sioned Second Lieutenant, September 11, 1863.) 
Second Lieut. Timothy F. Let, November 2, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Robert A. Miller, August 3. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Frank M. Lalor, August 3, 1863. 



Died, (13.) 

Colonel Thomas Cass, July 12, 1862, of wounds received at 

Malvern Hill, Va. 
Lieut. Colonel Robert Peard, January 27, 1862, of disease. 
Captain William Madagin, killed in action at Gaines's Mill, 

Va.. June 27, 1862. 
Captain John Carey, killed in action at Gaines's Mill, Va., 

June 27, 1862. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Chaplain. 
Costney Louis Egan 18 Sept., 63 



Captain Jeremiah O'Neil. killed in action at Gaines's Mill, Va., 

June 27, 1862. 
Captain James E. McCafferty, killed in action at Gaines's Mill, 

Va., June 27, 1862. 
Captain William A. Phelan, killed at the Wilderness, Va., May 

5, 1864. 
Captain James W. McNamara, killed at battle of Wilderness, 

Va., May 5. 1864. 
First Lieut. Thomas Mooney, R. Q. if., March 29, 1862, of 

wounds received from a fall from his horse. 
First Lieut. Itichard P. Nugent, killed in action at Gaines's 

Mill, Va., June 27, 1862. 
First Lieut. John H. Rafferty, killed in action at Malvern 

Hill. Va., July 1, 1862. 
First Lieut. Edward McSweeney, killed in action at Malvern 

Hill, Va,, July 1, 1862. 
First Lieut. Archibald Simpson, killed in battle at the Wilder- 
ness*, Va., May 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. Nicolas Charles Flaherty, killed at the Wilderness, 

Va., May 6, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Francis O' Doted, killed in action at Gaines's 

Mill, Va., June 27, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Philip E. Redmond, September 17, 1863, of 

disease. 
Second Lieut. James O'Neil, killed in action May 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles B. McGirmisken, June 7, 1864, of 

wounds received at the Wilderness, Va. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



161 



TENTH REGIMENT. 

(Companies A, B. D, and K of this 
regiment were organized at Spring- 
Mass., and companies C, E, 
H. and I at Boston, Mass., 
June SI, 1861, to serve th; 
and was mustered out of st rvice 
July 6, 1864, by reason of expira- 
tion of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant ColoneL 
Joseph B. Pardons 20 July, 62 



Major. 



Captains. 

Frederick Barton 21 June, 61 

FUrd Shurtleff 2 July, 62 

Edwin F Johnson 12 July, 

George W. Blgelow 3 Nov., 

William Streeter 26 Nov., 

Homer G. Gilmore.. 

"Edwin L. Knight 96 

George Pierce, jr 10 Aug., 63 

Wiilard I. Bishop 15 Oct., 

t Ralph O.Ives 1 Feb., 64 



First Lieutenant. 

Allen S. Mansir, R. Q. M 29 Sept.. 62 
Chas. H. Brewster, Adj't 29 .Sept., 

Edwin Whitnev 96 Nov., 

Mark H. Cotrell 26 Nov., 

L. Oskar Eaton 26 Nov., 

Nelson H. Gardner 'J6 Nov., 

Levi Ross 99 Not., 

Henry A. Brown 1 Jan., 63 

Edward H. Graves 15 Oct. , 



Second Lieutenants. 

Elihn B. "Whittlesey 1 June, 

Charles H. Knapp'. 26 Nov., 

George C. Kaulback 26 Nov., 

Simeon N. Eldridge 26 Nov. , 

George W. Potter, jr 26 Nov.. 

"William F. Darby 26 Nov., 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (11.) 
■ 
Lieut. Colonel Jeflbrd M. Decker, July 17, 1862, 
Major William R. Marsh, June 12, 1662. 
Captain John H. Clifford. November 6, 1861. 
First Lieut. Da fid W. Wells, November 28, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles Wheeler, R. Q. M., September 29, 1862. 
First Lieut. Wallace A. Putnam, January 26, 1863. 
Second Lieut. L»-wis W. Goddard, November 19, 1861. 
Second Lieut, Heurv L. Wilcox, October 7, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Terry S. Noble, November 24, 1663. 
Chaplain Frederick A. Barton, May 1, 1862. 
Chaplain Andoniram J. Bingham, January 16, 1863. 



Discharged, (7.) 

Captain Lucius B. "Walkley, July 12, 1862. 

Captain Hosea C. Lombard, November 3, 1862. 

First Lieut. James L. Bacon, December 4, 1861. 

Fir>t Lieut. Chandler J. Woodward. June 19, 1862. 

Pint l.i.ut. David M. Chase, June 20, 1862. 

First Lieut. John W. Howland, R. Q. M., September 29, 1862, 

Surgeon Cyrus N. Chamberlain, May 14, 1663. 



Expiration of term of service, (1.) 
Second Lieut. David Moore, July 5, 1864. 



Promoted, (6.) 
Colonel Henry S. Briggs, July 17, 1862, to Brigadier General 

Vols. 

Colonel Henry L. Eustis, £23. }?., September 10* 1863, to 

Brigadier General vols. 
Captain Byron Porter, August 7, 1862, to Captain and A. A. G. 
Fir>t Lieut. Oliver Edwards, Adj't, September 6, 1862, to Col- 
onel 37th M vols. 

Rurgeon William Holbrook, July 21, 1862, to Bur- 
netts vols, 
ii Strgeon George Jewett, November 21, 1862, to Sur- 
geon 51st Massachusetts vols. 



Dismissed, (1L) 

Captain Ralph O. Ives, Septemb«r23, 1863. (Reinstated Feb- 
ruary 1, 1864.) ' 

Captain Thomas W. Clapp, November 25, i862. 

Captain Joseph K. iS'eweO, November 25, 1862. 

Captain Samuel C. Trover, November 25, 1862. 

First Lieut. Hiram A. Keith. November 25, 1862. 

First Lieut. Joseph H. Bennett, November 25, 1862. 

First Lieut. Lorenzo M. Remington, November 27, 1862. 

Second Lieut. George E. Hagar, November 25, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Edwin E. Moore, December 7, 1862. 
j Second Lieut. James Knox, December 7, 1862. 
i Second Lieut Henry E. Crane, December 17, 1862. 



* Absent, wounded, since May 12, 1864. 

t Mustered out of service September 19, 1864. 



11 a 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 
Albert B. Robinson 15 May, 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 
John H. Gilman 28 Mar., 63 

Chaplain. 
Francis B. Perkins 13 Nov. . 63 



Died, (10.) 

Major Dexter F. Parker, May 12, 1862, in hospital, at Fred- 
ericksburg, Va. 
Major Ozro Miller, July 1, 1862, at Richmond, Va., of wounds 

receive in action. 
Captain Edwin E. Day, killed in action, Fair Oaks, Va., May 

31, 1862. 
Captain Elisha Smart, killed in action, Fair Oaks, Va., May 

3f, 1862. 
Captain James H. Weatherell, January 20, 1864, in hospital, 

Georgetown, D. C. 
First Lieut. William A. Ashley, killed in action May 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. Alanson E. Minyan, May 12, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 
First Lieut. Edwin B. Bartlett, killed in action May 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Beujamin F. Leeland, June 2, 1862, of wounds 

received in action at Fair Oaks. 
Second Lieut. Alfred W. Medgley, May 12, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 



NOTE.— The roster of offieers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



163 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF) 
(This regiment was organized at Bos- 
ton, Mass., June 13, 1861, to serve 
three years. On the expiration of 
its term of Bervice, the original 
members, except veterans, were 
mustered out. The veterans and re- 
cruit-;, together with the veterans 
and recruits of the 16th Massachu- 
• nunteers, which were trans- 
ferred to this regiment July 11, 
1861, were con.-olidated into a 
battalion of seven companies and 
retained in service until July 14, 
1865, when mustered out in accord- 
ance with orders from the War De- 
partment.) 

"FIRST BULL RUN." "YORMTOWN," 
"WILLIAMSBURG," "FAIR OAKS," 
"SAVAGE STATION," "GLEND ALE, " 
"MALVERN HILL," "BRISTOW 
STATION," "SECOND RUM. RUN," 
"CHAN LILLY." "FREDERICKS- 

BURG," "CHANCELLOKSVILLE." 
" GETTYSBURG," "KELLKY'S 

FORD," "LOCUST GROVE," "WIL- 
DERNESS," "SPOTTSYLV AM A." 

"NOKIU ANNA, rOLOPOTOMOY," 

'COAL HARBOR," "PETERSBURG," 
"STRAWBERRY PLAINS," "DEEP 
BOTTOM." "POPLAR SPRING 

CHURCH," "BOYDTON ROAD." 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Thomas H. Dunham 29 June, 65 

Major. 

James F. Mansfield 11 July, 65 

Captains. 

Josiah L. Chapin 4 Jan., 65 

David Linnehain 4 Jan., 

Frank McQuade 4 Jan. , 

Thomas E. Batt 16 May, 

First Lieutenants. 

W. H. Brown, R. Q. M.A2 May. 64 
Michael Boucher, Adjt.. 13 Sept., 

Marcus M. Cowdrey 23 Nov., 64 

George B. Smith 4 Jan., 65 

William H. Wheeler .... 4 Jan., 
John W. Tufts 16 May, 

Seconal Lieutenants. 

Robert D. Leary 21 Jan. , 65 



Casualties. 



' Resigned, (5.) 

Captain Luther Dame. May 15, 1862. 
Captain Leonard Gordon, 'February 6, 1863. 
First Lieut Timothy Teaffe, January 8. 1862. 
FirNt Lieut. Joseph P. Myers, August 10, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William H. II. Joy, January 8, 1862. 
Discharged, (29.) 

Colonel George Clark, jr., October 11, 1861. 
Lieut. Colonel ChBrieu C. Rivers, June 16*. 1865. 
Captain John W. Butters, September 13, 1861. 
Captain McClelland Moore, in October, 1861. 
Captain Benjamin F. Wright, November 28, 1861. 
Captain John II. Davis, Mav 20. 1862. 
Captain Seidell Page. July 2. i- J. 
Captain Henry X. Blake, June 11, 1864. 
Captain Charles Colburn, June 17, 1864. 
Captain Putin A. White, November 2, 1864. 
Captain Edgar F>. Page, April 18, 1865. 
Captain William R. Bennett, May 15,1865. 
Fir.-t Lieut. Frank J. I^akin, December 12, 1861. 
First Lieut. Malcolm Graham, January 16, 1862. 
First Lieut. Brownell Granger, February 19. 1862. 

at Simon P. Currier, March 12. 1863. 
Flint Lieut Thomas MeLellau, February 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry Heath, March 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry Harrington, May 15, 1865. 
Firr-t Lieut. John L. Parker, June 1, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John Tony Sweet, August 21, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Charles Dtloid, September 12, 1861. 
Second Lieut. John II. Whitten, March 5, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William II. Roberts, May 8, 1862. 
Second Lieu; (aliff, August 31, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Charles McDonald, May 27, 1865. 
Surgeon John A. DonglaM, October 11, 1864. 
Aastttaat Surgeon Alfred G. Williams, August 12, 1862. 
Chaplain Elisha F. Watson, February 24, 1864. 



Expiration of term of service, (5.) 

Major James W. McDonald, June 24, 1864. 
Captain Hairy S. Cutting, October 7, 1864. 
Captain Richard T. Lombard, October 10, 1864. 
First Lieut. William Tea-ffe, Adft, October 8, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Samuel A. Wood, January 13, 1865. 



Promoted, (4.) 

Second Lieut. Henry Page, February 15, 1863, to Captain and 
A. Q. M. 

Surgeon Luther V. Bell, August 17, 1861, to Brigade Surgeon. 

Surgeon Ira Russel, April 22, 1862, to Surgeon United States 
vols. 

Asjistant Surgeon Samuel C. Whittier, June 29, 1864, to Sur- 
geon 23d Massachusetts vols. 



Dismissed, (5.) 

Captain John F. Devereaux, September, 1863. 
Captain William C. Allen, May 24, 1864. 
First Lient. William A. Clarke, September 6, 1861. 
First Lieut. William E. Farvvell, November 3, 1863. 
Second Lieut. William Young, March 4, 1863. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 



Cyrus B. Smith. 



.15 Mar., 65 



Assistant Surgeon. 
Thomas Crozier, a. w. m. 

Chaplain. 



Died, (13.) 

Colonel William Blaisdell, (Brevet Brigadier General, June 

23, 1864,) killed in action at Petersburg, Va., June 23. 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel George F. Tileston, killed in action August 29, 

1862. 
Captain Benjamin Stone, jr., September 10, 1862, of wounds 

received at Bull Run. Va. 
Captain Edwin Humphrey, July 3, 1863, of wounds received 

in action at Gettysburg, Pa. 
Captain Albert M. Gammel, killed by accident at Chelsea, 

Mass., while on leave of absence, December 16, 1863. 
Captain David A. Granger, October 27, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action. 
Captain Alexander McTavish, killed in action at Boydton 

Plank Road, Va., October 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. Thomas G. Bowdin, in October, 1861, of wounds 

received in action. 
First Lieut. William R. Porter, killed in action August 29, 1862, 

at Bull Run. 
First Lieut. Alonzo Coy, R. Q. M., committed suicide. Sept. 20, 

1862. 
First Lieut. John L. Harris, killed in action May 3, 1863, at 

Chancellorsville. , 

First Lieut. John Munn, May 4, 1863, of wounds received at 

Chancellorsville, Va. 
Second Lieut. William B. Mitchell, July 31, 1863, of wounds 

received at Gettysburg. 

Missing, (15.) 



Lieut. Colonel Porter D. Tripp, since April 30, 1864. 
Captain Frank R. Josslyn, in action at Gettysburg since 

July 2, 1863. 
Captain John C. Robertson, since April 30, 1864. 
Captain William V. Monroe, since April 30, 1864. 
Captain Walter N. Smith, since April 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. Melzan Dunbar, jr., since June 13, 1861. 
First Lieut George Forrest, R. Q. M., *ince April 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. David C. Williamson, since April 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. William B. Morrill, since April 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. John Shea, since April 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. Levi S. Russell, since June 30, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Frank Hayes, since June 13, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Jacob Remie, July 2, 1863. 
Surgeon John W. Foye, April 23, 1863. 

Cashiered, (2.) 

Captain James R. Bigelow, April 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut John Glassel, December 18, 1862. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



165 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Boston, Mass., Jane 26, 1601, to 
serve three yearn. It was mustered 
out July 8, 1864, by reason of ex- 
piration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles In which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

James L. Bates 19 Sept, 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Benjamin F. Cook 20 June, 64 

Major. 

Edward P. Reed, a. v>. m. 

Captains. 

Charles W. Hastings ... .10 Aug., 62 

Charles T. Packard 20 Aug., 

Edwin Hazel 21 

Andrew J. Oarey 90 Jan., 63 

Francis B. Pratt 7 Mar., 

Alpheus K. Harmon 12 Mar., 

Charles C. Wehrum 1 April, 64 

N.Arnold 20 June, 

Jonathan B. Whitman. ..20 June, 

First Lieutenants. 

Edward F. Pierce 26 June, 61 

Loring W. Muzzey 5 Aug., 62 

John II. Rumell 1 Nov., 

Geo. E. Muzzey, R. Q. M. 7 Dec, 63 

Royal M.Mason 1 

Edward Lewis 14 Dee., 

James A. A lieu 21 Dec. , 

Cornelius Batchelder 20 June, 64 

Frank A. Lancaster 24 June, 

Second Lieutenants. 

James B. Sampson 16 Jan. , 63 

Surgeon. 

William H. W. Hinds ... 9 July, 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Cljarles A. Wheeler 20 Dec, 62 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (11.) 

Major Daniel G. Handy, July 22, 1863. 
Captain Alexander Hichborn. April 6, 1862. 
Captain Edward C. Saltmarsh, May 1, 1862. 
First Lieut. David Wood, IL Q. M, May 16, 1862. 
First Lieut. Samuel Applr'on. October 10. 1863. 
First Lieut. George H. French, October 28, 1863. 
Second Lieut. George B. Drake, August 5, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Hiram W. Cap. land, June 14, 1862. 
Second Lieut. MttrcUM M. Loud, December 30, 1862. 
Chaplain Edward L. Clark. June 16, 1862. 
Chaplain Israel Washburn, May 26, 1863. 

Discharged, (14.) 

Lieut. Colonel Timothy M. Br.vanXt!!!. \3., Oct. 7, 1862. 

Captain Ira Blanehard, June 24, 1862. 

Captain George W. Murch, July 27, 1862. 

Captain Era-tus L. Clark, February 8, 1864. 

Captaiu J. Otis Williams. June 11, 1884 • 

First Li.ut. Chester Clark. June 23, 1862. 

First Lieut. Frederick U. Shattuck, July 6, 1862. 

First Lieut. Gilman Saunders, September 10, 1862. 

First Lieut Thomas 1'. Haviland, Ad'ft. March 8, 1863. 

Lieut. Calvin Walker, July 18, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Harlan P. Beuuett, October 2, 1883. 
Second Li. 'in. George A. Whitman, April 1*. 1864 
Surgeon John McLean Ilaywnrd, April 22, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon* John II. McGregor, September 2, 1863. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Surg. Jedediah H. Baxter, April 17, 1862, to Brigade Surgeon. 

Died, (17.) 

Colonel Fletcher Webster, killed August 30, 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel David Allen, jr., killed in action May 5, 1864. 

Major Llisha Burbauk, November 30, 1862, of wounds. 

Captain Nathaniel B. Shurtleff. killed August 9, 1862. 

Captaiu Richard H. Kimball, killed August 30, 1862. 

Captain John Ripley, December 21, 1862, of wounds received 
in action at Cedar Mountain. 

Captain John S. Stottard. killed in action May 10, 1864. 

First Lieut. William G. White, killed at Antietara, Md., Sep- 
tember 17, 1863. 

First Lieut. Lymnder F. Cushing, killed at Antietam Sep- 
tember 17, 1862. 

Fin* Lieut. Arthur Dchon, killed December 13, 1862. 

First Lieut. Francis Thomas, killed in action at Gettysburg, 
Pa., July 1, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles G. Russell, killed July 1, 1863. 

First Lieut. William Robinson, May 14, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action. 

First Lieut. David B. Burrell, killed in action May 24, 1864. 

Secoud Lieut. George W. Orne, October 8, 1662. 

Second Lieut. Edward J. Kidder, killed in action May 10, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Albert A. Kendall, killed in action at An- 
tietam, Md., September 17, 1862. 

Deserted, (1.) 

First Lieut. Warren Thompson, September 25, 1862. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



166 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



THIRTEENTH REGDIENT. 

(This regiment was organized at "Bos- 
ton, Mass., from July 16, 1861, to 
August 1,1861, to serve three years; 
It was mustered out of service Au- 
gust 1, 1864, by reason of expira- 
tion of teun.) 

(The official list of battles in which, 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Sainual H. Leonard 16 July, 6 1 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles H. Hovey 10 May, 64 

Major. 

Elliot C.Pierce 10 May, 64 

Captains. 

William H. Carey 30 Dec, 62 

Oliver C. Livermore 1 May, 63 

Jucob A. Howe 19 Sept, 

William B. Kimball 8 Dec, 

Oscar F. Morse 10 Jan., 64 

Thomas R. Wells 7 June, 

'David Whiston, a. w. m. 
William S. Dainrell, a. w. in. 
Morton Tower, a. w. m. 
Harry N. Washburne, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

David H. Bradlee, Adj'tA6 July, 61 
George E. Craig, ft Q. 3/.16 July, 

Melvin S. Smith 5 Nov., 62 

Robert B. Henderson 19 Sept., 63 

*Charles E. Homo 20 April, 64 

Edward F. Rollins 1 May, 

Edward F. Cody 9 June, 

Robert M. Armstrong ... 9 June, - 

Francis H. Stowe 9 June, 

William R. Warner, a. w. m. 
Samuel E. Carey, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 

Allston W. Whitney ... .16 July, 61 

Assista?it Surgeon. 

Lloyd W. Hixon 3 Mar., 63 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 

Captain William B Blackmer, November 7. 1861. 
Captain Charles R. M. Pratt, Januarv 30, 1862. 
Captain David L. Brown, March 3, 1864. 

Discharged, (32.) 

Lieut. Colonel N. Walter Batchelder. April 15, 1864. 

Major J. Parker Gould, April 24, 18r>4. 

Captain William L. Clark, July 24, 1862. 

Captain James A. Fox, August 5. 1862. 

Captain Henry Whitcomb, November 29. 1862. 

Captain EdTrin W. Fisk, December 29. 1862. 

Captain Samuel A. NeaJ, February 1. 1863. 

Captain Joseph S. Carey February 26, 1863. 

Captain Augustine Harlow, August 3, 1863. 

Captain Abrl H. Pope. October 3, 186U. 

Captain John G. Hovey, January 7, 1864. 

Captain Moses P. Palmer. March 9, 18ti4. 

First Lieut. Perry D. Chamberiin. February 11, 1862. 

First Lieut. John W. Sanderson, July 22 

First Lieut. William B. Bacon. August 11. g 

First Lieut. Augustus N. Sampson, November 4. 1863. 

First Lieut. Loring S. Richardson, January 8. 1863. 

First Lieut. Wdliain H. Jackson March 5. 1863. 

First Lieut. Thomas J. Little, March 21, 1863. 

First Lieut. John H. Foley, March 29, 1863. 

First Lieut. Michael J. Dagney, March 7, 1864. 

First Lieut. Samuel C. Whitney. April 10, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Francis Jenks, April 30. 1862. 

Second Lieut. Edwin R. Frost. July 22, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Charles B. Fox, February 15, 1S63. 

Second Lieut. William A. Alley, October 12. 18(13. 

Second Lieut. James Gibson, November 9, 1863. 

Assistant Surseon Theodore J. Heard, May 1, 1862. 

Assistant Surgeon William W. Clajlin, December 1, 18(12. 

As>istant Surgeon James L. Harriman, January 30, 1863, 

Assistant Surgeon Edgar Parker. September 18, 18G3. 

Chaplain Noah M. Gaylord, March 12, 1863. 

Promoted, (5.) 

Captain John Kurtz, October 5, 1861, to Lieut. Colonel, 23d 
regiment Massachusetts vols. 

Captain Robert C. Schriber, April 1, 1862, to Major, 1st regi- 
ment Marylaud cav. 

Captain Joseph C-dburn, October 29, 1863, to Major, 59th 
regiment Massachusetts vols. 

First Lieut. Charles F. Morse. August 30, 18G2, to Captain and 
C. S. 

Second Lieut. Sigourney Wales, May 29, 1863, to Captain, 
55th regiment Massachusetts vols.ul a. d. 

Died, (4.) 

Captain George H. Bush, killed iu action at Chancellorsvi!!e 
Va., April 30, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles W. Whitcomb. killed in action at Spot- 
sylvania, Va., May 8. ! - * 

Second Lieut. William CordweU, killed in action at Chance- 
lorsville. Va.. April 30, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Joseph H. Stuart, May 10, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action. 

Deserted, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Walter H. Judson, October 10, 1862. 



* Prisoner of war. 
Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



167 



•FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment wa8 organized at 
Worcester, Mass., from July 12, 
1861, to August 7. 1861. for three 
years. The original members (non- 
veterans') wrre mustered out of ser- 
vice July 28, 1864. and the veterans 
and recruits transferred to the 2Uth 
Massachusetts infantry.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this reigment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
George C. Joslin 1 May, 63 

Major. 
J. Harris Hooper 1 May, 63 



Captains. 

Walter Gale 28 Oct., 62 

Albert PriDce M Nor., 

SamuelJ. Fletcher 16 1 

George W. Brown 16 

Willbun R. Wheelock. .. 8 Dec, 

David M. Earle 8 Dec, 

James May 10 Dec, 



First Lieutenants. 

William R. Steele 1 May 63 

Amable Beandry 16 Oct., 

Nelson V. Stanton, Adft, 16 Oct., 

Joshua Freeman 17 

jThomax J. Hastings 23 Oct., 

We. Bixbv.jr.. R. Q. M. ~ 
D;miel W. Knight 8 Dec, 



Second Lieutenants. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (30.) 

Lieut. Colonel Chase Philbrick, April 16, 1863. 
Captain Sardus 8. Sloan, January 21, 1862. 
Captain Jeremiah E. Green, October 23, 1862. 
Captain Leonard Wood, January 20, 1863. 
Captain Charles EL Watson, January 21, 1863. 
Captain George W. Rockwood, January 25, 1863. 
C'Hptain Church Hove, April 11, 1863. 
Captain Edwin P. Woodard, July 28, 1863. 
Captain Edward J. Russell, September 20, 1863. 
Captain Henry S. Tafft, November 26, 1863. 
First Ueut. Barnard B. Vassell, August 4. 1861. 
First Lieut. Andrew L. Fuller, October 12, 1861. 
First Lieut. Newell K. Holden, April 27, 1862. 
First Lieut. William B. Storer, R. Q. M., April 29, 1862. 
First Lieut. Edwin B. Staples, July 19, 1862. 
First Lieut. William G. Waters, March 9, 1863. 
First Lieut. Henry G. Bigelow, August 28, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Frank W. PoUey, January 16. 1862. 
Second Lieut. James N. Johnson, January 16, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Stephen L. Kearnev, January 16, 1862. 
Second Lieut. James Taft, July 17, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Lvman Doane, July 23, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John S. Hall. January 10, 1863. 
Second Lient. George W. Boulster, "March 8, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Albirt S Smith, March 27, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Frederick Bullard, March 29, 1863. 

I Lieut. Henry C. Ward, Augnst 24, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Jofln E. Norcross, September 6, 1863. 

1 Lieut. Charles M. Murry, September 25, 1863* 
Chaplain William G. Scandlin, August 9, 1862. 

Discharged, (7.) 

Captain Walter Forehand, October 9, 1862. 

Captain Amos Bartlett, January 7, 1863. 

Captain Adoniram J. Bradley, November 22, 1863. 

Captain Charles EL Eager, February 4, 1864. 

First Lieut. Joseph M. Goddard, October 26, 1862. 

First Lieut. Plincy M. George, April 17, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Charles M. Batchelder, December 28, 1863. 

Promoted, (6.) 

Colonel Charles Devens, April 15, 1862, to Brigadier General 
of v< 

Lit ut. Colonel John TV Kimball, December 3, 1862, to Colonel 
53d Massachusetts vols. 

Captain Henry Bowman, August 6, 1862, to Major 34th 
Msnsachusofta 

Captain John M. Studley, November 4, 1862, to Lieut. Colonel 
51st Massachusetts vols. 

First Lieut. George A. Hicks, Adft, November 16, 1861, to 
Captain and A. A. G. 

First Lieut. George W. Baldwin, Adft, June 30, 1862, to Cap- 
tain and A. A. G. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

Captain Lyman H. Ellingwood. March 12, 1864. 
Surgeon Joseph N. Bates, July 17, 1862. 
| Assistant Surgeon Henry Rockwood, September 17, 1863. 

*For 14th regiment see 1st regiment heavy artillery. 

tPrisoner of war at date of muster out of regiment, mustered out August 9, 1864. 

;Prisoner of war at date of muster out of regiment, mustered out March 11, 1865. 



1G8 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 

F. Le Baron Munroe 19 Jan., 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Theodore O. Cornish 11 Aug., 62 



Died, (15.) 

Colonel George H. Ward, July 2, 1863, of wounds received 

at Gettysburg, Pa. 
Captain Moses W. Gatchell, killed in action October 21, IPfil. 
Captain Clark S. Simonds, killed in action September 17, 1862. 
Captain Richard Derby, killed in action September 17, le62. 
Captain John Murkland, killed in action July 2, 1863. 
Captain Hans P. Jorgenson, killed in action July 3, 1863. 
First Lieut. Nelson Bartholomew, November 22, 1861, of 

disease, at Philadelphia. 
First Lieut. Thomas J. Spurr. killed in action September 17 

1862. 
First Lieut. Frank S. Corbin, killed in action September 17 

1862. 
First Lieut. Charles H. Stevens, killed in action October 15 

1863. 
First Lieut. Dwight Newbury, Adj't, killed in action Noverii 

ber27, 1863. 
First Lieut. George B. Simonds, killed in action May 10, 1864, 
Second Lieut. J. Willie Grout, killed in action October 21 

1861. 
Second Lieut. Elisha G. Buss, July 23, 1863, of wounds re 

ceived at Gettysburg, Penu. 
Surgeon S. Foster Haven, killed in action December 13, 1862. 

Transferred, (3.) 

Captain Henry T. Dudley, July 12, 1864, to 20th Massa- 
chusetts vols. 

First Lieut. George O. Wilder, July 12, 1864, to 20th Massa- 
chusetts vols. 

First Lieut. William J. Coulter, July 12, 1864, to 20th Massa- 
chusetts vols. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



169 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Bos- 
ton Mao., from June 29, 1861, to 
July 12, 1661, to serve three years. 
It \va> mustered out of service July 
27, lc64, by reason of expiration of 
term.) 



(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel 



Major. 
Samuel W. Richardson.. 28 Nov , 62 



Captains. 

Thomas O. Hare 12 July, 61 

Matthew Douavan 26 Sept., 

Cassander Flagg 23 Jul v, 62 

John Rowe 1 - 

Otii Hoyt I - 

Capelli 22 Dec, 

Richard T. Lombard 29 Mar., 64 

Henry S. Nutting 30 Max., 



First Lieutenants. 



C. F. Copeland. It. Q. M.18 July, 
M. S. Fof-ter, jr., Adj't... 1 Oct, 

William Meillett 1 Sept., 

Hiram Snow , 

Charles Rupert 24 Feb., 

John P. King 30 Mar., 

William Ross 6 Apr., 



63 



Second Lieutenants. 
Isaac H. Pinkham 4 June, 63 



Surgeon. 
Charles C. Jewett 1 Aug., 61 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (29.) 

Colonel Gardner Banks, September 4, 1863. 
Lient. Colonel George A. Meachum, Julv 22, 1862. 
Lieut. Colonel Daniel S. Lainson. September 29, 1862. 
Captain Patrick S. Proctor. September 87, 1861. 
Captain James M. Mason, July 5, 1862. 
Captain Henry C. Lyndlv. December 28. 1862. 
Captain John'Wii.v. 2d, August 26. 1863. 
Captain William A" Amory. December 11. 1863. 
First Lieut. William H. H. Hinds. November 9, 1861. 
First Lieut. Will.am A. Smith, Februarv 28, 1862. 

it. Edwaid M. Livennore, R. Q. M.. July 7, 1862. 
First Lieut. Samuel McKeever, August 10, \i 
First Lieut. George H. Howard, August 10, 1862. 

it. Charles II. MajO, August 10, 1862. 
Fir.-t Lieut. Stephen Augu.«t 10, 1862, 

First Lieut. James Oliver. November 4, 1862, 
First Lieut. If'iLiam Metralf. December 28. i 
First Lieut. Frank W. Hilton. January 11, 1863. 
First Lieut. Thomas J. Langhj. April 3, 1863. 
First Lieut. John B. Brown, October 31, 1863. 
First Lieut. Benjamin A. Briges. November 3, 1863. 
Lieut Henry A. Harris. December 19, le6J. 
i Lieut. John Eaton, March 1. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Peyton E. Tucker, September 21, 1862. 
Second Lieut. James B. Thompson, November 4, 1862, 
Second Lieut. Morris Roche. December E 

1 Lieut. Charles S. Sherrin. Jn; 
Chaplain Arthur B. Fuller, December 10, 1- 
Chaplain Charles W. Homer, May 19, 1863. 

Discharged, (4.) 

Captain Henry T. Lairson. January 9, 1864. 
Captain Frank W. Hilton. Juue 17, l£ 
Fir>t Lieut. Hugh Boyd, February 13. 
First Litut. Joseph H. Chase, April o, lfc64. 

Promoted, (2.) 

• Surgeon Edward A. Whiston, March 24, 1863, to 
fjurgeou l>t Massachuser- 

- orge King, March 21, 1864, to Surgeon 
29th Massachusetts vols. 

Died, (16.) 

Colonel Powell T. Wyman, CS. 13., killed in action at Glen- 
dale, June 30, 1- 
Lieut. Colonel Waldo Merriam, killed in action May 12, 1864. 
Captain Alexander Dallas,' killed at Chancellorsville, May 

3, 1863. 
Captain David W. Roche, killed at Gettysburg. July 2, 1863. 
Captain Leunder G. King, killed in action at Gettysburg, July 

2. If 
Captain Charles R. Johnson, July 17, 1863, of wounds received 

at ( Jetty sburg. 
Captain Joseph S. Hills, killed in action at Wilderness, May 

6. 1664. 
First Lieut. Francis P. H. Rogers, killed at Fair Oaks, June 

]8. 1SG2. 

at James R. Darrecott, killed at Bull Run, August 

29. 1862. 
Fir^t Lieut. George F. Brown, killed at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. 
First Lieut. John U. Woodfin, killed at the Wilderness, May 

6, 1664. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 

Thomas Crozicr 7 May. 

Chaplain. 



Second Lieut. Hiram B. Banks, killed at Bull Run, August 

29, 1862. 

63 Second Lieut. George S. Evans, November 11, 1862, of disease. 

rid Lieut. James E. Sharp, killed accidentally, March 19, 

1863. 

Second Lieut. Hiram Rowe. May 10, 1863, of wounds received 

at Chancel lorsville. 
Second Lieut. Samuel G. Savage, May 11, 1863, of wounds 
received at Chancellorsville. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Lathrop "Wight, November 25, 1861. 

Transferred, (3.) 

Colonel Thomas B. Tannatt, CUT. V , B. 3.. Dec. 28, 1862, to 

1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. 
First Lit-ut. Frank MeQuade, July 11, 1864, to 11th Massachu- 
setts Battalion. 
"First Lieut. James F. Mansfield, July 11, 1864, to 11th Massa- 
chusetts Battalion. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



171 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
LynuuVd. Mass.. July -■>, ISnl. to 
luce years. The original 
members (non-veterans) were mus- 
tered out of service August 3. 1864 ; 
and the organization, composed ol| 
veterans and recruits, retained in 
service uutil July 11, 1865. when 
mustered out in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 



The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this regiment 
bore an honorable part yet pub- 
lished in orders : 

"BISLAND," "PORT HUDSON." 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry Splaine 19 Dec, 64 

Major. 
William W. Smith 4 Mar., 65 

Captains. 

John E. Mullally 13 May, 64 

splaine 9 Feb., 65 

Charles O Fellows 11 Feb., 

- 11. Keeuan 27 Feb., 

Joseph A.Moore 4 Mar., 

H-nry B. Webber 4 Mar., m 

Lewk Cann 4 Mar , 

Enoch F. Tompkins 22 April, 

First Lieutenants. 

Horace Dexter, R. Q. 3/19 Jan., 65 
James H. Stuart, Adj't.. 4 Mar., 

Malcolm Sillars 4 Mar., 

Henry G. Hyde 4 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 

James Smith 20 Dec, 64 

Edward P. Cotting 4 Mar., 65 

Eben Symonds 4 Mar., 

Uriah Robertson 4 Mar. , 

Timothy Ilawkes 20 April, 

Orriu B. (Jooley 21 April, 

Surgeon. 
Daniel F. Allen 18 Mac , 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (23.) 

Captain Sidney C. Bancroft. December 21. 18(1. 

Captain George. II. Morrill. January 10. 1862. 

Captain David F. Brown, January 30, 1862. 

First Lieut Robert B. Bancroft. December 12, 1861. 

First Lieut. Thomas W. Foster, January 10, 1862. 

First Lieut. Michael Burns, January 20, 1862. 

First Lieut. James S. Hammond, Hay 15, 1862. 

First Lieut. James Maroney. July 30, 1362. 

First Lieut. Paul B. Pray, August 9. 18 

First Lieut. Hmry Poor, December 23, 1862. 

First Lieut. JViliiam H. Turner. April 25, 1863. 

First Lieut. Ezckirl F. Mann. May 16. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Robert W. McCourt, November 2, 1861. 

Second Lieut. Benjamin F. Chesley. December 27. 1861. 

Second Lieut. Alfred M. Channel!.* January 20. 1862. 

Second Lieut. Henry W. Oliver. February 8, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Thomas W. Goodwin, February 11, 1862. 

Second Lieut. George T. Russell, September 24, 1362. 

Second Lient. Charles Morse. March 23. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Andrew Cook. April 26, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Henry T. Merritt. May 11, 1863. 

Chaplain William D. Haley, May 30. 1862. ^ 

Chaplain IVilliam P. Colby, November 2, 1863. 



Discharged, (6.) 

Major Jones Frankle, December 28. 1863. 
Captain Nehemiah P. Fuller. July 28, 1863. 
Captain John K. Lloyd, March 12, 1865. 
First Lieut. Thomas F. Newton, November 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Joseph W. Day, March 11. 1865. 
First Lieut. John B. Hill, March 15, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (19.) 

Lient. Colonel John F. Fellows, August 18, 1864. 

Major Luther Day, August 3, 1864. 

Captain Joseph R. Simonds, August 3, 1864. 

Captain Michael C. McNamara, August 3, 1864. 

Captain George W. Kenny, August 3, 1864. 

Captain Enoch F. Tompkins, August 3, 1864. (Recommis- 
sioned.) 

Captain Ivory H. Richardson, August 3, 1864. 

First Lit ut. Henry A. Cheerer, Adj't, August 3, 1864. 

First Lieut. Horace Dexter, R Q. M., August 3, 1864. (Re- 
commissioned.) 

First Lieut. Charles O. Fellows, August 3, 1864. (Reconi- 
missioned.) 

First Lieut. Linus B. Cornins, jr., August 3, 1864. 

First Lieut. Philip C. Mason, August 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Daniel L. Gctchell, August 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Sylvanus M. Sorereen, August 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Samuel G. Roberts, August 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. James Inmau, August 3, 1864. 

Surgeon Isaac F. Galloupe, August 3, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Charles G. A. Eayrs, August 3, 1864. 

Promoted, (4.) 
First Lieut. Robert Harris, R. Q. M., December 20, 1862, to 

as. 

First Lieut. Archibald Bogle, May 20, 1863, to Major 35th U. 
S. C. T. 



172 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 



Chaplain. 



First Lieut. Edward T. Parkinson, July 7, 1863, to Captain 

and A. A. G. of vols. 
Assistant Surgeon W. II. "W. Hinds, May 26, 1863, to Surgeon 

12th Massachusetts vols. 



Died, (4.) 

Colonel Thomas J. C. Amory, IU. #., £. 3., October 7, 1864, 

at Beaufort, X. C, of disease. 
Captain Levi P. Thompson. September 20, 1862, of disease, 

at Newborn, N. C. 
First Lieut, George W. Tufts, October 27, 1861, of disease, 

at Baltimore, Md. 
First Lieut. Barnabus X. Mann, October 19, 1864, in prison, at 

Charleston, S. C. 



Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Thomas Weir. July 1, 1862. 

First Lieut. Jeremiah A. Greeley, January 4, 1864. 



Deserted, (1.) 
Assistant Surgeon George W. Clarke, December 23, 1864. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



173 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF.) • 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readville and Boston, Massachu- 
setts, fiom August 24, 1861, to 
January 14, 186*2, to serve three 
years. The original members were 
mustered out of service September 
2, 1864, and the remaining men 
consolidated with the 32d .Massa- 
chusetts volunteers, October 21, 
1864.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Captains. 



First Lieutenants. 
♦John A. Walsh 3 Feb. 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (20.) 

Lieut. Colonel Stephen Thomas, September 3, 1863. 

Captain Henry Onion, October 28, 1861. 

Captain William S. McFarlin, October 19. 1862. 

Captain John L. Spaulding. October 23. 

Captain Frederick D. Forrest, October 25. 1862. 

Captain William H. Winsor, March 15, 1863. 

First Lieut. James N. Sparrell, January lti, 1862. 

First Lieut. Woodbridge B. Howes, April 3. 

First Lieut. Cvrus M. Wheaton, April 3, 1862. 

First Lieut. Alvin E. Hall, July 16, 1862. 

First Lieut. Samuel H. Dugbee, October 20, 1862. 

First Lieut William M. Ingrakam, February 23, 1863. 

First Lieut. John E. Bird, April 5, 1863. 

First Lieut. Christopher C. Hanley, November 10, 1863. 

First Lieut. Joseph C. Ayer, December 18, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William V. Smith, June 11, 1863, 

Second Lieut. Albert W. Sturdy, April 22, 1863. 

A>-Nrant Surgeon Abinl W. Xelzon, July 31, 1862. 

Qt Surgeon Joshua G. Wilbur, November 14, 1863. 
Chaplain Benjamin F. DeCosta, August 4, 1862. 

Discharged, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon Joseph W. Merriam, January 21, 1863. 

Expiration of term of service, (22.) 

Lieut. Colonel William B. White, September 2, 1864. 

Major Thomas Weston, September 2, 1884. 

Captain Charles F. Edson, July 26, 1864. 

Captain Louis N. Tucker, September 2, 1864. 

Captain George M. Barnard, September 2, 1864. 

Captain James D. Orne, September 2, 1864. 

Captain Edward M. Onion, September 2. 

Captain Horatio N. Dallas, September 2, 1864. 

Captain Benjamin F. Meservey, September 2, 1864. 

Captain Luther S. Bent, October 4, 1864. (Brevet Major ; 

September 30, 1864.) 
First Lieut. Stephen C. Drew, September 2. 1864. 
First Lieut. Fisher A. Baker, Adj't, September 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. Timothy McCarty, September 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. John A. Pratt, September 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. William S. Walker, September 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. William W. Hemenway, September 2, 1864. 
First Lieut Sanford Almy, R. Q. M., September 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. George W. Smith, September 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. William C. Coburn, September 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. Amasa Guild, September 29, 1864. 
Surgeon William Holbrook, September 2, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Benjamin F. Hastings, September 2, 1864 

Promoted, (6.) 

Colonel James Barnes, U3. 3^., Nov. 29, 1862, to Brigadier 

General of vols. 
Colonel Joseph Hayes, May 12, 1864, to Brigadier General of 

vols. *«■ 

Lieut. Colonel Timothy Ingraham, August 18, 1862, to Colonel 

38th Massachusetts vols. 
Captain Stephen M. Weld, jr., December 25, 1863, to Lieut. 

Colonel 56th Massachusetts vols. 
Surgeon David P. Smith, January 2, 1862, to Surgeon U. S. 

vols. 
Assistant Surgeon Orlando Brown, January 4, 1862, to Sur-« 

geon 29th Massachusetts vols. 

Discharged October 21, 1864. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Second Lieutenants. 



Died, (11.) 

Captain Charles W. Carroll, filled at battle of Bull Run, Va., 
August 30, 1862. 

Captain George C Ruby, killed at battle of Fredericksburg, 
Va., December ID, 1862.. 

Captain Joseph VV. Collingwood, December 24, 1862, of 
wounds received at battle of Fredericksburg, Va. 

Captain William G. Hewina, killed at battle of Chancellors- 
ville, Va., May 3, 1863. 

Captain Charles F. Pray, killed in action at Bethesda Church, 
Va., June 3, 1864. 

First Lieut. George F. Hodges, Adft, January 31, 18G2, of 
disease. 

First Lieut. Warren D. Russell, killed at battle of Bull Run, 
Va., August 30. 1862. 

Second Lieut. John D. Isbcll, July 26, 1862, of disease at Har- 
rison's Landing, Va. 

Second Lieut. Pardon Almy, jr., killed at battle of Bull Run, 
Va., August 30, 1862. 

Second Lieut. James B. Hancock, killed at battle of Fredericks- 
burg, Va., December 13. 1862. 

Second Lieut. George F. Weston, January 5, 1864, of wounds 
received in action. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon Edicin F. Silcoz, January 6, 1863. 

Transferred, (3.) 

Captain Charles H. Drew, April 2, 1864, to Veteran Reserve 

Corps 
First Lieut Erastus W. Everson, December 10, 18G3, to Veteran 

Reserve Corps. 
First Lieut. James M. Pond, September 2, 1864, to 32d Ma^a- 

chusetts vols. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register, except those announced in General 
Orders, before the 31st of August, 1865. 
Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of consolidation. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY, 



175 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Lynnneld, Mass., August 28,l861,to 
three years. On the expira- 
tion of its term of service the origi- 
nal members (non-veterans) were 
mustered out, and the regiment, 
composed of veterans and recruits, 
retained in service untd June 30, 
1865, when mustered out, in accord- 
ance with orders from the War De- 
partment) 

"BALL'S BLUFF," "YORKTOYVN," 
"WEST POINT," "FA1K OAKS," 
"PEACH ORCHARD," "SW.\GK 
STATION," "WHI1E OAK SWAMP," 
'•MALVERN HILL," "SECOND BOLL 
RUN." -ANTIETAM," ' FREDE- 
RU K.-BURG," 'CHANCELLORS- 

V1LI.E," " GETTYSBURG," " BRIS- 
TOW STATION," 'MINE RUN," 
"WILDERNESS," " Sl'OITSYLVA- 
NIA." •TOLOPOTOMOY," "COAL 
HARBOR," -'PETERSBURG," 'DEEP 
BOTTOM," "REAMS STATION," 
"BOYDTONROAD." 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edmund Rice 27 July, 64 

Major. 

Morcena Dunn 1 Aug. 64 

Captains. 

William L. Palmer 1 Kay, 63 

{Brevet Lieut. Colonel 13 Mar." G5.) 

Lysander I. Hume 15 Dec, 63 

William E Barrows 22 Jan., 65 

{Brevet Major 9 April, 1~ 

Charles S. Palmer 21 Feb., 

Henry A. Homer 3 May, 

First Lieutenants. 

William Stone 17 Aug., 64 

Joseph Libbv :..17 Aug., 

D. J. M. A. Jewett, J?. Q.MA9 Sept., 

John P. Condon 

Edward N. Schoff 21 Oct., 

(Brevet Captain 9 April, 1805.) 

George M. Ritchie 21 Oct. , 64 

Joseph E. Hodgkins 23 Jan., 65 

John T. Ross 22 Feb., 

John T. Small 28 Mar., 

Melville Eggleston. A dj't. 22 June, 
Charles C. Filley, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenant. 

William H. Clark 8 June, 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (17.) 

Captain Moses P. Stamwood, October 28. 1861. 
Captain William H. Wilson, November 14,1861. 
Captain Joseph S. Todd, March 21, 1662. 
Captain Elijah P. Rogers. June 17, 1862. 
Captain James D. Russell, November 20, 1862. 
First Lieut. Christopher C. Sampson. October 3, 1861. 
First Lieut. Eugene Kelly. October 28, 1861. 
First Lieut. Samuel D. Hovey, November 28, 1861. 
First Lieut. John Hndges. jr., June 19, 1862. 
First Lieut. Levi Shaw, R. Q. M., September 10, 1864. 
PInrt Lieut. Albert Thorndike, November 13, 1602. 
First Lieut. Samuel S. Prime, January 21, 1863. 
First Lieut Warner W. Tiltou, November 23, 1863. 
Second Lieut. William II. Le Caire. November 1. 18G1. 
Second Lieut. James T. Lurvey, December 1, 1861. 
Second Lieut. George M. Barry, February 6, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Joseph W. Snellen, April 15, 1864. 

Discharged, (23.) 

Colonel Arthur F. Devereux, March 4, 1864. 
Captain Harrison G. O. Weymouth, April 4, 1863. 
Captain Charles U. Devereux, April 15, 1863. 
Captain Jamts H. Rice, July 10, 1663. 
Captain John P. Reynolds, November 13, 1863. 
Captain Jonathan F. Plimpton, December 12, 1863. 
Captain Isaac A'. Mini ecu, Mav 17, 1865. 
First Lieut. Oliver F. Briggg, R. Q. AT., July 8. 1863. 
Fiir-t Lieut. David T. Chubbuck, January 31, 1865. 
Fir>t Lieut. William M. Curtiss, March 12, ! - 
First Lieut William A.McGiunis. Mav 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. John G. B. Adams, May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut J. Frederick Ay town, Adj't, May 27, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Samuel Baxter, August 1 
Second Lieut. James B. Moore. March 27, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles P. Abbott, April If, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Ephraim A. Hall, jr., April 29, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Daniel J. Murphy, June 1, 1665. 
Surgeon J. Franklin Dyer, August 28, 1864. 

• Surgeon Benjamin F. Taft, March 14, 1863. 
A distant Surgeon Vestulan R Stone, May 11, 1863. 
Chaplain Joseph C. Cromack, February 13, 1862. 
Chaplain Ezra D. Win&low, December 12, 1863, 

Expiration of term of service, (6.) 

Lieut. Colonel Ansel D. Wass, Julv 27, 1864. 

Captain William A. Hill, August 28, 1864. 

Captain Eiisha A. Hinks, October 7, 1864. 

Captain William F. Rice, October 9, 1664. 

First Lieut. Thomas F. Winthrop, R. Q. M., October 6, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles S. Palmer, October 9, 1664. 

Promoted, (7.) 

Colonel Edward W. Hinks, November 29, 1862, to Brigadier 

General of vols. 
Captain John C. Chadwick, February 26, 1863, to Major87th 

regiment U. S. C. T. 
Captain Charles M. Merritt, June 19, 1864, to A. Q.M., with 

rank of Captain. 
Captain Henry A. Hale, June 30, 1864, to A. A. G., with rank 

of Captain. 



176 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 

Gustavus P. Pratt 5 Dec. , 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 

David W. Fulton 21 June, 65 

Chaplain. 



The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom med- 
als of honor have been awarded by 
the Secretary of War : 

Sergeant J. II. De Casto. 
Sergeant Daniel J. Murphy. 
Private Benjamin F. Falls. 
Private George W. Reed. 



Captain James G. C. Dodge, November 26, 1864, to Major 61st 

regiment Massachusetts vols. 
Fir:t Lieut. William R. Driver, June 4, 1864, to Captain and 

A. A. G. 
Assistant Surgeon JosiahW. Willard, November 10, 1862, to 

Surgeon 14th regiment Massachusetts vols. 



Died, (14.) 



June 



Major Henry J. How, killed in action at Glendale, Va. 
30, 1862. 

Captain George W. Batchelder, killed in action at Antietam, 
Md., September 17. 1862. 

Captain Dudlev C. Muinford, killed in action at Tolopotomy, 
Va.. May 31,*' 1864. 

Captain Isaac N. Boyd, killed in action March 23, 1865. 

First Lieut. David Lee, killed in action at Glendale, Va., June 
30, 1862. 

First Lieut. Edgar M. Ncwcomb, December 20, 1862, of 
wounds. 

First Lieut. Herman Donath, killed in action at Gettysburg, 
Pa., July 3. 1863. 

First Lieut. John J. Ferris, killed in action at Spottsylvania, 
Va., May 12. 1864. 

First Lieut. John B. Thompson, killed in action at Cold Har- 
bor, Va., June 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Charles B. Warner, killed in action at Fair 
Oaks, Va., June 25, 18£2. 

Second Lieut. Thomas Clajfee. killed in action at Fredericks- 
burg, Va., December 13. 1862. 

Second Lieut. Sherman S. Robinson, killed in action at Get- 
tysburg, Pa., July 3, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William H. Tibbitts, killed in action at Hatch- 
er's Run. Va., February 5. 1865. 

Assistant Surpeon John E. Hill, September 11, 1862, of wounds 
received at Fail-fax, Va. 

Dismissed, (5.) 

First Lient. Edward P. Bishop, March 5. 1863. 
Second Lieut, Michael A. McNamaia, Augusr 28, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Weelock, May 1, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Moses Shackley. November 12, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon William D. Knapp, December 2, 1863. 

Transferred, (3.) 

Captain Andrew Mahoney, July 19, 1863, to Veteran Reserve 

Corps. 
First Lieut. Win. Stone, July 28, 1863, to Vet. Reserve Corps. 
Second Lieut. Charles L. Merrill, August 30, 1863, to Veteran 

Reserve Corps. 

Missing, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Frederick Croffts, since October 7, 1862. 



NOTE 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before the 31st of August, 1865. 
Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY 



177 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
-. from Aug;: 
1861, to September 4. 1861 
three yean. < >n the expiration of its 
term of service the original mem- 
bers (except veterans) were mus- 
tered out. and the regiment, com- 
posed of veterans and recru itfl 
tained in service until July 16, 
:i it was mastered otit, in 
nrdanee with orders from the 
War Department.) 

"ball's bluff," •■yorktowv," 

"west point," "fair oaks," 

b 0r< hard," "sataoc 

.-T.w:<\." "OLKKDALB," "MAL- 
VKKN HILL," "CHAHTILLT," " AN- 
TTJCTAM, 1 

"CHAMCXLLORSYTLLK," "0«TTTS- 
BIKG.' - "BJOSTOTf BTATIOlf," 
"MINK HUN." "WTLD1 

•• ro uivKK." " SFOTTSTLVAHIA," 

"RORTH AW\." ''TOLOl 
HOT," "COAL BARBOR," "PX- 
TKRsBUKG," STRAWBERRT 

PLAIRS," "DEBT BOTTOM." 

•BOYDTO.V 
ROAD." 

Colonel. 

George N. Macv 5 Mav, 64 

(Bet. I 14 Aug., 1664.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Rufus P. Lincoln. . . r. . . .21 Mar., Go 

Major. 
John Kelliher 24 Dec, 64 

Captains. 

Albert B. Holmes 99 Mar., 64 

(Brevet Major March 13, 

B. Spencer 6 J 

-ky 12 8 

-.'1 Mar., 65 

Walter B. Smith 99 Mar. . 

First Lieutenants. 

George P. ( 'hase 25 July, 64 

: 

Charles Host. A'. Q. M ...90 An-. 
Edward B. Robins 1 i 

(Brevet Cap'ain April 9, 
i A. Rand 2 Dec, 

(Brevet Captain April 9, 1665.) 

Clement C. Moore 5 Dec. . 

Henr. Adj't.Al June, 65 

Carlton M. DeLand 21 June, 

George H. Packwood ..22 June. 
James O. Connor, a. v. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (13. ^ 

Colonel William R. Lee, December 17, If 62. 
Sweeny, October 3, 186L 
Captain Edward H. Walleaton, October 25, 1861. 
Captain John Herchenroeder, November 5, 1861. 
Captain A. IV. Bcckicitlt. March 29. 1862. 
Captain Charles L. Tilden, December 6, 1862. 

inHL W. T. Mali, jr., May 20, 1865. 
First Lieut. Henry Capen, October 1. I - 

it. John W. Le Barnes, March 23, 1862. 
First Lieut. Htnru If. StmrgiM, Jnly 8, 1862. 
Pint Lieut. Daniel Griffin. June | 
Second Lient Chari - I tober 16, 1861. 

Assistant Surgeon John G. Perry, July 25, 1864. 



Discharged, (38.) 

Colonel Francis W. Palfrey. April 13, 1863. 
Lieut. Colonel Arthur R- Curtis, May 99, lso5. 
Major MSSON W. T'jlir. June 92 
Captain Henry M. Treinlett, Au_- 
Captain William F. Banlett. Aiu 
Captain yorvood P. Hallmccll. April 11 
Captain James Marphy, ~>>3. 

I 

William II. Walker. April 96 
Captain Oliver W. Holmes, July 16, : - 
Captain William F. Perkins, November 4, 1864. 

. March 12. 
Captain Henry T. Dudley, March 25. 1£ 
Captain John W. Suinmerhayes, June o". 1665. (Brevet Major 

April 9, 16G5.) 
Captain Benjamin B. Pease. June 90, - 
First I. • Mitller. March 63, 

First Lieut. CkmrluL. l'Urson, Adft, September 25, 1662. 

B. Pury. October 4. 
First Lieut. Edward Halloicell, April 11. 
First Li iis. June 15, 

First Lieut. William R. Riddle, September 6, 1863. 

Lieut Charles Cowgill, February 10. 1864. 

Lient Nathan B. Ellis, July 20, 1864. 
ut. William F. Mdlon. July 25, 

W. R. Holland. July 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. F . K. Sheldon, January 17. 1865. 

Lieut Arthur Sedgwick, February 3, 1865. 
First Lieut. Charles W. Folsom, ft. Q. ft., March 6, 1865. 
First Lieut William J. Coulter, March 12, 1865. 
First Lieut. George Q. Wilder, May 15. 1865. 
First Lieut. Charles H. Baker. R. Q. 3/., June 2. 1865. 
First Lieut. William A. Waterman. June 17. 1865. 
First Lieut. George W. Leach. Adft, June 20. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Natha: September 8. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Samuel Willard. September 21, 1863. 
Surgeon Frederick W. Mercer. April 14. 1865. 
Surgeou Elisha M. White, June 22, 1865. 



Expiration of term of service, (1.) 



Surgeon Nathan Hayward, September 19, 1864. 



J2 a 



178 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 
Murdoek McGregor 26 May, 65 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Charles E. Inches 33 Apr., 65 

George E. Diusinorc 14 Apr., 

Chaplain. 



Promoted, (1.) 

Surgeon Henry Bryant, September 19, 1861, to Brigade Sur- 
geon. 

Dismissed, (4.) 

First Lieut, Henry F. Sander, March 20, 1863. 
First Lieut. I. Slocuni Milton, July 24, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Anton Hcrsaxcr. December 15. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Thomas J. Pousland, March 20, 1863. 

Died, (18.) 

Colonel Paul J. Revere. July 5, 1863. of wounds. 

Lieut. Colonel Ferdinand Dreher. April 30. 1863, of wounds. 

Major Henry L. Abbott, killed May G. 1864. 

Major Henry L. Patt n, September 10, 1864. of wounds. 

Captain Alois Babo, killed in action at Ball's Bluff, October 

21, 1861. 
Captain Charles F. Cabot, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 

Va., December 11. 1862. 
Captain Thomas McKay. October 5, 1863. 
First Lieut. James J. Lowell, July 6, 1862, of wounds re- 
ceived at battle of Malvern HUL 
First Lieut. Henry Hopes, killed in action at Gettysburg, 

Julv 3, 1863. 
First Lieut. Lansing E. Hibbard, killed May 10, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward Sturgis, killed May 10. 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry M. Bond, Adj't, May 20, 1864, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Rcnhold Wciscnhocft, drowned in action at 

Ball's Bluff, October 21, 1861. 
Second Lieut. William L. Putnam, October 22, 1861, of 

wounds received at Ball's Bluff. 
Second Lieut. L. F. Alley, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 

Va., December 13, 1862. 
Second Lieut. R. S. Beckwith, December 31, 1862, of wounds 

received at Fredericksburg; Va. 
Second Lieut. Sumner Paine, killed in action at Gettysburg 

July 3, 1863. 
Surgeon Edward II. R. Revere, killed at battle of Autietam 

September 17, 1862. 

Transferred, (5.) 

Captain Casper Crowninshield, November 28, 1861, to 1st 
-Ma>sachusetts cavalry. 

Captain George A. Schmitt, July 22, 1863, to Veteran Re 
Berve Corps. 

Captain Allen Sheppard, August 29, 1863, to Veteran Re 
serve Corps. 

Captain John C. Putnam, November 2, 1863, to Veteran Re- 
serve Corps. 

Assistant Surgeon Benjamin F. Taft, January 26, 1863, to 
19th Massachusetts vols. 

Missing, (1.) 

Captain Charles A. "VVhittier, since July, 1863. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



179 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

(DATTALIO.N OF.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
War 

1861 to August 19. 181 
three years. On the expiration of 
the original 
me:: 

nattered out. ami the veterans and 
".its consolidated into a battal- 
ion, which wan consolidated with 
the 36th Massachusetts volunteers 
October 21, 1864.) 

"ROANOKE ISLAND." *IHWB1 
- >ND BULL 1 
'•( HANITLLY." "SOUTH MfODlf- 
TAIN.' -.\MirT.lM," "FRKDK- 
BLUE SPK! 

SIXOI 

OF KNOXVILLE." •U-1LDHIN 

'• SPOTTSYLV WELDOV 

)\D," "POPLAR SPUING 

BKR'fl RClf," 

) AL HARBOR," 

"PETERSBURG." 



Casualties. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 



Captain. 
Charles W. Davis 3 Mar. 

First Lieutenants. 

Jonas R. Davis 11 Feb., 

liebermott I 

William 11. Sawyer 20 Feb., 

Second Lieutenants. 

AbnerR. Mo-t 2 Oct., 

William H. Morrow 2 Oct.. 



Assistant Surgeon. 



G3 



64 



04 



sned, (28.) 

Colonel William S. Clark. April 22. 1863. 

Colonel Georg. 

Lieut. Color :S62. 

Major Theodore S F 

Captain Benjamin F. Rogers. March 2 

Captain Frederick a, April 25, 1862. 

Captain George C. Hill, April 25 

Captain 

Captain Harrison Aldrich. Ap: 

Captain Addiaon A. Walker, May 13. 1862. 

Captain Janjtea M. Richardson. July 2 

Captain Peiham Brndl rd, July 21, 18 

1 d Woodbury Wliittrrnore. November 2. 

Captain Thoir. March. 7, 1863. 

Captain Char t. April 25. 1863. 

: ■ Davis, January 
First I. M. r..:k":. :;-:. March 3, 1862. 

' O. Lafcrrest, Jur 
llayward. July IS 
■oofca, jr., July 21. - 
First Lieut A rd. Adft, May 14. 1863. 

1 Lieut. John B. Williams, March 3, If 
Second Lieut. James W. Hopkins, January 11. 1363. 
Second Lieut. Joseph II. Wkiti y 23, 1863. 

B 

Stcond Lieut. Solomon S. Shunr 1863. 

Lieut. Stephen McCabe, M 

Discharged, (13.) 

Colonel Augn- 

CaDtain Wiliiam T 862. 

Captain Edward E. B ear 10, 1864. 

Fir>t Lieut. Theron E. Hall. Adft, February 12. 1862. 

I harles Barker, June 18. 
Pint Lieut. Wei's Willard, Adft, 0*ct. 

Fir.stL. I ictober 3, 1862. 

Fir>t Li.ut. Churl, s If. Pmrker, March 2, 1863. 
Lieut Joel W. Fletcher, May 12. 1862. 
Second Lieut. William E. Richardson, June 14. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Edwin F. 1 1663. 

Surgeon Calvin Cutter. M 
Chaplain George S. Ball, December 3, 1862. 

Expiration of term of service, (17.) 

Major Henry H. Richardson, August 30, 1864. 
Captain George C. Parker, August 30. 1364. 
Captain George P. Barker, August 30 
Captain Edwin R. L 30, 1804. 

Captain Solomon Hovey, jr., August 30. 1864. 
Captain Alfred T. Walcott. August 30, 1864. 
Fir^t Lieut. Henry 8. Hitchcock. AugUl 
Fii>t Lieut. Ge< rge F. Lawrence. August 30, 1804. 

odrich, August30, 1864. 
First Lieut. George M. Monroe. August 30. 1864. 
F:r?t Li I Cbainberlin, August 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. George H. Bean, An. 

?ust 30. 1804. 
Fir»t Lieut. Benjamin F. Fuller. R. Q.M.. August 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. George E. Day _ust 30, 1864. 

Surgeon James Oliver, Aagust 30, .1864. 

at Surgeon Edgar L, Carr, August 30, 1864. 



180 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Promoted, (3.) 

Assistant Surgeon Orrin "Warren, August 13. 1862, to Surgeon 
33d Massachusetts voluir 

Assistant Surgeon Joseph W. Hastings, May 5, 1863, to Sur- 
geon 33d Massachusetts vols. 

Assistant Surgeon John W. Mitchell, September 8, 1863, to 
Surgeon 4th U. S. C. T. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

Captain Thomas "Washburn. March 3, 1862. 
First Lieut George W. Gibson, June 5, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John Kelt, August 7, 1863. 

Died, (13.) 

Lieut. Colonel Joseph P. Rice, killed at Chantilly, Va., Sep- 
tember 1, 1862. 

Captain Ire Judson Kelton, September 25. 1862, of wounds 
received at Chantilly. Va. 

Captaiu John D. Frnzir, September 25. 1862, of wounds 
received at Chantilly. Va. 

Captain Charles Goss, killed in action at Petersburg. Va., 
June 17. 1864. 

Captain "William H. Clark, August 16, 1864. of wounds, at 
Pittlftdd, Mass. 

Captain Orange S. Sampson, killed in action at Peeble's Farm, 
Va., September 30, 

First Lieut. Frazer A. iStearns. killed at Newborn, N. C., 
March 14, 1862. 

Fir.-t Ltont Frederick A. Bemis, killed at Chantilly, Va., 
September 1. 1862. 

Fir.-t Lieut. Henry A. Btckwith, September 5, 1862, of wounds 
received at Chantilly. V*t 

First Lieut. Charles K. Stoddard, shot bj T a sentinel Septem- 
ber 30, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Charles Coolidge, March 30, 1862, of disease, 
at Newborn, N. C. 

Second Lieut. William B. Hill, killed at Chantilly, Va., Sep- 
tember 1, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Henry C. Holbrook, killed at Antietam, Md., 
September 17, 1862. 

Misting, (1.) 

Captain William H. Valentine, since July 30, 1864. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood at the date of consolidation 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



181 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Lynnfield and Boston, M. 

iber 4, 1861, to October 26, 
three yean. H waa 

mustered out October 17, 1864, by 
of expiration of term of ser- 
vice.) • 



(The official li^-t of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 

WilliamS. Tilum 17 Oct., 62 

(Brevet Bug. General Sept. 9. 1864.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Thomas Sherwin, jr 17 Oct., 62 

(Brevet Colonel Sept. 30, 1864.) 



Major. 
Mason W. Burt 17 Oct, 



Captains. 

George A. Batchelder...26 Sept.. 62 

3. Davis 18 

John Rock 1 Dec, 63 

Paul F. NaeoD I i 

Edwin C. Bennett 9 

(Brevet Major April 2, 1863.) 

Nathan L. Meands 11 Mar.. 64 

Marcus M. Davis 10 Aug., 64 



First Licuteytants. 

H. A. Royce, R. Q. M ..29 Nov.. 61 

William H. Steele 6 I 

George W. Rob y IS 

John G. Kinsley 19 Dec, 

Nathaniel Fleming 1 Feb., 64 

*George H. Ackerman... 1 Mar., 
'William R. Clapp 1 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Surgeon. 

L*aac II. Stearns 19 Sept., 63 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (13.) 

Colonel Hevry Wilson. October 29. 1861. 

Captain William S. Cogswell, July 11, 1862. 

Captain Frederick K. I nber 1, 1864. 

First Lieut. Jtaaes U. Fulier, R. Q, M., November 27, 1861. 

First Lieut. Edwin F. Richardsou, June 10, 1862. 

First Lient Enos P. Hale. September 24, 1862. 

Fir>r Lieut. Alonzo M. SkriU, November -Jo, L802. 

:..■ at. Fn derick s. Benson, Adft, August 26, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Wiiliaru 1). Morris, June 14. 
Second Lieut. II :.ry L. Orrok, October 13, 1862. 
Chaplain John 1'i rpont, November 5, I 
Chaplain Jo.-xpti E. Crumack, March 19, 1868. 
Chaplain Charles M. Tyler, July 5, 1864. 



Discharged, (25.) 

Colonel Charles E. Grisicold, November 18, 1862. 
Captain Charles J. Paine, January J". 
Captain John B. Whoof, September 5. 
Captain Walton 8. Sampson, September 23, 1862. 
Captain George A. Wasliburn. January 5, 1863. 
binary 11, 1863 
Captaiu John P. Crane, May 18, 1663. 
CaptaJb 1 Conant, May 21. 1- 

Captain John H. Symonds, August 26, I 
Captain Henry ('. Connor, November I 
Captain William D. Hatch, Febiuary 19, 1864. 

it. Jo.m ph \ 
PIral Lieut. Samuel W. Tuck, October 20, 1862. 

William H. White. November 1. 
First Lient. . ; <s. February 14, ; 

at. William R. C . ary 34, 1863. 

First Lieut Lewi.- E. Crane, Jm 

\. Fernald, October 14, 1863. 
First Lieut. William R. Bennett, November 12, 1863. 
First Lieut. John CL Oatlm v, December 31, 1863. • 
First Lieut. Orrick Look, June 9, 1864. 
Surgeon Ephraim L. Warren, June 10. 
Surgeon Mai shall E. Simmons, August 27, 1863. 



Expiration of term of service, (1) 
Captain Benjamin W. Tucker, October 4, 1864. 



Promoted. 

Captain David K. Wardwell, August 18, 1862, to Lieut. Col- 
onel of 33th MassaehiiM tts vols. 

First Lieut. James M. Sanderson, R. Q. M., September 7, 1861, 
to Captain and C. S. 

First Lieut. Nelson A. Miles, August 14, 1862, to Lieut. Col- 
onel 61st New York vols. 

Surgeon Frederick S. Ainsworth, November 7, 1862, to Surgeon 
D. S. vols. 

Assistant Surgeon James P. Prince, August 9, 1862, to Surgeon 
of 36th Massachusetts vols. 



* Transferred to 32d Massachusetts vols. 



182 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 
George T. Perkiiis 21 Feb. 



Chaplain. 



G3 



Dismissed, (4.) 

Captain John J. Thompson, November 22, 1862. 
Captain Charles M. Hamilton, February 18, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Gulden MeKav, November 2, 1862. (Restored 

February 25, 1863.) 
Second Lieut. Gulden McKay, August 3, 1863. 



Died, (9.) 

Colonel Jesse A. Gove, £. <3., killed in action at Gaines's Hill 

Va., June 27, 1862. 
Captain John S. Dunning, killed in action June 27, 1862. 
Captain Samuel J. Thompson, August 4, 1862, of wounds, at 

BalMmore, Md. 
Captain Benjamin Davis, killed in action at Laurel Hill, Va,, 

May 10, 1864. 
Captain Joseph H. Baxter, killed in action June 3, 1864. 
First Lieut. Thomas T. Salter, killed in action at Gaines's Hill, 

June 27, 1862. 
First Lieut. Robert F. Bourne, September 23, 1864, of wounds, 

at Philadelphia, Pa. 
Second Lieut. Horace S. Dunn, May 23, 1862. 
Second Lieut, Charles K. Knowles, July 11, 1663, of wounds. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



183 



TWENTY-THIRD REGEUEXT. 

(This regiment was organized at An- 
napolis, Md.. September "25. 1861, 
to serve three years ; at the ex- 
piration of which term the origi- 
nal members (non-veteran.-) were 
d out, and the veterans and 
n emits retained iu sen 
June 25. 1665, when they were 
mastered out in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 



(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment b re an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John W. Raymond 29 Aug., 64 



Major. 



Captains. 

Henry P. Woodbury 4 June, 63 

Daniel W. Hammond. . ..10 Aug., 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (26.) 

Colonel John Kurtz, November 25, 1862. 
Colonel Andrew Elwell, September 20, 1864. 
[ Captain Cornelius Howland, jr.. June 27, 1862. 
| Captain John Hobbs, Jii 
Captain W< r. November 17. 1862. 

i William B. Alexander. December 2c?, 1862. 
Captain George M. Whipple, May 2, 1863. 
Captain Knott V. Martin, June 1, 1863. 
Captain William L. Kent, Februarv 24, 1865. 
First Lieut. John Littletield, Mav 3, I 
First Lieut William J. Creasey, July 18, 1862. 
First Lieut. .; I 

Lieut Charles H. Bates, January 9, 1863. 
First Lieut Benjamin F. Barnard. Angn>t 1 X 1863. 

■it. George C. Wetherbee, /.'. Q. 31., August 31, 1863 
Lieut Josiah R. Drew, December 13, 16 
1 Lieut. Thomas B. Atwo "1. Mav 3, IE 
Second Lieut. David P. Muzzey. July i> 
Second Lieut. George B. Emmerton, August 7, 1862. 
Second I /e A. Proctor, AugUBl 

Second Lieut. William < ». N 
Second!. I E. Bird. March 23, lt-(J4. 

int Surgeon Silas E. Stone, September 11, 1862. 
' Surgeon Jacob Roberts, July 1, 1863. 
Chaplain Jonas B. Clarke, August 19, 1863. 
Chaplain Lewis L. Record, May 1, 1865. 



Discharged, (6.) 

Captain Samuel C. Hart, November 14, le64. 
Phil Lieut. <;,»r.>' .1. Fii •■. 1863. 

rae 1, 1863. 

_re Derby, J I 
at Surgeon Junes A. Emmerton, May 27, 18G4. 



First Lieutenants. 

William E. Choate 12 Jan., 63 

M. Doble 1 July, 

Henry B. Peirce, R. Q. M. 3 Jan 

Isaac H. Edgett, Adj't 19 Mar.. 

William G. Bragdon 82 



Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 
Samuel C. Whittier 18 June. 61 



Assistant Surgeon. 



Expiration of term of service, (14.) 

Major Ethan A. P. Brewster, September 28, 1864 

Captain Addison Center, 8 

Captain Cbarl - A. Hart, B< ptem 

Captain Edward A. Story, September 28, 1864. 

Captain 01 - 1864. 

a Fitz J. Babson, September 28, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles 8. Emmerton. September 28, 18G1 
First Lieut. Charles H. Hagward, September 28, 1864. 

^lierman, Adj't, September 28, 1864. 
Lieut Walter D. Keith, Septeml 
• Lieut. John R. Lakeman. September 28, 1864. 
First Lieut. George V. Barrett, September 28, 1864. 
First Lieut Charles W. Mitchell, September 28, 1864. 

—rant Surgeon Edward P. Cummings, September 28, 1864. 

Promoted, (4.) 

First Lieut. Joseph A. Goldthwaite, R. Q. IT, May 1, 186-3, to 
Captain and C. S. U. S. vols. 

Lieut. Isaac C. Hart, December 31, 1863, to Captain 
S 1 L*. S. colored cav. 

:td Lieut. Daniel H. Johnson, jr. Aug. 26, 1862, to Captain 
40;h Massachusetts vols. 

Dd Lieut. Robert Dollard, December 31, 1SjG3, to Captain 
2d U. S. colored «▼. 



184 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY, 



Chaplain. 



Died, (6.) 

Liout. Colonel Henry Merritt, killed at Newbern, N. C, March 
14, 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel John G. Chambers, July 15, 1864, of wounds 
received in action at Drury's Bluff. Va. 

Captain Thos. Russel, December 8, 1862, accidentally poisoned. 

First Lieut. Richard P. Wheeler. June 2, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Drury's Bluff, Va. 

Second Lieut. John Goodwin, jr., killed at Roanoke Island, 
February 8, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Westover Grcenlcaf, August 11, 1862, from 
effects of sunstroke, at Newbern, N. C. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



185 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readville, Massachusetts, from 
September — , 1801, to December 
6, 1861. to serve three yea--. The 
original members) (except veterans) 
w»ie mustered out (by detach- 
ments) from September to Decem- 
ber, 1864, and the organization, 
composed of veterans and recruits, 
still remains in service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Albert Ordway 6 April, 65 

Major. 
Thomas F. Edmands. 



. 9 April, 65 



Captains. 

Jarvis White 1 Nov., 64 

Davis Foster 

William J. O'Brien 4 

John A. Green 5 

William F. Wiley. 5 Dec, 

George W. Le Favor 14 Dec, 

Alvah Cloutman 15Feb., 65 

George Macomber, a. to. m. 
Benjamin F. Stoddard, a. w. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Harry L. Hartshorn 4 Not., 61 

Andrew Wilsou 4 Nov., 

Edward Graves 15 

John W. Martiu 6 Dec, 

James N. North, R. Q. M. 15 Feb., 65 
Aug. D. Ayling, 44ft... 21 May, 



Second Lieutenants. 
Joseph W. Hobbs, a w. m. 

Surgeon. 
Edward R. Wheeler 2 Dec, 64 



Casualtie 



Resigned, (11.) 

Lieut. Colonel Robert H. Stevenson, Mav 31, 1864. 
Captain George F. Austin. August 26, 1862. 
Captain Robert F. Clark, February 5, 1864. 
Captain James B. Nichols, September 1, 1864. 
Captain Charles A. Folsom, September 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. John F. Anderson, Adj't. March 6, 186-1. 
First Lieut. William L. Horton, Adj't, March 12, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles T. Perkins. June 10 
First Lieut. George A. Higgins, March 21. 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Charles E. Brisrgs, April 26, 1864. 
Chaplain Edmund B. Wilson, July 6, 1864. 

Discharged, (7.) 

Major E. C Richardson. September 23. 1864. 

a John T. Prince, January 19, 1863. 
Captain George W. Nichols, January 11 
Captain Alexander ML Hay ward June 2, IP65, 
Second Lieut. Dcning Jarvis, jr., September 9, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Horatio P. Jarvis. January 1.3, 1864. 
Chaplain R. G. Mcllen, January 10, 1863* 

Expiration of term of service, (19.) 

Colonel Francis A. Osborn, November 14, 1864. 

Lieut. Colonel Charles H. Hooper, March 18, 1865. 

Captain John Daland, September 2, If 

Captain John C. Maker, September 2 1864. 

Captain William P. Redding. September 22, 1864. 

Captain James B. Bell. September.28, 1864. 

Captain John N. Partridge, September 28, 1864. 

Captain George W. Gardner. October 1 1 

Captain Robert Carruthers, August 3, - 

First Lieut. Daniel .Sargent. Oetol 

First Lieut. John C. Jones, jr., October 14, 1864. 

First Lieut. F. EL Bhepard, Oct.. her 17, 1664. 

First Lieut. James M. Barnard, October 31, 1864. 

First Lieut Parmenos E. Wheeler, November 14, 1864. 

First Lieut. John T. Wilson, November 14, 1864. 

First Lieut. Thomas M. Sweet, Adj't, November 14, 1864. 

First Lieut. James Thompson, R. ({. M.. January 12, 1865. 

First Lieut. Jere. Horton, August 11, 1865. 

Surgeon Samuel A. Gjreen, November 3, 1864. 

Promoted, (7.) 

Colonel Thomas G. Stevenson, March 14, 1863. to Brig. General. 
Captain J. Lewis Stackpole, August 28, 1862, to Captain and 

C. S. 
Captain William Pratt, June 26, 1863, to A. A. G. of vols. 
Captain Charles B. Amory. June 15. 1864, to A.^A. G. 
First Lieut. WWiam V. Hutckings, R. Q. it., November 26, 

1862. to Captain and A. Q. M. 
Assistant Surgeon Hall Curtis, June 18, 1863, to Surgeon 2d 

husetts Heavy Artillery. 
Assistant Surgeon William S. Tremaiue, April 12, 1864, to 

Surgeon 31st U. S. C. T. 

Died, (7.) 

First Lieut. James A. Perkins, killed in action on Morris 

Island, August 26, 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles (4. Ward. Adj't, killed in action near 

Drurys Bluff, Va.. May 16, 1864. ' 



186 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 

« 

John W. Parsons 17 April, 65 

Chaplain. 



First Lieut. Mason A. Rea, killed in action near Drury's Bluff, 

Va., May 16, 1864. * 
First Lieut. Nathaniel S. Barstow, May 18, 1864, at Newbern, 

N. C. 
First Lieut. Jesse 8. "Williams, killed in action at Deep Run, 

Va.. August 16, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Edgar Clough, killed in action near Drury's 

Bluff, Va., May 13, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William Thorne, August 19, 1664, of wounds 

received in action. 

Missing, (1.) 
First Lieut. James H. Turner, since April, 1862. 



Note. — This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this regis- 
ter, its roster is made up to the 31st August, 1865. 



Massachusetts infantry 



187 



TWENTY FIFTH REGIMENT. 



Casualties. 



(This regiment was organized at Wor- 
cester, Mass., from September 1. 
1861, to October 31. 1861. for three 
jean. The original members (ex- 
,\ ere mustered out 
October 20. 1864, and the veterans 
und recruits consolidated into a 
battalion of lour companies, and re- 
tained in service until July 1U. 
when mustered out, in accordance 
i : orders from War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
thin regiment bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
James Tucker 23 Mar. , 65 

Major. 



Captains. 

Samuel Harrington 5 Nov., 09 

John W. Davis lti May, 65 

Charles C. Murdoek. 



First Lieutenants. 

Henry H. Pratt, R. Q. it 25 June. 64 
Charles B. Kendall. A d/t 20 Aug., 

Timothy M. Ward 27 Apr., 65 

Charles B .-..27 Apr., 

Christian Sehlenker Hi Maj 

Lyman F. Hooker -J4 May. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Michael McKeon 7 Feb., 65 

Frank L. Smith 13 I 

John Simonds 16 May. 



Assistant Surgeons. 



Resigned, (7.) 

Major Matthew J. McCafferty. March 19. 1862. 
Major Cornelius G. Atwood, August 18, 1661. 

Lieut David M. Woodward. June 7, ]- 
First Lieut. Xathanirl II. Foster, January 1. 18631 
First Lieut. Joseph I>. Knox. January 26, 1864. 
I heron Temple. March 27, 

ant Surgeon James C. Batchcldtr. August ID, 1862. 

Discfiarged, (26.) 

Colonel Edwin Upton. October 28. 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Orson Moulton. December 31. 1864. 

Captain Willard Clark, A 

Captain Louis Wageley, April 21 

Captain Merit- . .uch 'J. li-u'5. (Brevet Major March 

13, 1865.) 
Captain Arthur P. Forbes. June 25, 186*5. 

i . rwrence, J\ 
First Lieut. J th, July 10. 

First Lieut. William F. Draper. September 6, 1862. 
First Lieut. Henry M. Kicliter, January 4, lbG3. 
First Lieut. George 8. Campbell. 1 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles F. Tew. August 2"2 
Second Lieut. Frederick Y. rcb 3, 1862. 

Second Lit ut. Amos Buffum. April 1. 
Second Lieut. Rudolph Hacker. June 17 
Second i ^paulding, July 8. 

Lieut. J. Henry Richardson, July 31 
-. Thomas Earle, September 1, - 
Second Lieut. Dennit M. SheehaK, February 5, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John W. Borne, April 24, 

Lieut, Edward B. Bum, July 23 ' 
Beoond Lieul J 

- Surgeon h rust 1. 1863. 

-annul Flagg. August '.». 

mtz, December 15, 1863. 
1. 1 Surgeon Alpheus L. Hoj r. .May 15, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (18.) 

Colonel Josiah Pickett, October 20, 1864. 
Captain J. Waldo Denny. October 20. 1864. 

Veranun P. Parknurst, October 20, 1864. 
Albert II. Foster, Oetob 

Captain Chai 

Captain James M. Dreunan. October 20, 1864. 
Captain Francis E. Goodwin, October 20, 1864. 
Captain William Emery, October 20, 1864. 

ut. William O. Brown. 11. <l M., October 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. John G. McCarter. October 20, U 
First Lieut. Merrick F. Prouty, October 20, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George Burr, October 20, 1864. 

1 Lieut. James C. Woodworth, October 20, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Thomas Saul. October 20, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George A. Johnson, October 20, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Albion A. afesser, October 20, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Stratton, October 20, 1864. 
Surgeon J. Marcus Rice, October 20, 1864. 

Promoted, (3.) 

Lieut. Colonel Augustus B. R. Sprague, November 14, 1862, to 

Colonel 51st Massachusetts vols. 
First Lieut. Elijah A. Harkness. Adft, November 4, 1862, to 

Major 51st Massachusetts vols. 
Chaplain Horace James, April 27, 1864, to Captain and A. Q. M. 



188 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Chaplain. 
Stephen G. Dodd 1 Aug., 64 



Died, (7.) 

Captain Thomas O'Neill, killed in action at Coal Harboi, Ya., 
June 3, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles E. Upton, killed in action near Peters- 
burg, Va., May 9, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry Matthews, June 4. 1864, in field hospital, 
near Coal Harbor, Va. 

First Lieut. Henry McConville, Adj't, June 12, 1864, of wounds 
received at Coal Harbor, Va. 

First Lieut. William Daley, June 23, 1864, at Washington, 
D. C. 

Second Lieut. James Graham, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 
Va.. June 3, 1864. 

Second Li^ut. Charles H. Pelton, June 5, 1864. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



189 



TWENTY-SIXTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Lowell, Mass., November 4, 1861, 
for three jean. The original mem- 
ben were mastered out November 
7, 1864, and the remaining men, 
consolidated into a battalion of five 
companies, retained in service until 
August 26, 18G5, when mattered 
out, in accordance with orders from 
the War Department) 



The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this regiment 
bore an honorable part yet pub- 
lished in orders ■ 



'•LAFOURCHE." 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
William H. Chapman. ..11 Dec , 64 

Major. 



Captains. 

John S. Cooke 4 Dec, 64 

Beth Bonney 4 Dec, 

Jamas A. Troy 8 Ken., 65 

Battel] G. O. Houghton. 8 Feb., 
John L. Keyser 2 July, 

First Lieutenants. 

Henry Brown 1 Jan., 65 

Armond W. Dickerman. 8 Feb., 
Joseph McQoiston 8 May, 

James F. L'pham 2 July, 

Daniel W. Shaw 2 July, 



Second Lieutenants. 

Charles H. Richardson. . . 2 July, 65 

Charles C. Messer 2 July, 

James B. Whipp 2 July, 

James Moulton 2 July, 

Surgeon. 
George T. Perk;ns 23 Jan., 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (7.) 

First Lieut. William II. Lamson, March 31, 1862. 
First Lieut. Andrew J. Johnson, April 10, 1862. 
First Lieut. Ezekitl W. Eastman, March 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Ezro Farnsworth, February 11. 1S65. 
Second Lieut. William H. Willev. April 2. 1863. 
Second Lieut. John B. Campbell, May 19, 1862. 
Second Lieut. George H. Stone, May 31, 18C3. 

Discharged, (20.) 

Colonel Edward F. Jones. July 27, 1862. 

Colonel Jonah A. Sawtcll, October 14, 1864. 
Captain Andrew Blood. February S, I 
Captain Stephen K. Fletcher. September 29, 1862. 
Captain George M. Dickerman, April 14, 1865. 
Captain William D. Crosby, June 3, 1865. 
First Lieut. William T. Wood, April 12, 1862. 
Fixsl Lieut. James Parsons, May 29, LC 

nt. Algernon S. I'.ndgr.r. November 16, 1862. 
First Lieut. Edward li. Hall, April 6. - 
First Lieut. George EL Davis, Adft. December 3, 1863. 
- 1! (>.M.. April 14, 1865. 
I Lieut. Levis O. Fuller. February 12. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Pliny R. Howe, October It- 
Second Lieut. Ellas E. Havnes, April 2' 
Second Lieut. Charles W. l)ix. June 21 
Lieut. Fdward S. Hay. June 29, 
Surgeon Anson P. Hooker, June 18, It 

Stant Surgeon Edward Russell, February 10, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Lorenzo S. Fox, June 11, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (24.) 

Colonel Alpha B. Farr, October 18, 1864. 
Captain John A. Lunch, October 18. 1864. 
Captain James Brady. I tetober 18, 1864. 
Captain Benjamin Warren. October 18. 1864. 
Captain Edward Caufy, October 18, li 
Captain Thomas IL ifannable, October 18, 1864. 
Captain lkitjamin W Frost, October 18. 1864. 
Captain John Pickering. October 18, 1- 
First Lieut. Stephen B. Smith, Adft, October 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. John T. Robinson, October 18\ 1864. 
First Lieut. Archibald Starkweather. October 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Kimble Oliver, October 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Silas /'. Jilodgett, October 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles L. Drew. October 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Arnold W. Dickerman. Octobers, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry L. Eastabrook, October 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George II. Winslow, October 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Samuel D. Hoyt, October 18, 186-1. 
Second Lieut. Joseph B. Whiting, October 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John J. Marshall, October 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles M. Swain, October" 18, 1864. 
Surgeon James G. Bradt, October 18, 1864. 
i Assistant Surgeon Isaac Smith, October 18, 1864 
Chaplain Charles Babbidge, October 18, 1864. 

Promoted, (3.) 

Captain Henry C. Wilcox, December 6, 1862. to Lieut. Colonel 

75th U. S. C. T. 
First Lieut. George E. Yarrington, August 10, 1863, to Lieut. 

Colonel 86th D. 8. C. T. 
Assistant 6urgeon Lemuel M. Willis, to Surgeon 74th U. 8. 

C. T. 



190 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeons. 



Chaplain. 



Died, (6.) 

Major Eusebius S. Clark, October 17, 1864, at Winchester, Va. 

Captain Enos W. Thayer, October 10, 1864. 

First Lient. James Monroe, R. Q. M., November 18, 1862, at 

New Orleans. La. 
First Lieut. Winfield H. Benham, May 18, 1863, at New Or 

leans, La. 
First Lieut. John H. White, R. Q. M., July 10, 1863, at New 

Orleans, La. 
First Lieut. Albert L. Tilden, October 20, 1864. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster ottL 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



191 



TWENTY-SEVENTH REGI- 
MENT. 

(This regiment' was organized at 
Springfield, Mass., from Septem- 
ber 20, 1861, to November 18, 1861, 
to serve thne years. On the expi- 
ration of its term, the original mem- 
bers (except veterans) were mus- 
tered out and the regiment, com- 
posed of veteran! and recruits, re- 
tained in service until June 26, 
1665, when it was mustered out, in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
tola regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Walter G. Bartholomew, a, w. m. 



Lieutenant Colonel 



Major. 



Captains. 



Joseph H. Nutting 29 May, 63 

William McKay 1 Aug., 64 

John W. Trafton, a. w. m. 



First Lieutenant?. 



Edwin L. Peck 3 Dec, 64 

Benjamin B. Peck 7 Apr., 65 

Luther Bradley, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 
Justus Lyman 12 Mar., 64 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (16.) 

Lieut. Colonel Luke Lyman. May 28, 1863. 
Major William M. Brown, December 7, 1661. 
Captain Lucius F. Thayer, January 1, 1662. 

tin Samuel C. Vance, June 16, IE 
Captain GustSVUl A. Fuller. July 21, 
Captain Timothy W. Sloan, November 25, 1862. 
Captain Horace K. Cooley, May l. 1663. 
First Lieut. John S. ^'ptember 15, 1662. 

Pint Limt. William II. Tyler, R Q. M., January 1, 1863. 
Second Lieut. L. H. Horton, February 21, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John P. Blakcmau, January 1, 1863. 
Second Lieut. William A. White, June S 

id Lieut. Jerome B. Joslyn, June 10. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Richard J. Bush, October 28, 1863. 
Astutanl Surgeon P. E. llubon, May 2, 1663. 
Chaplain Milts Sanford, March 20, 1862. 

Discharged, (18.) 

Major John W rch 7, 1865. 

Captain George W. Bartlctt, September 12, 1864. 

Captain Bipli y R. Suiit. March 12, 1865. 

First Lieut. George Warner. March 12, 1864. 

First Lieut. William G. Davis, May 15. 

l"ir>t Lieut James II. Fowler, September 30, 1864. 

Fir>t Lieut J. Leander Skinner, December 31, 1864. 

First Lieut. W. Chapin Hunt, February (!. 1665. 

First Lieut. George M. Bowker.fi. <<>. M., February 12, 1865. 

First Lieut. John H. Judd. March 27, I - 

at Joseph W. Holmes, Adj't. May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Lyman A 

First Lieut William II. Cooley, May 16, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William F. Barrett. July 11. 1863. 
Second Lieut. II. Smith Newell. September 9. 1864. 
Second Lieut. William F. Harrington. September 12, 1864. 
Surgeon George A. Otis. June 28, 1864. 
Chaplain C. L. Woodwortb, June 20, 1864. 

Ezpiration of term of service, (7.) 

Colonel Horace C. Loo, September 25, 1864. 

Captain Henry C. Dwight. September 27. 1864. 

Captain Adin'W. Caswell, October 16. 

Captain Peter S. Bailey, December 31, 1864. 

First Limt. Park W. McManus, Adj't, December 31, 1864. 

First Lieut. William H. II. Briggs, February 4, 1865. 

First Lieut. Sherman P. Cooley, February 9, 1865. 

Promoted, (3.) 

Captain Ami R. Dennison, February 16, 1864, to Major 2d 

I". S. Colored Cavalry. 
Second Lii ut. Ira B. Sampson, August 14. 1863, to Captain 

2d Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. 
Assistant Surgeon Curtiss E. Munn, December 5, 1864. to 

Surgeon 2d Massachusetts vols. 



Dismissed, (2.) 

First Lieut. Edward M. Jillson. August 10, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Edward R. Jones, May 19, 1864. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 
Dyer B. N. Fish 1 Oct., 64 



Assistant Surgeons. 



Chaplain. 



Died, (11.) 

Major "William A. "Walker, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 
Va., June 3, 1864. 

Captain Henry A. Hubbard, February 13, 1862. 

Captain Charles D. Sanford, killed in action at Fort Darling, 
Va.. May 16, 1864. 

Captain Edward R. Wilcox, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 
Va., June 3, 1864. 

First Lieut. C. Wesley Goodale. October 30, 1862. 

First Lieut, Edward D. Lee, Adft, April 17, 1864, of disease, 
at Portsmouth, Va. 

First Lieut. Pliny 'Wood, May 13, 1864, of wounds. 

First L'eut. Frederick C. Wright, June 27, 1864, of wounds 
received at Coal Harbor. Va. 

Second Lieut. Joseph W. Lawton, killed in action at New- 
born, N. C, March 14. 1862. 

Second Lieut. Samuel Morse, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 
Va.. June 3, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon F. L. Hunt, killed by guerillas, Novem- 
ber 7, 1862. 



Missing, (4.) 

First Lieut. Mark H. Spaulding, since April, 18(j2. 
Second Lieut. Edwin C. Clark, since April, 1862. 
Assistant Surgeon Samuel Camp, since April, 1862 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



193 



TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Cambridge and Boston, Mass.. from 
December 12, 1661, to January 24, 
1862, to serve three years. On tae 
expiration of its term of service 
the original members (except vete- 
rans) were mustered out, and the 
regiment, composed of veterans 
arid recruits, retained in service 
until June 30, 1865, when mus- 
tered out in accordance with orderB 
from the War Department.) 



'BULL RUN." 'THANTTTXY," "SOUTH 
MOUNTAIN." "ANTILT A.M." 
ERICXSBURO," " CHANCELLORS- 
VILLE," "GETTYSBURG." "BRI3- 
TOW STATION." 'MI.NH RUN." 
'• wiLDKLNF.ss." "PO ltlVKK." 
"SPOTTSYLVANIA," " TOLOPOTO- 
MOV," "COAL HARBOIt 
TERSBURG," " BTRAWBCRRT 

PLAINS.' *'DEEP BOTTOM," 

•REAM'S STATION." 



Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jamea Fleming 2 Feb., Go 

Major. 



Captains. 

John Connor II Nov., CI 

Patrick W. Black 22 Nov. , 

Patrick Mclntyre 28 Nov., 

John Miles 30 Nov. , 

Patrick H. Bird 8 Feb., 65 

First Lieutenants. 

John H. Minor 28 June, 64 

John Maher 5 Oct., 

Michael E. Powderly 11 ! 

John Knight 23 lS'ov., 

Second Lieutenants. 

JohnMcGlim 2 Feb., 63 

Cornelius McCarthy 2 Feb., 

Thomas Cook 2 Feb., 

William McCarty 15 Mar., 

Geerge W. Beattie 15 Max., 

Surgeon. 

Teter Emmet Hubon 1 July, 63 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (22.) 

Colonel William Montieth, August 12, 1862. 
Lieutenant Colonel MacLelland Moore. July 25, 1S62. 

D Samuel Moore, January 13. 1863. 
Captain George F. McDonald, April 2. 
Captain Alexander Blaney, July 21. - 
Captain John Riley, November 22 
Captain James O'Keefe, May 11, 1863. 
Captain James MeArdle, May 20, 1863. 
Captain John A. McDonnell, July 26, 1863. 

KeGee. July 9 
Fust Lieut. John Ahern, August 23, - 
First Lieut. If oees J. Emery, September 25, 1862. 
First Lieut Will am J. Lemoyne, October 3. 
Y\r>\ Lieut. William Mitchell" November 14, 1862. 
F rsl Lieut Benjamin F. Bartlett, December 16. 1862. 
Fir>t Lieut. Humphrey Sullivan, January 25, 1863. 
First Lieut. John R. Stitt, April 5, 1863. 
First Luut. Robert Horrigan, April 26, 1863. 
First Lieut. George L. Mitchell, May 12, 1863. 
Second Lieut. James Devine, March 26 

ml Surgeon John E. Parsons, July 31, 1863. 
Chaplain Laicrtncc McMahou, May 30, 1863. 

Disdiargcd, (23.) 

Major Andrew P. Caraher, September 22, 1863. 
Captain John J. Cooley, April 5, 1862. 
Captain Lawrence P. Barrett. August 9. 1862. 
Captain John II. Brenuan, March 10, 1h63. 
Captain Chai om,June4, - 

Captain San.it 1 1 McKeemtr, July 27, 1863. ' 
Captain Florence Buckley, Jnfv 29, 1863. 
Captain Edmund II. Fuzpatrick. March 8, 1864. 
Captain John Trainor. October 13 
First Lieut. John Cnrlton, December 6, 1862. 
First Lieut. John KUlian, February 14, 1863. 
First Lieut. Patrick Dwyre, April i), 1863. 
First Lieut. James ( ). Caruthers, August 24, 1863. 
First Lieut. Jostth F. Kenni.-on, October 12, 1863. 

I. Li u\ Leonard Harvcv, May 1, 1864. 
First Lieut Michael Kbiey, August ~'3, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward F. O'Brien, October 13, 1864. 
First Lieut. Augustus Armand, Adj't, May 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Michael Campbell, February 13, 
Second Lieut. Charles P. Brines. February 14, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Joseph P. Quigly, September 7, 1863. 

at Surgeon James T. 1,'oods, November 23, 1862. 

ant Surgeon John C. Barrington, June 17, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (6.) 

Lieut. Colonel George W. Cartwright, December 13, 1864. 
Captain John B. Noyes, December 13, 1864. 
Captain Walter S. Bailey, December 13, 1864. 
Captain Theophilus Page, December 13, 1864. 
Captain Jeremiah W. Covenay, December 13. 1S04. 
First Lieut. Martin Binney, December 13, 1864. 

Promoted, (3.) 

First Lieut. Benjamin F. Weeks, R. Q. it/., April 21, 1864, to 
Captain and C. S. 

Surgeon Patrick A. O'Connell, appointed Medical Director, 
June 13, 1863. 

Assir-tant Surgeon George W. Snow, to Surgeon 35th Massa- 
chusetts volunteers, March 13, 1863. 



13 a 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY 



Assistant Surgeon. 

Albert A. Chase 14 April, 65 

Chaplain. 



Died, (16.) 

Colonel Richard Byrnes,!* ^.JuneS, 1864, of woundsreceived 

in aciion at Coal Harbor, Ya. 
Major Andrew J. Lawlor, May 18, 1864, killed in action at 

Spottsylvania. % 

Captain ".Tames A. Mclntyre, May 5, 1864, killed in action 

at Wilderness, Ya. 
Captain James Magner, May 18, 1864, killed in action at 

Spottsylvania. 
Captain Charles Y. Smith, May 19, 1864. of wonnds received 

at Wild err, ess. Ya. 
Captain William P. Cochrane, May 20, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived at Spottsylvania. 
Captain Patrick Nolan, August 14, 1864, killed in action at 

Deep Bottom, Ya. 
First Lieut. Hugh P. Bovle, Mav 31, 1862, at Hilton Head. 

S. C. 
First Lieut. James B. West, June 3, 1864, killed in action at 

Coal Harbor. Ya. 
First Lieut. Thomas J. Parker, April 21, 1865, of wounds 

received in action. 
Second Lieut. William H. Flynn, August 30. 1862, of wounds 

received at Bull Bun. 
Second Lieut. Alexander Barrett, September 1, 1862, killed 

in action at battle of Chantillv. 
Second Lieut. Nichols J. Barrett, September 17, 1862, killed 

in action. 
Second Lieut. Edwin J. Weller, December 13, 1862, kiHed at 

Fredericksburg, Ya. 
Second Lieut. John Sullivan, December 13, 1862, killed in 

action at Fredericksburg. Ya. 
Second Lieut. William Holland, December 13, 1862, killed iu 

action at Fredericksburg, Va, 

Reduced to the ranks, (1.) 

First Lieut. Walter J. Morgan, July 10, 1864. 

Dismissed, (2.; 

First Lieut. Thomas Duffy, February 23. 1 364. 
First Lieut. William Kearne, August 6, 1864. 

Transferred, (2.) 

First Lieut. Addison A. Hosmer, R. Q. M., January 29, 1S62, 

to the 14th Massachusetts volunteers. 
First Lieut. Levi C. Brackett, November 19. 1864, to 57th 

regiment Massachusetts vols. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



195 



TWENTY-NINTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Paw- 
tucket and Cambridge-. Ma>s.. from 
May 14, 1861, to January 2:3. 1863; 
to serve three years. It was mas- 
tered out of service July 29, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
"War Department.) 

"HAMPTO.V ROADS," "GAINES'S 
MILLS," "SAVAGE STATION," 
"WHITE OAK SWAMP," "HALTERS 
HILL." "SECOND CULL RUN." 
" ANTIETAM, " "FREDERICKS- 

BURG," "VICKSBURG," "JACKSON," 
"BLUE SPRINGS." "CAMPBELL 
STATIO.V." "SIEGE OF KNO.X- 
VILLE." "COAL HARBOR," "PE- 
TERSBURG," "WELDON" RAIL- 
ROAD." 

Colonel, 



Lieutenant Cornel. 

Charles D. Browne 11 June, 65 

(Brevet Major 2 April, 1865.) 



Major. 
Captains. 

John 8. Tnbev 1 Apr,, 64 

{Breed Major 2 April, 1865.) 

Thomas W.Clarke 21 May, 

(Brcvrt Major 13 March, 1865.) 

(Brevet Major 2 April, 1865.) 

John B. Pixel 9 Feb., 65 

Adoniram J. Mason 1 Mar., 

I . Joslyn 25 Mar.. 

Captain 25 March, 1865.) 

William II. Bent 18 Apr., 

Samuel Patch 18 Apr., 

lirst Lieutenants. 

George D. William 26 Julv, 64 

Charles S. Lloyd 21 Sept., 

David P. Sculley, Adj't. .12 Oct., 

(Brevet Captain 25 March. 18G5.) 
J. McQuillan, R. Q. M .. 12 Oct., 

(Brevet Captain 25 March. 1865.) 
Bela II. King 12 Oct- 
William II. Hogan 18 Apr.. 65 

John ML Ellis 18 Apr., 

Conrad Homan 10 June, 

George O. Bent 10 June, 

William H. Burna 12 June, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Alfred W. Terrell 18 Apr., 65 

Hiram G. Sherman. 18 Apr., 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (13.) 

Captain James H. Osgood, May 20, 1862. 

Captain Charles Brady, December 6, 1862. 

Captain William A. Pray, January 9. 1863. 

Captain Henrv It. Siblev. January 13, 1863. 

First Lieut. William T. 'Keen, March 19, 1862. 

First Lieut. Thomas H. Husband, December 6, 1862. 

First Lieut. Thomas H. Adams, Januarv 26. 1863. 

Second Lieut. John E. White, July 31, 1861. 

Second Lieut. John E. Smith, March 24. 1862. 

Second Lieut. John Burbcck. May 17, 1862. 

Second Lieut. William B. Hathaway. December 6, 1860. 

Surgeon Orlando Brown, July 22, 1862. 

Surgeon George B. Coggswell, March 15, 1864. # 

Discharged, (20-) 

Colonel Ebenezer W. Pierce, November 8. 1864. 
Major Charles T. Richardson, May 13. 1865. 
Captain J. Kendall Taylor, July 18, 1861. 
in Daniel W. Lee, January 14, 1664. 
Captain John M. Deane. April 25, 1865, (Brevet Major March 

25, 1865.) 
Captain George H. Taylor, May 13, 1865. 
First Lieut. Samuel A. Bent, July 18, 1861. • 
First Lieut. Henry A. Kern, May 30. i- 

ut. Freeman A. Taber. September 12, 1862. 
First Lieut. John A. Savles. October 4 
Fir>t Lieut. Joseph O'Neill, March 20, 1863. 
First Lieut. George H. Long, November 8, 18C4. 

it. Daniel A. Jillson, January 4 
First Lieut. Joseph C. Madigan. June 21, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William W. Davis, July 30, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William A. Phillips, March 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Peter Windsor, June 17, 1863. 
Second Lieut. William F. Pippey. December 10, 1863. 
Surgeon George King, May 13, 1865. 

.ut Surgeon James C. Bassett, June 8, 1863. 

Expiration of term of service, (15.) 

Lieut. Colonel Joseph H. Barnes. October 9, 1864. 
Captain Lebl> May 21, 1864. 

Captain William D. Chamberlain, May 26, 1864. 
Captain Abram A. Oliver, May 26, 1864. 
Captain Samuel H. Doten, May 30, 1864. 
Captain Israel X. Wilson, June 7, 1864. 
Captain Willard D. Tripp, December 13, 18G4. 
Firel Lieut. Nathaniel Whitman, May 2! 
First Lieut. James H. Atherton, May 26, 18G4. 
Fhvt Lieut. Augustus D. Ayling. May 2G, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry S. Braden, May 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles A. Carpenter, December 5, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Thomas Conant, Mav 21. J 864. 
Second Lieut. Thomas F. Darby, May 26. 1861 
Second Lieut. Frank Goodwin, May 26, 1864. 

Promoted, (1.) 

First Lieut. Joshua Norton, November 1, 1862. tc Captain and 
A. Q. M. 

Died, (8.) 

Major Charles Chipman, August 8, 1864, of wounds. 

First. Lieut. Ezra Riplc\r, July 28, 1863 ; at Vicksburg, Miss. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 



Assistant Surgeons. 

Edgar LCarr 7 Oct., 64 

Robert E. Jameson, a. to. m. 

Chaplain. 



First Lieut. John B. Collingwood, Adj't, August 22, 1863, of 
disease. 

First Lieut. George YV. Pope, August 5, 1864, at George- 
town. D. C. 

First Lieut. Nathaniel "Burgess, March 27, 1865, of wound3 
received before Petersburg, Va. 

Second Lieut. ElishaS. Holbrook, August 20, 1861, at Fortress 
Monroe, Ya. 

Second Lieut. Thomas A. Mayo, killed at Gaines's Mill, Ya., 
June 27, 1862. 

Chaplain Henry E. Hempstead, December 21, 3862, of disease. 



Dismissed, (3.) 

Captain Alfred O. Brooks, March 18, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William R. Corlew, November 24, 
Second Lieut. Henry A. Hunting, May 2, 1864. 



Transferred, (2.) 



Assistant Surgeon Albert Wood, July 24, 1863, to 1st regiment 
Massachusetts Cavalry vols. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except thoje announced in General 
Orders before the 31st of August, 1865. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



19T 



THIRTIETH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Lowell, Mass., from October 18, 
1861, to January 2, 1862, to serve 
three years. On the expiration of 
its term of service the original mem- 
bers (except veterans) were mus- 
tered out, and the organization, 
composed of veterans and recruits, 
is still in service.) 



'BATON ROUGE," 
"PORT HUDSON, 
TATION." 



PLAINS STORE." 
" COX'S PLAN- 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Francis H. Whittier 6 July, 64 

Major. 

Samuel D. Shipley 9 Feb., 65 

Captains. 

Brent Johnson, jr 12 Aug., 63 

George Barker 18 Oct., 64 

Thomas B. Johnston 19 Jan., 65 

Alfred F. Tremain 13 Mar., 

{Brevet Major 13 March, 1865.) 

Nathaniel K. Reed 21 Mar., 

Edwin R Clark 3 May. 

John E.Dudley 22 May, 

Eugene W. Ferris 22 May, 

Charles W. Burgess 22 May, 

Edward A. Fiske, a. w. in. 

First Lieutenants. 

George G. Spear, Adj't, .21 Mar., 65 

Willard A. Hussey 21 Mar., 

H. Austin Sperry 21 Mar., 

Louis A. deli, du Verge.. 21 Mar., 

John Charles Duff. 1 May, 

Joseph H. Burnham 22 May, 

John D. Foster 22 May, 

"VVm. H.Gardner, jr., R. Q. M., a.'w. m. 
Thomas A. Warren, a. ic. m. 
John R. Leary, a. w. m. 
Charles A. Sperry, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 

Samuel A. Davis 10 Jan., 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Cornelius S. Jackson 18 Apr., 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (12.) 

Lieut. Colonel Horace O. Wbittemore, May 26, 1864. 
Captain Cadwallader F. Blanchard, May J2, 1862. 
Captain Jeremiah R. Cook, October 20, 1862. 
Captain William G. Howe, June 17, 1863. 
Captain George Creascy, November 7, 1864. 
First Lieut. William F. Loorien, March 26, 1862. 
First Lieut. Henry P. Fox, April 7, 1862. 
First Lieut. James Farson, May 27, 1862. 
First Lieut. William H. Seamans, August 1, 1862. 
First Lieut. Joseph Davis, Adft, February 12, 1865. 
First Lieut. Gurdon S. Brown, July 12, 1865. 
Second Lieut Charles F. Appleton, June 11, 1862. 

Discharged, (16.) 

ColonelNathan A. M. Dudley, ft. 9., February 16, 1865. 

(Brevet Brigadier General Januarv 19, 1865.) 
Lieut. Colonel Jonas EL French, March 27. 1862. 
Lieut. ColoneJ William W. Bullock, November 25, 1863. 
Captain John A. Nelson, May 30, 1862. 
Captain Henry C.Welles, October 21, 1863. 
Captain Marsh A. Ferris, April 16, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry Finnegass, March 26, 1862. 
First Lieut. John Ki.incar, July 11,1862. 
Second Lieut. James W. Claiborne, March 6. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Joseph P. Robinson, April 6, 1662. 
Second Lieut. William B. Emerson, April 6. I ! 
Second Lieut. Seldom H. Loring, August 31. 1864. 
Second Lieut. II. Warren Howe, February 6, 1665. 
Second Lieut. Julius Schmideberg, April 25, 1865. 
Surgeon Charles W. Moore, April 5, 1862. 
Assistant Surgeon Francis C. Greene, April 1, 18b4. 

Expiration of term of service, (6.) 

Captain Robert B. Brown, January 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. Joseph B. Prince, jr., December 31, 1864. 
First Lieut. Joseph F. Tenney, February 28, 1665. 
Second Lieut. Clinton E. Page, January 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Ferdinand C. Poree, Januarv 10, 1865. 
Surgeon Samuel K. Towle, November 18, 1664. 

(Promoted, 6.) 

First Lieut. Charles A. R. Dimon, Adft, October 3, 1862, to 
Major 2d Louisiana vols. 

First Lieut. Frederick M. Norcross, February 29, 1864, to 
Captain and A. Q. M. 

Second Lieut. Richard A. Elliott, October 15, 1862, to Adju- 
tant 2d Louisiana vols. ' 

Second Lieut, Chauncey C. Dean, March 1, 1864, to Captain 
93d regiment U. 8. C. T. 

Second Lieut. Alford F. Fay, June 12, 1864, to Captain 1st 
regiment U. S. vols. 

Assistant Surgeon A. F. Holt, November 26, 1862, to Surgecn 
1st regiment Texas cavalry. 

Died, (6.) 

Captain Eugene Kelty, killed in action at Baton Rouge, La.. 

August 5,1862. 
Captain Timothy A. Crowley, October 5, 1862, of disease, at 

St. James Hospital, New Orleans, La. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Chaplain. 
B. Frank Whittemore. . .25 Nov., 63 



Captain Daniel S. Yeaton, November 28, 1862, at New Or- 
leans, La. 

First Lieut. George F. "Whitconih, killed in action October 
19, 1864. 

First Lieut. William F. Clark, jr.. Adj't, October 21,1864, of 
wounds received in action at Cedar Creek, Ya. 

Second Lieut. JoLj -J. Haley, killed in action at Winchester, 
Va., September 19, 1864. 

Missing, (1.) 

First Lieut. John M. G. Parker, since January, 1862. 

Dismissed, (2.). 

First Lieut. Adams'Emerson, Februarv 23, 1865. 
First Lieut Henry A. Fuller, May 1, 1865. 

Deserted, (1.) 

First Lieut. Packard F. Briggs, August 28, 1862. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2.— This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its roster is made ap to the 31st August, 18l>5. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



199 



THIRTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Boston and Pittsfield, Ma 

ber 20, 186*1, to February 20, 
1862. to serve three years. On the 
expiration of its term of service 
the original members (except vete- 
were mustered out, and the 
veterans and recruits organized 
into five companies wore retained 
in service until September 9. 1865, 
when they were mustered out in 
'nice with orders from the 
War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 

_-iment bore an honorable 

part id not yet published in orders.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edward P. Nettleton 5 Aug., 64 

Major. 



Captains. 

Luther C. Howell 25 Jan., 64 

Nelson P. Bond 9 Aug., 

L. Frederick Rice, a. w. m. 
W. Irving Allen, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

James M. Stewart, Adj't. 1 Oct., 63 

Milton Sagendorph 6 < 

Sylvester B. Boud 25 Jan., 64 

Alexander II. G. Lewis .12 Mar., 
Charles 8. Rust, R. Q. 3/12 Apr., 

Albert M. Lee 30 June, 

Henry D. Barber 7 Sept., 

Second Lieutenants. 

John Hines 25 Jan., 65 

Patrick J. Diuan 25 Jan., 

Joshua Leavitt 25 Jan., 

diaries J. Wade 25 Jan., 

George W. Sears, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

Edwin C. Bidwell, a. w. m. 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Elisha P. Clark 1 Mar., 64 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (10.) 
Lieut. Colonel Charles M. Wheldon, December 23. 1862. 
Lieut. Colonel William S. B. Hopkins, April 14, 1S64. 
Major Robert Bache. April 14 

tain Elisha A. Edwards, Septembers, 1862. 
Captain Samuel D. Hovev, August 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. Jama U~. Smith. April! 0. 
First Lieut. George V. Bristol June 26, 
First Lieut. John dishing. July 17, If 
First Lieut. Benjamin A. Moiey, August 18, 1S62. 
Second Lieut. Asa F. Richards', January 10, 1863. 

Discharged, (15.) 
Captain William O. Fiske, May 8. 1862. 
.n Eliot Bridgman, October 3, Ifi 
in hdward Page, jr., April 21, 16 
Captain George S. Darling. July 9 
First Lieut. Horatio N. Holbroo'k, June 10, 1862. 
First Lieut. Thomas B. Couley. June 26. 1862. 
Fir.-t Lieut. Janus W. Gushing, R. Q. M.. February 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. William H. Pelton, December 6, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Frederick M. IT. Kendrick, August 8. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Martin M. Pulrtr. September 22. 1863. 
Second Lieut. David Perrv. January 30, 1864. 
Surgeon Frank A. Cady. F.bruary 20. 1862. 

t Surgeon Henry \V. Brown, September — , 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Floyer D. Kittredge, February 15, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Cyrus S. Maun. March 25, 1864. 
i Erpiration of term of service, (11.) 

Colonel Oliver P. Gooding. HL \1., l\. 3. Nov. 26, 1864. 
Major Elbert H. Foruham, November 26, 
Captain Orrin H. Hopkins. November 20. 1864. 
Captain John W. Lee, November 20, 1864. 
Captain Horace F. Morse. November 2u 
Captain Lester ML Efaydeo, Novemb* I 
First Lieut. Fordycr A. Rust, November 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. Emory P. Andrews, November 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. William EL Jones, November 26, 1864.' 

it. George E. Jackson, November 26, 
Chaplain Francis E. R. Chubbuck. November 26, 1864. 
Promoted, (4.) 

Captain Edward P. Hollister, February 1, 1864, to Lieut. 

Colonel 57th regiment Massachusetts vols. 
Captain Benjamin F. Morey, August 26, 1864. to Captain and 

A. A. G. 
Second Lieut. John R. Parsons, August 8, 1862, to Captain 

1st regiment Louisiana 
Assistant Surgeon James T. Payne, September 20, 1862. to 

Surgeon 73d. U. S. C. T. 

Died, (3.) 

Captain William W. Rockwell, December 3. 1863, of disease. 
First Lieut. Frank A. Cook. August 6, 1863, at Baton Rouge, La. 
Surgeon Ebcn K. Sanborn, April 3, 1862, of disease. 

Transferred, (1.) 
First Lieut. Joseph L. Hallett, March 3, 1863, to U. S. Signal 
Corps. 

Missing, (4.) 

Captain Gardinal II. Conant, since September 5, 1862. 
First Li> "t. Liscom Morey, since November 20. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Thomas Burt, since January 1. 1863. 

it Surgeon Horace D. Train, since February 14, 1862. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



200 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



THIRTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Bos- 
ton, Concord, Cambridge, and 
Lvnn field, Mass., from November 
25, 1861, to August 13, 1862, to 
serve three years. It was mustered 
out of service June 29, 1865, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 

"riALVERN HILL,'" " GAINESVILLE," 
"SECOND BULL RUN,". "CHAN- 
TILLY," "ANTIETAM." "FRED- 
ERICKSBURG," " CHANCELLORS- 
VILLE," "GETTYSBURG," "RAP- 
PAHANNOCK STATION," "MINE 
RUN," "WILDERNESS." "SPOTT- 
SYLVANIA," "NORTH ANNA." 
"TOLOPOTOMOY," "BETHESDA 
CHURCH," "PETERSBURG." "W EL- 
DON RAILROAD." "PEEBLES'S 
FARM." "HATCHER'S RUN." 



Colonel. 

J. Cushing Edmonds 1 Nov., 64 

{Brevet Colonel 30 Sept., 1664.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

James A. Cunningham.. 10 Nov., 64 
{Brevet Lieut. Colonel 30 Sept., 64.) 

Major. 

Edward O. Shepard 13 Nov., 64 

Captains. 

George TV. Lauriat 9 Sept., 64 

Ezra S. Farnsworth 10 Nov., 

{Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 

James E. Marsh 1 Dec. 

Thnothv McCartney 2 Dec, 

"William E. Reed 2 May. 65 

John E. Tidd 5 June, 

George A. Hall 5 June, 

Charles H. Smith 21 June, 

L-aac W. Smith 22 June, 

John A. Bowdlear 22 June, 

Ambrose Bancroft, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

James P. Wade 5 Mar., 63 

Joseph P. Robinson 19 Mar., 

Isaac F.Kingsbury. Ad, "t. 1 May, 
George H. Ackermsa ... 1 Mar., 64 

Joseph S. "Wyman 1 Mar. , 65 

Abner E. Drury 5 June, 

George W. Batchelder. . . 5 June, 

Loring Burrill 5 June, 

James H. Clapp 5 June, 

Stephen C. Phinney 22 June, 

Asa L. Kneeland 22 June, 

Thomas Coas 22 June, 

Augustus A. Coburn 22 June, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (9.) 

Colonel Francis J. Parker. December 27, 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Luther Stephenson, jr., June 28, 1864. 

Captain James P. Draper, August 3, 1862. 

Captain Henry W. Moulton, October 21, 1862. 

Captain Hannibal D. Norton, March 18, 1663. 

Captain William R. Clapp. February 23, 1865. 

First Lieut. Charles K. Cobb, Adj't, February 3, 1863. 

Surgeon Zabdiel B. Adams, August 5, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Windsor H. Bigelow, January 6, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Samuel S. Young, April 12, 1863. 



Discharged, (19.) 

Captain Jonathan Pierce, May 22, 1862. 
Captain Cephas C. Bumpus, April 16, 1863. 
Captain William H. Gerty, August 21. 1863. 
Captain Josiah C. Fuller." June 22, 1664. 
Captain George H. Dana. January 9, 1865. 
First Lieut. J.vman B. Whiton. June 20, 1862. 
First Lieut. Joseph Austin. Julv 28, 1662. 
First Lieut. Edward T. Bouve, December 29. 1862. 
First Lieut. John II. Whidden, August 13, 1863. 
First Lieut. George If. Hudson, February J5. 1865. 
Second Lieut. John F. Boyd. October 1, 1862. 
Second Lieut. George L. Barnes, November 22. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Amos B. Holden. November 28, 1862. 
Second Lieut. James B. Leonard, June 1, 1663. 
Second Lieut. Charles E. Bowers. October 24. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Hiram O. TiUson, October 26, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Marshal H. Davis, November -J2. 1664. 
Second Lieut. Gustavus L. Dean, March 20, 1665. 



Expiration of term of service, (13.) 

Captain Stephen Rich, November 17, 1864. 

Captain Nathan L. Meands, November 17, 1864. 

Captain Cyrus Tay, November 17, lt64. 

Captain Norman F. Steele, December 5, 1864. 

Capiain Charles Bowers. June 19, 1865. 

First Lieut. James E. March, October 27, 1864. (Recommis- 

sioned from civil life 1 December, 1864.) 
First Lieut. James M. Pond, November J 4, 1864. 
First Lieut. Isaiah F. Hoyt. November 15. 1664. 
First Lieut. George R. Reed, November 24. 1664. 
First Lieut. John Hin-ch. December 1, 1864. 
F.rst Lieut. George W. Pearson, R. Q. M., January 4. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edward F. Phinney, February 16, 1? 
Surgeon W. Lyman Faxon June — ,1865. 



Fromoted, (4.) 

Captain H. Northey Hooper, September 3, 1863, to Major 54th 

Massachusetts vols. a. d. 
First Lieut Charles H. Hurd, May 25, 1863, to Captain and 

A. A. G. vols. 
First Lieut. Lucius H. Warren, April 8. 1864. to Major 3Sth 

U. 8. C. T. 
Assistant Surgeon George T. Perkins, January 14, 1865, to 

Surgeon 2bth Massachusetts vols. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



201 



Second Lieutenants. 

Oliver H. P. Hodge 5 June, 65 

William F. Tufts 8 Juue, 

William F. Tattle 8 Jane, 

Charles N. Gardner 8 June, 

Jamefl W. King 8 June, 

Lvnd'U Y. Jenness 8 June, 

Ciiarles II. Bartlett 17 June, . 

Surgeon. 

Samuel W. Fletcher 8 June, 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 

John H. McGregor 7 Mar., 65 

Chaplain. 



Died, (7.) 

Colonel George L. Prescott, June 19, 1864, of wounds received 
in action. 

Captain Charles A. Dearborn, killed in action at Fredericks- 
burg, December 13, 1862. 

Captain Robert Hamilton, July 4, 1864, of wounds received 
in action. 

First Lieut. Nathaniel French, jr., August 9. 1862. of disease. 

First Lieut. George W. Bibby. killed in action, May 30, 1864. 

Second Lieut. J. N. IMicchcright, January 18, 1863, of disease. 

Second Lieut. William H. Barrows, killed in action at Gettys- 
burg, July 2, 1863. 

Transferred. (1.) 

at Nathaniel Wales, August 13, 1S62, to 35th Massa- 
chusetts vols. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



202 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



THIRTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Springfield, Mass., in August, 1662, 
to serve three years. It was muster- 
ed out of service June 11,. 1865, in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

(The official list of battles jn which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published hi orders.) 

Colonel, 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Elisha Doane 3 Xov.. 61 

{Brevet Colonel 13 March, 1865.) 



Major. 
Albion W. Tebbetts... 



3 Nov. 



Captains. 

Edward B. Blasbland... 2 June, 62 

Thomas B, Band 24 July, 

Cyrus E. Graves 4 Dec. , 

James F. Chipman 3 April, 63 

Dudley M. Present 1 July, 

Cafeb Philbriek 1 July, 

James F. Rowe 9 Aug., 

N. H. Turner 11 May, 64 

H. P. Marsron 17 Dec, 

P. C. Seares 23 Dec, 

First Lieutenants. 

Joseph P. Thompson 28 Mar., 63 

George A. Morse 1 July, 

Edward M. Cheney 29 July, 

C. B. Walker, 1L ^.iW..29 July, 

Allen G. Shepherd 17 Dec, 

Nathaniel Frost 4 July, 64 

George A. Pickering 17 Dec, 

F. C. Lawton 17 Dec.,' 

Herbert A. Needham. .,.23 Dec, 
J. L. Locke 23 Dec, 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 
Joseph W. Hastings 1 July, 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Melville E. Webb 13 Aug. , 63 

Chaplain. 
Caleb Blood 28 Mar., 63 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (22.) 
Colonel Albert C. Maggi. April 3, 1863. 
Lieut. Colonel Godfrey Rider, jr., September 17, 1864. 
Major James Brown, May 13, 1803. 
Major William H. Lampson, March 18, 1864. 
Captain B. F. Rogers, December 4, 1862. 
Captain Charles E. Junes. March 28, 1863. 
Captain W. H. H. Hinds, May 18, 1863. 
Captain James W. George, June 4, 1863. 
Captain George M. Walker, January 11, 1864. 
First Lieut. Baldwin T. Peabody, March 2, 1863. 
First Lieut. George F. Adams, March 29, 1863. 
First Lieut. William E. Richardson, R. Q.M., July 16, 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles P. Richards, July 28. 1863. 
First Lieut. L. H. Mitchell, March 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. Francis O. Prescott January 5, 1865. 
Second Lieut, C. W. Lovett, October 29. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Henry W. Gore, February 20, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Ilarrv Meserve. June 4, 1863. 
Second Lieut, Michael Burns, July 28, 1663. 
Surgeon Orrin Warren, April 3, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Daniel P. Gage, February 22, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon W. L. Brown, May 26, 1863. 

Discharged, (9.) 

Captain James Farson, September 28, 3861. 
First Lieut. Edward J. Vose, June 19. 1S63. 
First Lieut. Taleman C. Mills. October 9, 1863. 
First Lieut. J. Henry Williams, September 14, 1864. 
First Lieut. Archibald Waugh, November 11, 1864. 
Secoud Lieut. George W. Rose, October 29. 1802. 
Second Lieut. Arehilaus Welch, April 1. 1864. 
Chaplain Daniel Foster, November 20, 1863. • 

Chaplain Isaac S. Cushman, September 13, 1864. 

Promoted, (3.) 

Colonel Adlin B. Underwood, January 12, 1864, to Brigadier 
General U. S. vols. 

Major J. L. Bates, September 18, 1862, to Colonel 12th Mas- 
sachusetts vr .Is. 

Assistant Surgeon Murdoch McGregor, May 26, 1865, to Sur- 
geon 20th Massachusetts vols. 

Died, (7.) 

First Lieut. William P. Mudge, Adj't, killed in action Octo- 
ber 29, 1863. • 

First Lieut. Edgar L. Bumpers, killed in action at Resaca, 
Ga., May 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry J. Parker, killed in action at Resaca, Ga, 
May 15, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Arthur C. Parker, killed in action at Catlett's 
Station. Va.. August 15, 

Secoud Lieut. Joseph P. Barrage, killed in action at Lookout 
Mountain, Teuu., October 29, 16 

Secoud Lieut. James Hill, killed in action at Lookout Moun- 
tain, Tenn., October 29, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Oswego Jones, November 12, 1863, of woiinds 
received in action. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Charles H. *?ye, March 2, 1863. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



203 



THIRTY FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Worcester, Mass., August 1, 1862, 
to serve three years. It was mus- 
tered out of service June 16, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

William S. Lincoln 27 Nov., 64 

{Brevet Brig. Gen. 23 June, 1865.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Andrew Potter 27 Nov., 64 

(Brevet Colonel 1 May, 1865.) 

Major. 

Captains. 

Wells Willard 2 Oct., 62 

Frank T. Leach 25 Oct., 

Chauncey R. Chauncey..28 Apr., 64 

Charles W. El we 11 29 July, 

George Macomber 14 Oct., 

(Brevet Major 13 Mar., 1865.) 
Lyman W. Van Loan ... 1 Jau., 65 

George E. Goodrich 20 Jan., 

Melville E. Walker 20 Jan., 

First Lieutenants. 

Chas.H.Howland,Jc\ Q.Af.10 June, 62 
Thomas W. Ripley, Adj't. 23 Sept., 63 

William F. Belsee 26 Sept. , 64 

George L. Murdock 25 Oct. , 

Henry T.Hall ....' 9 Dec, 

Charles G. Blake 9 Dec, 

* Fred. A. C. Judd Uan., 65 

Wells B. Mitchell 20 Jan., . 

Second Lieutenants. 

t Jerre Horton 11 Aug., 62 

(Brevet First Lieut. 13 Mar., 65.) 

Charles B. Cutler 28 Apr., 64 

Herbert B. Rowley 9 Dec, 

Harlan P. Houghton 9 Dec, 

Charles H.Morrill 16 Dec, 

Asa B. Pay 21 Jan., 65 

Alfred Dibble 31 Jau. , 

Daniel C. Wishart 31 Jan. , 

Surgeon. 
Rome R.Clark 7 July, 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Charles G. Allen 12 Apr., 64 

Henry L Millard 3 Feb. , 65 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (7.) 

Captain Daniel Holden, November 8, 1862. 
Captain William H. Cooley, July 8, 1863. 
First Lieut. Lafayette Butler, September 5, 1863. 
First Lieut. Levi'Lincoln, jr., August 31, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry Bacon, November 28, 1864. 
Second Lieut. J. Austin Lyman, July 18, 1863. 
Chaplain Edward B. Fairchild, July 3, 1863. 



Discharged, (10.) 

Captain Charles L. Chandler, March 17, 1864. 
Captain John A. Lovell, November 8, 1864. 
Captain Alexis C. Soley, February 17, 1865. 
Captain Alonzo D. Pratt. April 18, 1865. 
Captain Henry P. Fox, May 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. James W. Smith, July 25, 1863. 
First Lieut. Robert W. Walker, November 4, 1864. 
First Lieut. Samuel II. Piatt, March 11, 1865. 
First Lieut. William L. Cobb, May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Erastus V. Lilley, May 29, 1865. 



Promoted, (3.) 

Major Henry Bowman, August 22, 1862, to Colonel 36th 

Massachusetts vols. 
Assistant Surgeon William Thorndike, January 22, 1864, to 

Surgeon 39th Massachusetts vols. | 

Assistant Surgeon Cyrus B. Smith, February 3, 1865, to 

Surgeon 11th Massachusetts vols. 



Dismissed, (2.) 

Second Lieut. John W. Stiles, July 2, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Frank C. Kennicutt, November 8, 1864. 



Died, (8.) 

Colonel George D. Wells, (Brevet Brig. General October 12, 
1864,) killed in action October 13, 18»i4. at Cedar Creek, Va. 

Major Harrison W. Pratt, September 25, 1864, at Strasburg, 
Va., accidentally shot. 

Captain William B. Bacon, killed in action May 15, 1864, at 
Newmarket, Va. 

Captain George W. Thompson, killed in action September 19, 
1864, at Winchester, Va. 

First Lieut. Albert C. Walker, June 14, 1864, at Mount Hope, 
Va., of wounds received in action. 

First Lieut. Samuel F. Woods, Adj't, June 26, 1864, in Massa- 
chusetts, of wounds received in action. 

First Lieut. James L. Dempsey, October 17, 1864, of wounds 
received in action at Winchester, Va. 

Second Lieut. Malcolm Ammidown, October 1, 1864, at 
Charleston, S. C, of disease, while a prisoner. 



* Absent in hospital, wounded. Discharged July 5, 1865. 

t Retained in service until August 11, 1865, when discharged by order from War Department. 



204 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom med- 
als of honor have been awarded by 
the Secretary of War : 

Sergeant R. J. Gardner. 
Corporal C. E. Hunter. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



205 



THHITY-FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Lynufield. Mass., in August, 1862, 
to serve three years. It wm mus- 
tered out of service June 9, 1865, in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 



'ANTIETAM," "FREDERICKSBURG," 
"JACKSON," "CAMPBELL STA- 
TION," "SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE," 
"SPOTTSYLVANIA." "NORTH AN- 
NA,' - -COAL HARBOR," ' WELDON 
RAILROAD," "SOUTH MOUNTAIN," 
"VICKSBURG," "POPLAR SPRING 
CHURCH." "HATCHER'S RUN." 



Colonel. 

Sumner Carruth 2 Apr. , 65 

(Brevet Brig. Gen. 2 April, 1865.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John W. Hudson 2 Feb., 65 

Major. 
Franklin B. Mirick 1 Mar., 65 



Captains. 

Albert A. Pope 1 Apr., 64 

George H. Nason 1 Jan., 65 

Thomas S. Wright 1 Mar., 



First Lieutenants. 

Wm. Washburn, Adft .. 7 Oct., 63 
Thos. E. Cutter, U.Q.M.. 1 Apr., 64 

John D. Cobb 1 Apr., 

George F. Worcester 29 Jan., 65 

(Brevet Captain 2 April, 18G5.) 

Joseph C. Hardy 1 M ar. , 

Henry B. Cnamberlain ..18 Apr., 
James B. Calder 18 Apr., 



Second Lieutenants. 

Alfred Blanchard 30 Sept. , 64 

Edgar M. Riggs 30 Sept., 

William White 30 Sept., 

Daniel S. Kimball 18 Apr., 65 

Henry A. Monk 18 Apr. , 



Surgeon. 
George W. Snow, a. w. nu 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (6.) 

Major Nathaniel Wales, May 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Oliver Burrill October 6, 1863. 
Surgeon Francis M. Lincoln, March 10, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon George N. Munsell, April 24, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Albert W. Clark. Mav 1, 1863. 
Chaplain Henry F. H. Miller, February 29, 1863. 

Discharged, (30.) 

Captain James H. Baldwin, January 21. 1863. 

Captain Dennis A. Dolan. March 22, 1863. 

Captain Stephen H. Andrews, April 26. 1863. 

Capta : n Elbridge G. Hood, April 29, 1863. 

Captain Tracy P. Cheever, July 23, 1863. 

Captain-Benjamin F. Pratt, August 1, 1863. 

Captain Samuel C. Oliver, September 9. 1863. 

Captain John Lathrop, November 14, 1863. 

Captain William Gibson, Jauuary 27, 18t>4. 

Captain Daniel J. Preston. March 15. 1864. 

Captain George P. Lyon, April 27, 1864. 

Captain John W. Hudson, September 4, 1864. 

Captain John B. Stickney, September 30, 1864. 

Captain Clifton A. Blanchard, November 28, 1864. 

First Lieut. Samuel W. Haines, R. Q. ill. December 28, 1862. 

First Lieut. Frederick D. Brooks, January 22, 1863. 

First Lieut. Edward Blake, Februarv 10, *1863. 

First Lieut. Gamaliel Hodges, Aprif29, 1863. 

First Lieut. William Washburn, August 3, 1863. (Recommia- 

sioned as First Lieutenant and Adft October 7, 1863.) 
First Lieut. Albert F. Epton, R. Q. M, January 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. Augustus Hatch, January 11, 1865. 
First Lieut. John N- Morse, January 18, 1865. 
First Lieut. George M. Farrington, April 16, 1865. 
First Lieut. George W. Creasy, M?y 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles O. Atkinson, January 20, 1863. 
Second Lieut. OsrarR. Livingston, April 4, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Jarvis W. Dean, April 29, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Thomdike D. Hodges, May 31, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Nathan K. Collins, June 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Dunbar, June 17, 1864. 

Promoted, (3.) 

Colonel Edward A. Wild, April 25, 1863, to Brigadier General 

U. S. vols. 
Lieut. Colonel William S. King, November 14, 1864, to Colonel 

4th Massachusetts heavy artillery. 
Captain William N. Meserve, November 14, 1864, to Major 

4th Massachusetts heavy artillery. 

Died, (11.) 

Major Sidney Willard, December 14, 1862, of wounds received 
at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va. 

Captain Albert W. Bartlett, killed in action September 17,1862. 

Captain Horace Niles, September 27, 1862, cf wounds received 
at the battle of Antietam, Md. 

Captain Edward G. Park, August 14, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Petersburg, Va. 

Captain J. Wilson Ingell, August 31, 1864, of wounds received 
in action. 

First Lieut. William Palmer, October 13, 1862, of wounds re- 
ceived at the battle of Antietam. 

First Lieut. William Hill, killed in action at the battle of 
Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. 



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Assistant Surgeons. 
Edward P. Roche. .*. 5 July, 63 

Chaplain. 



First Lieut. Samuel G. Berry, killed in action before Peters- 
burg. Va., July 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. Austin J. White, September 15, 1864, of wounds 
received in action. 

Second Lieut. Charles F. Williams, jr., September 22, 1862, 
of wounds received at the battle of South Mountain. 

Second Lieut. Masscna B. Hawes. killed accidentally at Big 
Black River, Miss., July 7, 1863. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Andrew Floyd, May 4, 1863. 

Transferred, (11.) 

Captain Joseph Gottlieb, (Brevet Major 2 April, 1865.) June 
7, 1865, to 29th Massachusetts vols. 

Captain John S. Tobey. (Brevet Major 2 April, 1865,) June 
7, 1865, to 29th Massachusetts vols. 

Captain Adoniram J. Mason, June 7, 1865, to 29th Massachu- 
setts vols. * 

Captain William H. Bent, June 7, 1865, to 29th Massachusetts 
vols. 

Captain Samuel Patch, June 7, 1865, to 29th Massachusetts 
vols. 

First Lieut. William H. Hogan, January 7, 1865, to 29th Mas- 
sachusetts vols. 

First Lieut. John M. Ellis, Juno 7, 1865, to 29th Massachu- 
setts vols. 

First Lieut. Charles S. Lloyd, June 7, 1865, to 29th Massa- 
chusetts vols. 

Second Lieut. Hiram G. Sherman, June 7, 1865, to 29th Mas- 
sachusetts vols. , 

Second Lieut. Alfred W. Terrell, June 7, 1865, to 29th Mas- 
sachusetts vols. 

Assistant Surgeon Edgar L. Carr. June 7, 1865, to 29th Mas- 
sachusetts vols. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before the 31st August, 1865. 

Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



207 



THIRTY-SIXTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
liter, Mas-., from August 17, 
1802, to August 27, 1862, to serve 
three years. It was mustered out 
or' service June 8. 1605. in accord- 
ance with orders from the War 
Department.) 

"KRLDEKTCKSBURG." "VICKSRURG." 
'" JACKsO.n," "BLUR SPR1.NGS.'' 
"-CAMPBELL STATION. '' SIEGE OF 
KNOXViLl.E," " WILD ERiX ESS," 

'•spott.sh.va.ma." '"north 

anna," "coal harbor." "pe- 
TERSBURG," "POPLAR SPRt.vG 
CHURCH," "HATCHERS RUN.'' 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Thaddeus L. Barker. . . .13 Nov., 64 

Major. 

James B. Smith 13 Nov., 64 

{Brevet Major, 6 July, 1604.) 

Captains. 

• 
T.Edward Ames 17 Nov., 63 

(Drtvct Major, 2 April, 1805.) 

John B. Fail bark 2 July 64 

William II. Hod-kins... 13 Jnly 

{Brcvit Major. 25 March. Ibb5.) 

Joseph A. Marshall 18 July, 64 

Alonzo S. Davidson 26 July, 

Henry 8. Barrage 13 8 

Philip G. Woodward 13 Nov., 

William H. Sawyer 4 Dec, 

Joseph Hancock 2 Jan., 65 

Edward T. Raymond, a. w. in. 

First Lieutenants. 

Austin Davis 1 Sent., 62 

Aug. S. Tuttle, R. Q. .V. .10 May, 63 

Jonas R. Davis 11 Feb., 64 

Edward F. Emory 9 Apr., 

Thos. H. Haskell, Adjt.. 1 July, 

George W. Harwood 26 July, 

Samuel Osborn 27 Sep't., 

Allen "vY 13 Nov., 

George A. Perlev 3 Dec, 

William H. Morrow 27 Feb., 65 

Abner R. Mott 13 Mar. , 

Daniel Wright 2 Apr. , 

Second Lieutenants. 

Lucius Field v4 Dec, 64 

Benton Phelps ■. 4 Dec, 

Charles L. Goodale 4 Dec, 

Rufus Howe 27 Feb.. 65 

Charles S. Babcock 19 April, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (6.) 

Major James H. Barker, January 29, 1863. 
Captain Christopher Sawyer, February 19. 1864. 
First Lieut. Francis B. Rice, R. Q M '., June 25. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Wilder S. Holbrook. July 3 1, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Warren Tyler, October 22, 1863. 
Chaplain Charles T. Canfield, October 23, 1863. 

Discharged, *15.) 

Colonel Henry Bowman. July 27, 1863. 

Lieut. Colonel John B. Norton, July 30, 1663. 

Lieut. Colonel Arthur A. Goodell, May 5, 1864. 

Captain Albert Prescott, April 29, 1603. 

Captain Stephen C. Warriner, April 22. 1864. 

First Lieut. Joseph W. Gird, May 19, 1863. 

First Lieut. George L. Chipman, October 23, 1S63. 

First Lieut. John C- Cutter, R. Q. M., January 2. 1864. 

FirBt Lieut. Felix McDermott, February 11, 1864. 

First Lieut. Seth A. Randlett, Adjt. February 20, 1864. 

First Lieut. Samuel ■. April 22, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry S. Robinson. July 7. 1864. 

Fi^t Lieut. William F. Brigham. January 20, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Julius M, Tucker, July 29, 1863. 

Second Lieut. John A. Rice. April 22, 

Expiration of term of service, (3.) 
Lieut. Colonel William F. Draper. October 12, 1864. 
Captain Charles W. Davis, Maich 3, 1862. 
Captain Edwin A. Morse, October 11, 1864. 

Promoted, (2.) 

First Lieut. Levi N. Smith, June 30, 1863, to Captain and 

C.S. 
Surgeon James P. Prince, May 3, 1865, to Surgeon United 

States vols. 

Died, (9.) 

Captain Christopher S. Hastings, September 9, 1863, of disease. 
Captain Henry 8. Bailey, killed in action at Spottsylvania, 

Va., May 12, 1864. 
Captain Amos Buffum, killed in action June 18, 1864. 
Captain Otis W. Holmes, June 23, 1864, of wounds. 
Captain Orange S. Sampson, killed in action at Poplar Grove 

Church, Va., September 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frederick H. Sibley, August 17, 1663, at Louisville, 

Ky. 
First Lieut. Marion P. Holmes, killed in action at Campbell's 

Station, Tenn., November 16, 1863. 
First Lieut. Henry W. Daniels, killed in action May 12, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William L. Howe, July 7, 1863. 

Missing, (2.) 

First Lieut. F. Sibley Heald, October, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William E. Shaw, October, 1862. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

First Lieut. Robert M. Cross, March 17, 1864. 



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Surgeon. 




Albert H. Bryant 4 May, 65 




Assistant Surgeon. 




Chaplain. 




Nathaniel Richardson . . .21 May, 64 





Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



209 



THIRTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Pitts- 
field, Mass., from August 30, 1862, 
to September 4, 1862, to serve three 
years. It was mustered out of ser- 
vice June 21, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment) 

"FREDERICKSBURG." "MAYRE'S 

HEIGHTS," "SALEM HEIGHTS," 
"GETTYSBURG," "RAPPAHAN- 

NOCK STATION," "WILDERNESS," 
"SPOTTSYLVANTA," "COAL HAR- 
BOR," "PETERSBURG," 'FORT 
STEVENS," "OPEQUANV 

| 

Colonel. 

Oliver Edwards 4 Sept., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Major. 

Mason W. Tyler 19 Sept. , 64 

{Brevet Major 19 Sept., 1864.) 

Captains. 

Archibald Hopkins 4 Sept., 62 

(Brevet Major 6 April, 1865.) 

Charles L. Edwards 19 May, 64 

Jonas A. Champney I July, 

(Brevet Major 6 April, 1865.) 

George H. Hyde 16 Dec, 64 

George B. Chandley 28 Jan., 65 

Francis E. Gray 18 Feb., 

George N. Jones 21 Mar., 

First Lieutenants. 

Era<tus W. Harris 22 June, 63 

William A. Calhoun 17 Sept., 64 

Hubbard M. Abbott 27 Nov., 

Albert Vincent 1 6 Dec. , 

Richard H. Taylor 1 Jan.. 65 

John W. Stockwell 28 Jan., 

William C. Morrill 17 Feb., 

(Brevet Captain 6 April, 65.) 
Edward Bridgman, R. Q. M., a. tr. m. 
James O'Connor, a. id. to. 
Flavel K. Sheldon, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Samuel E. Nichols 18 Sept., 64 

David M. Donaldson 1 Nov., 

Edward D. Taylor 27 Nov., 

Julius H. Reed 1 Jan., 65 

Joseph D. Colehan 20 Feb., 

Surgeon. 

Elisha M. White 1 Jan., 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Charles E. Inches 13 Apr., 65 

Chaplain. 

Frank C. Morse 22 Sept : 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (12.) 

Lieut. Colonel Alonzo E. Goodrich, January 16, 186*3. 

Major Eugene A. Allen, December 3, 1863. 

Captain Edwin Hurlburt, October 15, 1862. 

Captain Jarvis P. Kelly, June 4, 1863. 

First Lieut. Eli T. Blackraer, November 17, 1862. 

Firs: Lieut. J. Milton Fuller, December 29, 1862. 

First Lieut. Daniel J. Dodge, R. Q. M., January 28, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles Phelps, November 17, 1863. 

First Lieut. William Bliss, December 25, 1863. 

Second Lieut. P. Woodbridge Morgan, June 19, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Michael Harigan, November 1, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon J. James Ellis, March 10, 1863. 



Discharged, (21.) 

! Lieut. Colonel George L. Montague, (Brevet Colonel August 
1, 1864.) March 3, 1865. 

Major Marcus T. Moody, July 26, 1864. 

Captain Peter Dooley, March 9, 1863. 

Captain John B. Mulloy. April 4, 1864. 

Captain Algernon S. Flagg, May 14, 1864. 

Captain Joseph L. Hayden. September 22, 1864. 

Captain Carlos W. Wellman. October 12, 1864. 
! Captain Joshua A. Loomis. November 19, 1864. 

Captain Hugh Donnelly, January 31, 1865. 

Captain John C. Robinson. Mav 15. 1865. 

Captain Thomas G. Colt, 'Brevet Major April 6, 1865.) Mav 
23, 1865. 

First Lieut. Andrew L. Bush. February 9, 1864. 

First Lieut. James C. Chalmers, July 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. John S. Bradley, Adj't, (Brevet Captain April C, 
1865.) May 15, 1865. 
• Second Lieut. Robert A. Gray, June '^6, 1864. 

Second Lieut Elihu R, Rocktcood. August 29, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Albert C. Sparks, September 20, 1664. 

Second Lieut. Jesse Prickett. May 21, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Harris A. Cushman, June 6, 1865. 

Surgeon Charles F. Crehore, November 2, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Thomas C. Lawton, February 23, 1864. 

Died, (4.) 

Captain Franklin W. Pease, May 14, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action. 

Fir-t Lieut. Charles S. Bardwell, October 7, 1864, of woun'is 
received in action. 

Second Lieut. George E. Cooke, May 15, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action. 

Second Lieut Joseph Follansbee, May 23, 1864, of wounds 
received in action. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

First Lieut. Thomas F. Plunkett, jr.. June 2, 1663. 
Assistant Surgeon Albert L. Mitchell, December 26, 1863. 

Transferred, (3.) 

Lieut. Colonel Rufus P. Lincoln, (Brevet Colonel April 6, 
1865.) June 19, 1865, to 20th regiment Massachusetts vols. 

Captain Walter B. Smith, June 19, 1865, to 20th regiment 
Massachusetts vols. 

First Lieut. William A. Waterman, June 19, 1865, to 20th 
regiment Massachusetts vols. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

Note 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 
14 a 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



THIRTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Lynnfield, Boston, and Cambridge, 
Mass., in August, 1862, to Berve 
three years. It was mustered out 
of the service June 30, 1865, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

The following is the only official 
list of battles in which this regi- 
I ment bore an honorable part, yet 

published in orders : 

"BISLAND," " PORT HUDSON." 

Colonel. 

Timothy Ingraham 24 Aug., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

James P. Richardson, a. w. tn. 

Major. 

Charles F. Allen, a. ml m. 

Captains. 

Thomas R. Rodman 21 Aug., 62 

Tavlor T. Rundlett 23 Aug., 

John E. Smith 25 Aug., 

William H. Jewell 30 Apr., 63 

Arthur Hodges 1 June, 

George N. Bennett 14 Oct., 

Charles C. Howland ... .14 Oct., 

First Lieutenants. 

Elijah Swift 24 Aug., 62 

Timothy Ingraham, jr ..19 Aug., 63 

James T. Davis 15 Oct., 

N. Russell, jr., R. Q. AT. . 9 Jan., 64 

Albert F. Bullard 9 Jan. , 

George H. Copeland 1 May, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles Mason 1 Mar. , 63 

Charles F. Shaw 1 Sept. , 

Horatio E. Macumber . . . 1 Nov., 

Surgeon. 

Edwin F.Ward 27 Apr., 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 



Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) ' 

Lieut. Colonel David K. Wardwell, December 3, 1862. 
Captain Joseph A. Hildreth, May 21, 1863. 

Discharged, (18.) 

Captain James H. Wade, March 4, 1863. 

Captain Charles C. Doton, March 20, 1863. 

Captain J. Henry Wvman, October 25, 1864. 

First Lieut. Cephas Washburne, March 4, 1863. 

First Lieut. Osgood W. Waitt, March 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. George P. Martin, August 12, 1863. 

First Lieut. Frank A. Nash, March 7, 1864. 

First Lieut. Albert Mason, May 23, 1864. 

First Lieut. Frank W. Loring, May 25, 1864. 

First Lieut. Frank N. Scott, August 16, 1864. 

First Lieut. William H. Whitney, December 20, 1864. 

First Lieut. Eben Parsons, jr., June 23, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Morton D. Mitchell, March 23, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Jerome Washburne, December 14, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Albert Jackson, March — , 1864. 

Second Lieut. Daniel W. Bowen, August 4, 1864. 

Surgeon Samuel C. Hartwell, March 2, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon George F. Thompson, October 26, 1864. 

Promoted, (1.) 

First Lieut. Edward G. Dike, Adft, May 18, 1865, to Captain 
and A. A. G. vols. 

Died, (4.) 

Lieut. Colonel W. L. Rodman, killed in action at Port Hudson 

Mav 27, 1863. 
Captain Samuel Gault, April 13. 1863. 
Captain Julius M. Lathrop, April 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Frederick Holmes, June 14, 1863, at Port 

Hudson. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain James H. Slade, February 27, 1863. 
Captain Timothy Reed, March 8, 1863. 

Transferred, (2.) 

Captain George B. Russell, September 15, 1864 : to Veteran 

Reserve Corps. 
First Lieut. Vivian K. Spear, October 12, 1863, to Veteran 

Reserve Corps. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



211 



THIRTY-NINTH REGDIENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Lynnfield, Boston, Quincy, and 
Sommerville. Mass., from August 
13, 1862, to September 2, 1862, to 
serve three years. It was mustered 
out of service June 1, 1865, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 

"MINE RUN," " WILDERNESS," 
"SPOTTSYLVANIA," "NORTH 

ANNA," "TOLOPOTOMOY." " BE- 
THESDA CHORCH," "PETERS- 
BURG," "WELDON RAILROAD." 

Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry M. Tremlett 1 Sept., 64 

(Brevet ColonelZl March, 1865.) 

Major. 



Captains. 

Fred. R. Kinsley 15 Aug., 62 

William W. Graham 20 Aug., 

John Hutchins 20 Aug., 

Joseph J. Cooper 27 Aug., 

(Brevet Major 1 April, 1865.) 

Ezra J. Trull 2 Sept., 

Charles N. Hunt "2 Sept. , 

John D. Reed 24 Oct., 64 

William G. Sheen 1 Mar., 65 

(Brevet Major 1 April, 1865.) 

First Lieutenants. 

LukeR. Tidd 22 Aug., 62 

E. E. White, R. Q.M... 4 Sept., 

Charles H. Porter 19 Feb., 63 

Charles W. Hanson 7 Dec, 

O-ville A. Barker, Adj't.24 Oct., 64 

Henrv F. Felch 1 Nov., 

Melvflle C. Parkhurst... 1 Mar., 65 

Charles K. Conn 1 Mar.. 

William H. Brown 1 Mar., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Isaac F. R. Hosea 20 Aug. , 62 

George A. Barker 19 July, 64 

William McDevitt 2 Feb., 65 

Alpheus Thomas 2 Feb., 

Charles N. Perkins 1 Mar., 

Oliver P. Ricker 1 Mar. , 

Surgeon. 

William Thorndike 22 Jan. , 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 
John F. Butler 14 June, 64 

Chaplain. 
Edward B. French 5 Sept., 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 

Captain George S. Nelson, March 20, 1865. 

First Lieut. Emory Washburn, jr., January 24, 1863. 

Second Lieut. George H. Wiley, January 12, 1864. 

Discharged, (22.) 

Colonel Charles L. Pierson, January 4, 1865. 
Captain John I. Richardson, March 29, 1864. 
Captain Ephraira H. Brigham, September 5, 1864. 
Captain Edward A. Spear, September 9, 1864. 
First Lieut. Robert Rhodes, November 11, 1862. 
First Lieut. Perry Colman, September 1, 1863. 
First Lieut. Simon Mulligan, September 19, 1863. 
First Lieut Charles W. Thompson, May 4, 1864. 
First Lieut. Joseph J. Giles, August 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry W. Moulton, Adft, December 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. Joseph A. Meryfield, January 14, 1865. 
First Lieut. Luther F. Wyruan, February 18. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Robert Williams, February 4,«1863. 
Second Lieut. Julius M. Swain, October 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Oscar Pearsons, October 24, 1863. 
Second Lieut. T. Cordis Clark, July 19, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Edwin Mills, October 19, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John H. Dusseault, December 10, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry A. Seaverns, January 7, 1865. 
Second Lieut. C. Henry Chapman, May 25, 1865. 
Surgeon Calvin G. Page, November 16, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon James L. Chipman, May 23, 1864. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon Henrv H. Mitchell, November 1, 1863, to 
Surgeon 36th U. S. C. T. 

Died, (4.) 

Colonel Phineas S. Davis, killed in action July 11, 1864, at 

Petersburg, Va. 
Captain Willard C. Kinsley, April 2, 1865, of wounds received 

in action. 
First Lieut. Isaac D. Paull, May 8, 18^, of wounds received 

in action. 
First Lieut. William T. Spear, August 18, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



12 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



FORTIETH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Box- 
ford, Mass., from August 22, 1852. 
to September 5, 1862. to serve three 
years. It was mustered out of ser- 
vice June 16, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Guy V. Henry, EZS. p., 

B. & 9Nov., 63 

(Brevet Brig. General 28 Oct., 1864.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Pollack . 3 Apr., 65 

Major. 
Josiah L. Elder, a. w. m. 



Captains. 

WisnerPark 1 July, 63 

George F. Howard 26 Mar., 64 

Benjamin H. Linscott ... 5 Dec, 

Jesse J. Underhill 28 Dec, 

Charles A. Currier 4 Jan., 65 

James W. Bryant 6 Jan. , 

Charles E. Whitney 1 Mar., 

Charles H, BriggB 17 May, 

William K. Colby 22 May, 

First Lieutenants. 

George W. Howard 1 Mar., 63 

Louis Mathot 31 Oct., 64 

(Brevet Captain 13 Mar., 1865.) 

Charles W. Chase 4 Dec. , 

Henry A. Streeter 4 Dec, 

Kimball Easterbrook, R. 

Q. M 28 Dec, 

James A. Litchfield 1 Jan., 65 

Ebenezer Draper 6 Jan. , 

John F. Streeter 16 Jan., 

(Brevet Captain 9 April, 1865.) 
William S. Buck 16 May, 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 
Charles T. P. Hildreth . .25 Sept., 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 



Captain James T. Survey, June 1, 1863. 
Captain Henry F. Danforth, February 22, 1864 
First Lieut. John F. Piper, December 19, 1862. 



Discharged, (45.) 

Colonel Burr Porter, July 23, 1863. 
Lieut. Colonel Joseph A. Dalton. January 25, 1864. 
Major Joseph M. Day, August 26, 1863. 
Major A. P. Browne, March 5, 1864. 
Major Charles G. Cox, December 2, 1864. 
Captain Reuben L. Garlick, November 16, 1862. 
Captain Stephen D. Stocks, January 15, 1863. 
Captain Daniel H. Johnson, jr., February 27, 1863* 
Captain Charles A. Jackson, June 10, 1863. 
Captain William H. Harper, June 27, 1863. 
Captain William H. Cundy, November 23, 1863. 
Captain Richard Skinner, January 25, 1864. 
Captain Stephen C. Rose, January 25, 1864. 
Captain Edward L. Giddings, February 25, 1864. 
Captain Eugene A. Albee, April 20, 1864. 
Captain William A. Smith, September 6, 1864. 
Captain Oreb F. Mitchell, October 25, 1864. 
Captain Charles B. Leather, November 23, 1864. 
Captain Leonard G. Dennis, November 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. Joseph H. Webb, December 9, 1862. 
First Lieut. Eugene J. Mason, January 26, 1863. 
First Lieut. Benjamin H. Manning, June 10, 1863. 
First Lieut. Edward Hutchings, R. Q. ML, July 24, 1863. 
First Lieut. Daniel E. Bowen, June 1, 1864. 
First Lieut. George H. Baldwin, November 11, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frederick E. Lowell, November 30, 1864. 
First Lient. Levi Hutchins, December 14, 1£64. 
First Lieut. John F. Weare, December 21, 1864. 
First Lieut. Daniel L. Wells, April 28, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Hartwell W. Freeman, September 19, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Southworth Loring, December 19, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Osman W. Matthews, May 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut Eugene H. Richards, July 6, 1863. 
Second Lieut. James N. Howland, August 27, 1863. 
j Second Lieut. Edmund D. Bigelow, December 12, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Moulton Batchelder, January 31. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles A. Campbell, February 6, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Jacob H. Wilson, May 20, 1864. 
Surgeon Oliver E. Brewster, October 4, 1863. 
Surgeon Andrew M. Smith, March 1, 1864. 
Surgeon Samuel S. Dutton, May 11, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Jonathan Cass, July 27, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Ephraim C. Merriam, July 7, 1864. 
Chaplain J. H. Thayer, May 17, 1863. 
Chaplain Augustus M. Haskell, March 6, 1864. 

Promoted, (2.) 

Captain Horatio Jenkins, jr., February 18, 1865, to Lieut. 

Colonel 4th Massachusetts cavalry. 
Assistant Surgeon Paul C. Garvin, May 25, 1664, to Surgeon 

4th regiment Massachusetts cavalry. 



Died, (5.) 

Lieut Colonel George E. Marshall, killed in action at Coal 
Harbor, Va., June i, 1864. * 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



213 



Chaplain. 
Edward Barker 25 Nov., 64 



First Lieut. George C. Bancroft, killed in action at Coal Har- 
bor. Va., June 1, 1864. 

First Lieut. Edward Carleton, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 
Va., June 3, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Augustus F. Webb, killed in action before Fort 
Wagner, August 20. 1863. 

Second Lieut. J. A. Fitch, killed in action at Chapin's Farm, 
Va., September 30, 1864. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



214 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



*FORTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 
(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readville, Mass., November 11, 
1862. for nine months. It was 
mustered out August 20, 1863, by 
reason of expiration of term of 
service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Isaac S. Burrell 11 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Joseph Stedman 11 Nov. , 62 

Major. 

Frederick G. Stiles 11 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

Hiram S. Coburn 13 Sept., 62 

Alfred N. Proctor 16 Sept., 

Cyrus Savage 16 Sept, 

George Sherive 20 Sept, 

Davis W. Baily 24 Sept, 

John D. Cogswell 30 Sept., 

Orville W. Leonard 11 Oct, 

George P. Davis 14 Oct, 

Ira B. Cook 12 Nov., 

John W. Emerson 2 Apr., 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Martin Burrell, jr 13 Sept. , 62 

Albert E. Proctor 16 Sept , 

Samuel F. White 16 Sept. , 

William H. Cowdin 20 Sept., 

Charles C. Phillips 24 Sept., 

Timothy M. Duncan 30 Sept., 

Isaac B. White 11 Oct., 

Charles A. Davis, A dft.. 11 Nov., 
Chas. B. Burrell, R.Q. Mil Nov., 

Henry A. Harding 9 Jan., 63 

Benjamin C. Tinkham ..24 Mar., 
Augustus Ford 2 Apr., 

Second Lieutenants. 

John P. Burrell 13 Sept. , 62 

Benjamin F. Bartlett 16 Sept. , 

Darius F. Eddv 20 Sept. , 

Augustus L. Gould 24 Sept., 

Lyman A. Powers 30 Sept., 

Joseph C. Clafford, a. w. m. 
Joseph Sanderson, a. w. m. 
Brown P. Stowell, a. ic. m. 
Thadeus H. Newcomb, a. u>. m. 

Surgeon. 

Ariel L Cummings 11 Nov. , 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 
Thomas B. Hitchcock. ..11 Nov., 62 
Rush B. Heintzelman . ..27 Dec, 

Chaplain. 
George J. Sanger 15 Nov., 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



Captain Charles A. Pratt. March 28. 1863. 
Second Lieut. J. Martin Gorham, May 13, 1863. 



Discharged, (1.) 
First Lieut David A. Partridge, March 5, 1863. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster cut. 
* For 41st regiment see 3d regiment of cavalry 



YASSACHUSETT3 INFANTRY. 



215 



FORTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 

(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readville. Mass., from September 
12, 1862, to October 25, 1662. for 
nine months. It was mustered out 
July 30, 1863, by reason of expira- 
tion of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Charles L. Holbrook 25 Oct. , 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

JohnC. Whiton 25 Oct., 62 

Major. 

Everett Lane 25 Oct., 62 

Captains. 

ThomasG. Whytal 12 Sept., 62 

Charles W. Soule 12 Sept., 

J. Emory Round 16 Sept., 

Henry Doane 20 Sept., 

George B. Hanover 20 Sept.. 

William B. Fowlejr 24 Sept, 

George O. Tyler 24 Sept, 

Edward G. Quincy 11 Oct., 

Henry J. Hallgreen 20 Oct., 

Josiah Soule, jr. , a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Edward A. Sumner 12 Sept., 62 

Henry S. Bates 12 Sept. . 

Lucien P. Kimpton 16 Sept, 

William Bradbury 20 Sept. , 

Augustine Sanderson 24 Sept, 

Robert Torrey, jr 24 Sept, 

William Jordan 11 Oct., 

George Chadbourne 20 Oct., 

Ly sander Poole 22 Oct., 

JamesM. Whitney, Adft.%5 Oct., 
Henry A. Turner, R. Q.M. 25 Oct., 

George H. Nickerson 4 June, 63 

Second Lieutenants. 

James Schouler 12 Sept., 62 

Nathan S. Oakman 12 Sept., 

John W.Fletcher 16 Sept., 

Dan'l C. Colesworthy, jr. 20 Sept., 

John F. Tbaver 24 Sept., 

Oliver H. Webber 24 Sept, 

John C. Sanborn 11 Oct., 

Lucius A. Wheelock, a. it. m. 
Charles M. Upham, a. tc. m. 
Joseph B. Warne, a. ic. m. 

Surgeon. 

A. Carter Webber 25 Oct., 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Henry O. Marcy 5 May. 63 

Chaplain. 
Jacob M. Manning 25 Oct., 62 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (2.) 

First Lieut. Joseph W. Paine, June 2. 1563. 
Assistant Surgton Augustns Mason, March 17, 1863. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Second Lieut. James A. Blanchard, November 3. 
First Lieutenant 1st regiment Massachusetts volunteer 
artillery. 



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216 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



FORTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 
(MILITIA.) 
(This regiment was organized at 
Readville, Mass., in September, 
1862, Tor nine months. It was mus- 
tered out June 18, 1863, in conse- 
quence of expiration of term of 
service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Francis L. Lee 12 Sept., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edward C. Cabot 12 Sept., 62 

Afq;'or. 

Charles W. Dabney, jr. .12 Sept., 62 

Captains. 

James M. Richardson . . .12 Sept., 62 

John M. Griswold 12 Sept. , 

Henry D. Sullivan 12 Sept.. 

Spencer W. Richardson. 12 Sept., 

Charles Storrow 12 Sept. , 

Charles Hunt 12 Sept., 

William V. Smith 12 Sept., 

Joseph R. Kendall 12 Sept. , 

George B. Lombard 15 Jan., 63 

Richard H. Wild 15 Jan., 

First Lieutenants. 

F. Bush, jr., R. Q. M . . .12 Sept., 62 

Jared Coffin 12 Sept, 

James H. Blake, jr 12 Sept., 

James S. Newell 12 Sept., 

JnmesC. White 12 Sept., 

Edward C. Johnson 12 Sept., 

William D. Hooper 12>Sept., 

John A. Kendrick, jr 18 Oct., 

Frederick T. Brown 15 Jan., 63 

William Hedge 15 Jan., 

Theodore E. Taylor .... 1 May, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles G. Kendall 12 Sept., 62 

James W. Briggs 12 Sept. , 

Asa H. Stebbins 12 Sept., . 

James S. Crimston 12 Sept., 

Frederic Odiorne 12 Sept. , 

Albert R. Howe 12 Sept., 

Benjamin F. Field, jr. ..12 Sept., 

Charles C. Soule 27 Oct., 

John Parkinson, jr 15 Jan., 63 

Horace S. Stebbins, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

Theodore W. Fisher 10 Apr., 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Daniel McPhee 26 Mar., 63 

Chaplain. 
Edward H. Hall 12 Sept., 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 

Captain Frank W. Reynolds, December 28, 1862. 
Captain Jacob H. Lombard, January 7, 1863. 
First Lieut. Frank H. Forbes, Sebtember 12, 1862. 

Discharged, (2.) 

P'irst Lieut. Alfred S. Hartwell, March 31, 1863. 
First Lieut. Wallace Hinckley, Adjt, May 29, 1863. 

Died, (1.) 

Surgeon Robert Ware, April 10, 1863, of disease, at Washing- 
ton, N. C. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



217 



FORTY-FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readville, MaBS., from the26:h day 
of September, 1862, to the 28th day 
of October, 1862, for nine months. 
It was mustered out July 7, 1863, 
by reason of expiration of term of 
service.) 



(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Charles R. Codman 28 Oct , 62 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Oliver W. Peabody 28 Oct., 62 

Major. 
Russell Sturgesa, jr 28 Oct., 62 



Captains. 

Joseph M. Churchill 26 Sept., 62 

Edward J. Minot 26 Sept. , 

Nathaniel W. Bumstead-26 Sept., 

Thomas B. Wales, jr 26 Sept., 

Edward P. Daland 26 Sept., 

Joseph Murdoch 26 Sept., 

Charles O. Rich 7 Oct., 

George H. Humans 7 Oct., 

George P. Denny, a.w m, 
X.ewis W. Tap pan, jr., a. w. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

William S. Bond 26 Sept, 

Harrison Gardner 26 Sept., 

Samuel Thaxter 26 Sept., 

AlpheusH. Hardy 26 Sept., 

Samuel C. Ellis 26 Sept., 

Theodore A.Thayer 26 Sept., 

John D. Thompson 7 Oct., 

Charles H. Walker 7 Oct., 

G. C. Winsor, Adft 28 Oct., 

F. A. Dewson, R. Q. ilf..28 Oct., 
George E. Pond, a. w. m. 
Alfred Winsor, jr., a. k. m. 



Casualties. 

Discharged. (1) 
Second Lieut. Benjamin H. Ticknor, May 31, 1B53. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



219 



FORTY-SIXTH REGIMENT. 
(MILITIA.) 
(This regiment was organized at 
Camp Bank3, Mass., from Septem- 
ber 25, 1862, to October 30, 1662, 
for nine months. It was mustered 
out July 29, 1863, by reason of ex- 
piration of term of gervice.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet publishedin orders.) 

Colonel. 

William S. Shurtleflf 5 Feb., 63 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Lucius B. Walkly 5 Feb., 63 

Major. 

Samuel B. Spooner 6 Feb., 63 

Captains. 

William G. Leonard ... 25 Sept., 62 

David E. Grimes 25 Sept., 

Daniel E. Kingsbury 15 Oct., 

Andrew Campbell 15 Oct., 

James M. Justin 15 Oct., 

Russell H. Conwell 15 Oct., 

Francis D. Lincoln 15 Oct., 

Francis C. Cook 15 Oct., 

John Avery 22 Oct., 

Lewis A. Tift 6 Feb., 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Reuben DeWitt 25 Sept., 62 

George H. Knapp 25 Sept., 

Joseph G. Noble 15 Oct., 

Charles U. Ely 15 Oct., 

George H. Howe 15 Oct., 

William Shaw 3 5 Oct. , 

Elisha C. Tower 22 Oct,, 

James G. Smith, Adj't. . .30 Oct., 
H. M. Morehouse, R. Q.Af-30 Oct., 

Amos O. Kcuney 7 Jan., 63 

Gideon Wells 6 Feb., 

Second Lieutenants. 

David Bronson 25 Sept., 62 

N. Saxton Cooley.. 25 Sept., 

Joseph T. Spear 15 Oct., 

Julius M. Lyon 15 Oct., 

George S. Dixon 15 Oct. , 

George M. Stewart 22 Oct., 

.George B. Plummer 7 Jan., 63 

William S. LoomJs 7 Jan., 

Daniel J. Marsh, a. w. m. 
Charles H. Kirkland, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

James H. Waterman 30 Oct., 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Thomas Gilfillan 30 Oct., 62 

Chaplain. 
George W. Gorham 7 Nov., 62 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (2.) 

First Lieut. Henry Wheeler, December 30, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Lathrop Lee, December 6, 1862. 



Discharged, (4.) 

Colonel George Bowler, Januaiy 23, 1863. 
First Lieut. Horace Heath, Junuary 21, 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles Fay, June 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Fordyce A. Dyer, June 8, 1863. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



FORTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Boxford, Mans., October 16, 1862, 
to serve nine months. It was mus- 
tered out of service September 1, 
1863, by reason of expiration of 
term.) 


Casualties. 

Resigned, (3.) 

Captain John W. McGregor, December 20, 1862. 
Captain Lemuel T. Starkey, January 27, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles B. Spencer, December 22, 1862. 


(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 


Discharged, (3.) 


Colonel. , 

Lucius B. Marsh 7 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 


First Lieut. Albert H. Townsend, June 2, 1863. 
Second Lieut, William B. Rand, January 29, 1863. 
Chaplain George H. Hepworth, February 11, 1863. 


Albert Stickney 7 Nov., 62 




Major. 
Austin S. Cushman 7 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

Charles Callender 22 Sept., 62 

Richard Banett 15 Oct. , 


Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. Jared Shepard, July 1, 1863, at IL S. Barraokn, 
New Orleans, La, 


Samuel 0. Laforest 16 Oct., 

Edwin L. Bird 24 Oct., 

Josiah A. Osgood 31 Oct., 

Aipheus Hyatt 8 Nov., 

Joseph Burt, jr 12 Nov., 

John P. Burbeck 10 Dec, 

Edward B. P. Kinsley .. 1 Feb., 63 
Everett S. Horton 2 Feb., 




First Lieutenants. 




Charles G. Pease 22 Sept., 62 

Frank S. Graper 23 Sept., 

Humphrey H. Buttrick..l5 Oct., 
Grenville"G. Redding ...16 Oct., 

Lewis E. Muuroe 31 Oct., 

Eli C Kinsley, Adj't.... 7 Nov., 
Geo. N. Nichols. R.Q.M. 7 Nov., 

Charles B. Stevens 8 Nov., 

"William H. Topham 12 Nov., 

George L. Shaw 10 Dec, 

Thomas A. Cranston 3 Aug., 63 




Second Lieutenants. 




Benjamin F. Hatch 22 Sept., 62 

George F. Hall 15 Oct., 

James W. Converse 31 Oct., 

Samuel J. Blain 12 Nov., 

Stephen S. Harris £8 Nov., 




Moses W. Comsett 23 Dec, 

Charles P. Blaisdell 24 Dec, 

Bernard E. Barker 2 Feb., 63 

George A. Buttler 8 June, 




Surgeo7i. 




John Blackmer 7 Nov. , 62 




Assistant Surgeon. 




Frederick W. Mercer 7 Nov., 62 




Chaplain. 




Edward W. Clark 25 Mar. , 63 





Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. . 



22 1 



FORTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

(MILITIA.) 

(Thi* regiment was organized at Bos- 
ton, Wenham, and Lakeville, 
Mass., from September 16, 1862, to 
November 15, 1862, to serve nine 
months. It was mustered out Sep- 
tember 3, 1863, by reason of expi- 
ration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 

Eben F.Stone 8 Dec, 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Eben P. Stanwood, a. w. m. 

Major. 

George Wheatland, jr. . . 8 Dec, 62 

Captains. 

William S. Pettengill ...23 Sept., 62 

BeDjamin F. Noyes 24 Sept., 

James C. Rogers 25 Sept., 

J.Scott Todd 1 Nov., 

Edgar J. Sherman 3 Nov., 

Charles Howes 12 Dec, 

Calvin M. Woodward . . .13 Dec, 
Mesefl B. Merrill, a.w.m. 
Robinson N. Schoff, a. w. m. 
Francis M. Smith, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Henry G. Rollins .24 Sept., 62 

William Lord 24 Sept., 

Peter O. C. Trawley 25 Sept., 

F. Gilbert Ogden, Adft.. 8 Dec, 
H. W. Durjen, II Q. M. . 8 Dec, 

Ira F. Lawry 13 Dec, 

Loach Clark 28 Dec, 

Nicholas N. Noyes 2 Feb. , 63 

John W. Ricker 8 May, 

James A. Emery 12 June, 

Leverett Brown 24 June, 

John F.Ford 24 July, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles P. Morrison 16 Sept., 62 

James Wilson 24 Sept., 

Survington S.Burnett ..24 June, 63 

William Boyd 24 June, 

James Baasett 24 June, 

James S. Walsh 8 July, 

George Wiley 24 July, 

Samuel Coffin, a. tc. m. 
William B. Harding, a. w. m. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (8.) 

Captain John B. Moran, October 18, 1862. 
Captain Timothy T. Teaffe, November 1, 1862. 
Captain Michael C. McGuire, December 22, 1862. 
| First Lieut. James Walsh, October 18, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles Sanders, June 20, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Thomas J. Gargan, October 18, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Dennis J. Gorman, November 1, 1862. 
Second Lieut Henry I. Bellew, March 7, 1863. 

Discharged, (5.) 

First Lieut. John Read, March 1, 1863. 
First Lieut. John O. Currier, March 10, 1863. 
First Lieut, William E. Rudderham, March 10, 1863. 
Second Lieut William J. Hartnett, March 1, 1863. 
Second Lieut John S. O'Brien, March 10, 1863. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

First Lieut, Charles F. Donnelly, November 1, 1862. 
First Lieut John J. Tewksbury, May 7, 1863. 

Died, (2.) 

Lieut. Colonel James O'Brien, killed in action at ^.? Hud- 
son, La., May 27, 1863. 

Second Lieut. James McGinniss, June 21, 1863, of wfcnnda re- 
ceived in action. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 




YorickG. Hurd 8 Dec, 62 




Assistant Surgeon. 


. 


Francis F. Brown 8 Dec, 62 


Chaplain. 




SamuelJ. Spanlding 8 Dec, 62 





Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



223 



FORTY-NINTH REGIMENT. 

(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Pittsfield, Mass., from September 
18, 1862, to October 28, 1862, to 
serve nine months. It was mus- 
tered out of service September 1, 
1863, by reason of expiration of 
term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an' honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

William F. Bartlett 19 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel B. Sumner 19 Nov., 62 

Major. 

Charles T. Plunkett ....19 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

Israel C. Weller 18 Sept., 62 

Charles R. Garlick 19 Sept., 

Horace D. Train 19 Sept., 

Benjamin A. Morey 20 Sept., 

Francis W. Parker 21 Sept., 

Augustus V Shannon. ..28 Oct., 

Zenas C. Rennie 28 Oct., 

Byron Weston 28 Oct., 

George R. Lingenfelter.. 3 July, 63 
Samuel J. Chaffee, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Charles W. Kniffin 19 Sept., 62 

Daniel B. Foster 19 Sept., 

Joseph Tucker 19 Sept., 

Robert T. Sherman 19 Sept., 

Edson T. Dresser 20 Sept., 

Robert B. Harvie 2. 1 Sept., 

Benj. C. Mifflin, Adj't ..Ai Nov., 
H. B. Brewster, It. Q. AT, 19 Nov., 
Frederick A. Francis 31 Dec, 

Second Lieutenants. 

H. Dwight Sisson 19 Sept., 62 

Robert W. Noble 19 Sept., 

Henry M. Lyons 21 Sept., 

DeWittS. Smith 28 Oct., 

William A. Nichols 28 Oct., 

John Doojittle 31 Dec, 

Thomas Siggins 15 April, 63 

Sanford B. Gleason 15 April, 

George Reed 25 May, 

James N. Strong 24 June, 

Surgeon. 

Frederick Winsor, a. w. m. 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Albert R. Rice, a. w. m. 

Joseph B. Reynolds 24 May, 63 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 

First Lieut. George W. Clark, December 26, 1862. 
First Lieut. Rascoe C. Taft, May 30, 1863. 

Discliarged, (4.) 

First Lieut. LeRoy S. Kellogg, May 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut. George H. Sweet, December 26, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William M. Wells, January 24, 1863. 
Second Lieut Henry G. Morey, January 8, 1863. 

Vied, (2.) 

First Lieut. Burton D. Deming, killed in action, Port Hudson, 

La., May 27, 1863. 
First Lieut. Isaac E. Judd, June 13, 1863, of wounds received 

in action at Port Hudson, La. 



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224 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



FIFTIETH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Boxford, Mass., from September 
15, 1862, to November 11, 1862, for 
nine months. It was mustered out 
August 24, 1863, by reason of ex- 
piation of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
Carlos P. Messer 11 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

John W. Locke 11 Nov. , 62 

Major. 

John Hodges, jr 11 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

George D. PutDam 15 Sept., 62 

Darius N. Stevens 19 Sept., 

Josiah W. Coburn 19 Sept., 

Samuel F. Littleficld 9 Sept., 

Samuel W. Duncan 9 Sept., 

George W. Edwards 19 Sept., 

John G. Barnes 19 Sept., 

Cyrus Hobbs ' 29 Sept., 

Nicholas Power 30 Sept., 

First Lieutenants. 

Robert W. Reeves 15 Sept., 62 

Samuel C. Trull 19 Sept., 

John S. Coney 19 Sept., 

Horace M. Warren 19 Sept. , 

George W. Wallace 19 Sept., 

John P. Bradstreet 19 Sept.. 

Henry T. Holmes 29 Sept., 

JohnJ. O'Gorman 30 Sept., 

H. A. Wentwoith, Adft .11 Nov., 
H. D. Degan, R. Q. M . . .11 Nov., 
David Boynton, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Wm. B.Upton 15 Sept., 62 

Win. H. Kurd 15 Sept., 

Frederick Cochrane 19 Sept., 

Oramcl G. Abbott 19 Sept. , 

James D. Draper 19 Sept., 

James H. Rundlett 19 Sept., 

Wm. P. Daniels 29 Sept., 

Martin Hayes 30 Sept., 

Ira Hard 19 Nov., 

Andrew F. Stowe. a. w. m. 



Surgeon. 
Wm. Cogswell 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (2.) 

First Lieut. Edward W. Phillips. July 16, 1863. 
Chapiain Robert Hassell, March 10, 1863. 

Discharged, (I.) 

Captain John L. Ward, July 24, 1863. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

First Lieut. William M. Roberts, November 15, 1862. 

Died, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon Nathaniel W. French, April 14, 1863, at 
Baton Rouge, La. 



.11 Nov., 6; 



* 



Assistant Surgeon. 

John Hancock 19 July, 63 

Chaplain. 



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-ACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



225 



FIFTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

(Th ; s regiment -was organized at 
Wore Bter, Maw., from September 
2."). L862. to October 30. 1862, to 
serve nine months. It was nm*- 
tere 1 out of service July . 
by reason of expiration of term.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment here an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Augustus B. R. Sprague.ll Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

John M. Studley 11 Nor., 62 

Major. 

Elijah A. Harkuess 11 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

Edwin A. Wood 2a Sept., 62 

William Fisk Wheeler. . .2.) Sept.. 

Thomas D. Kimball 25 Sept., 

Horace Hobbs 25 8 

I). W.Kimball 25 - 

George Buscoinb 30 

George W. Prouty 30 8 

John B. Baldwin 14 Oct., 

John B. Goodell 24 Dec. 

Lucien M. Thayer 18 May, 63 

First Lieutenants. 

Marcena B. White 25 Sept., 62 

J. H. Howe 2:. - 

Charles P. Window 23 Sept.. 

Euther Capron. jr 30 Sept., 

John W. Sanderson 2 Oct., 

Charles H. Peck 14 Oct., 

J. Stewart Brown. Ad/'t 11 Nov., 
B. B. Dwinnell, R. Q. M 21 Hoy., 

Euther H. Bigelow 24 Dec, 

Emory Rogers 7Feb., 63 

Sila> 8. Joy 7 Feb., 

Ezekiel Packard 1 June, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Calvin N. Harrington 25 Sept.. 62 

Jacob M. Baker 25 - 

George F. Jourdan 25 Sept., 

IE. N.C"leman 25 g 

George W. Dodd 30 Sept., 

Joel II. Prouty 30 Sept., 

Samuel S. Eddy 14 Oct., 

Orlando Beniis 24 Dec. 

Charles N. Moore 1 June, 63 

Surgcor.. 

George Jewett 30 Nov. , 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

J. Homer Darling 11 Nov., 62 

Paul C. Garvin, a. ic. m. 

Chaplain. 



C-VSUALTIIS. 

Fromoted, (1.) 

Captain Thomas W. Iligginson, November 10, 1862, to Colo 
nel 33d U. S. T. C. 

Resigned, (1.) 

First Lieut. Harrison T. Bradish. May 23, 1863. 

Discharged. (3.) 

First Lieut Francis W. Adams, January 25. 1863. 

First Lieut Sibley Emery. June fi, 1663. 

Second Lieut. Charles O. Storrs, January 17, 1863. 

Distnisscd. (1.) 

Capt. William Hunt. February 7. 1863. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is gi>— - ** it stood on the day of muster out 

15 a * 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



FIFTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Greenfield, Mass., in October, 1862, 
to serve nine months. It was mus- 
tered out August M, 1863, by rea- 
son of expiration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
Halbert S. Greenleaf ....19 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel J. Storrs 19 Nov., 62 

Major. 

Henry Winn 19 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

Alanson B. Long 2 Oct, , 62 

Mark II. Spauldmg 2 Oct., 

Alvah P. Nelson 11 Oct., 

Lucian II. Stoue 11 Oct., 

William Perkins 11 Oct., 

Charles E. Tileston 11 Oct., 

Edwin C. Bissell 11 Oct., 

Horace Ilosford, a. w. m. 
Josiah A. Richmond, a. to. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Eben S. Hulbert .• 2 Oct., 62 

Edwin C. Clark, R. Q. M. 2 Oct., 

Leonard B. Rice 11 Oct., 

Alfonso A. Ballou 11 Oct. , 

S. Alonzo Williams 11 Oct., 

Lucius C. Taylor 11 Oct., 

Lewis Clapp 11 Oct., 

Jefford M. Decker, Adj't.VJ Nov., 
John R. Hillman, a. ic. m. 
Samuel F. Edwards, a. w. m. 
Ansel K. Bradford, a. w. m. 
Justin P. Kellogg, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 
Frauklin C. Severance .. 2 Oct., 62 

John W. Buddington 11 Oct., 

Marshal S. Steams 11 Oct., 

Malcolm Bridgman 11 Oct. , 

James W. Clark 11 Oct., 

Henry P. Bilings 11 Oct., 

Luther A. Clark, a. w. m. 
Oliver P. Edgerton, a. w. m. 
Samuel H. Blackwell, a. w. m. 
Asa A. Spear, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

Frederick A. Sawyer 19 Nov., 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

John II. Richardson 19 Nov., 62 

Henry M. Sabin 25 May, 63 

Chaplain. 
John F. Moors 21 Nov. . 62 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (1.) 
Captain Fred. M. Patrick, October 29, 1862. 



Died, (I.) 

Captain George S. Bliss, June 16, 1863, of wounds received 
in action before Port Hudson, La. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



227 



FIFTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 
(MILITIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Groton. Mass.. from October 17, 
188J, to November 6, 18G2, to serve 
nine mouths. It was mustered out 
September 2 r 1863. by reason of 
expiration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

John W. Kimball 3 Dec, 62 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (4.) 



Captain Eugene T. Willis, January 23, 1863. 
Captain Andrew J. Clough, January 23, 1863. 
Second Lieut. William T. Freeman, March 26, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Daniel W. Tuttle, May 18, 1863. 

Died, (5.) 

Captain Jerome K. Taft, July 2, 18G2, of wounds. 
Captain George H. Bailey, May 27, 1863, of wounds. • 
First Lieut. George G. Nutting, killed in action at Fort Bis- 
land, La., April 13. 1863. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 


r irsi l^ieut. Aiireu it. i_Tiover 
son, La., June 14, 1863. 


, &mea in action ai jrorc nuu- 


George Barrett 3 Dec, 62 


First Lieut. Josiah 11. Vose, 


June 16, 1863, at Springfield 


Major. 


Landing, Mo. 




James A. Pratt 13 Dec, 62 






Captains. 






FanvellF. Fay 17 Oct., 62 






John G. Mudge 17 Oct., 






John F. Ashley 17 Oct. , 






Jonas Corev 18 Oct., 






Joel A. Stratton 6 Nov., 






Lvman Woodward 13 Dec, 






Edward R. Washburn* .13 Dec, 






Samuel B. Breman 13 Dec. 






Anson D. Fessenden 22 May, 63 






First Lieutenants. 






Pliny H. Babbitt 17 Oct., 62 






Benjamin H. Brown 17 Oct , 






Churl., i W. I'pham 17 Oct., 






George E. Priest 18 Oct., 






Charles B. Wilson 18 Oct., 






Henry A. Willis, Adj't ..13 Dec, 






E. A." Brown. R. Q. M.. 13 Dec, 






Pierson T. K. Burpee. -.13 Dec, 






Stephen W. Longley . . . .22 May, 63 






Henry T. Pratt 10 June, 






Charles E. Fisher 2 July* 






John C. Ayers 2 July, 






Second Lieutenants. 






Varnum V. \ ougham . . .17 Oct., 62 






Abijah L. Shattuck 17 Oct., 






JohuD. Edgell 17 Oct., 






Oscar A. Battles 18 Oct., 






James W. Hall 6 Nov., 






Russell Corinth 13 Dec, 






Edward W. Toombs. ... 13 Dec, 






Frederick A. Hale 21 May, 63 






Clesson Kenny 22 May, 






Surgeon. 






JohnQ. A. McAlister...l3 Dec, 62 






Assistant Surgeons. 






William L. Bond 3 Dec, 62 






William M. Barrett 6 Dec, 






Chaplain. 






Benjamin J. Whitimore, a. to. m. 







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228 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



-FIFTY-SIXTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readville. Maes., from December 
26, 1863,' to February 24, 1864, to 
serve three years. It was mus- 
tered out of service July 12, 1863, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

"WILDERNESS," "NORTH ANNA," 
"SPOTTSYLVANIA," "COAL HAR- 
BOR," "PETERSBURG," "WJELDOS 
RAILROAD," "POPLAR SPRING 
CHURCH," "HATCHER'S RUN." 

Colonel. 
Stephen M. Weld, jr.... 31 May, 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Horatio D. Jarves 1 Aug. , 64 

Major. 

Zabdiel B. Adams 2 Apr., 65 

{Brevet Major, 2 April, 1865.) 

Captains. 

James W. Cartwright. ..10 June. 64 

Hiram S. Shurtleff 11 Aug.. 

James McArdle 15 Oct., 

Warren B. Galucia 21 Oct., 

John H. Jeffrey 15 Mar., 65 

Leodegar M. Lipp 13 Apr., 

George A. Fletcher 4 May, 

William C. Severson, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Edward Rose 15 Sept., 64 

{Brevet Captain, 2 April, 1865.) 

James A. Littlefield 4 Dec, 64 

John H. Emerson 12 Dec, 

John W. Mayloan 7 Jam, 65 

Edwin A. Wallace 25 Feb., 

William H. Cadwell 25 Feb. , 

George S. Todd 29 Apr., 

Joseph Knott, a. to. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 
T. Fletcher Oakes 19 Aug., 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Horatio S. Soule 2 Dec, 63 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 

Captain Thomas R. Keenan, September 20, 1864. 
First Lieut, Daniel F. French, June 28, 1865. 

Discharged, (19.) 

Captain J. Albert Pratt, May 16, 1864. 

Captain John F. Thaver, Julv 6, 1864. 

Captain Granville G. Redding, July 6, 1864. 

Captain Charles J. Mills, August 6, 1864. 

Captaiis Charles D. Lamb, December 28, 1864. 

Captain Wilson W. Fay, May J 5, 1865. 

Captain Abiiah Hollis, June 26; 1865. (Brevet Major April 

2, 1665.) 
Lirst Lieut. Albert TV. Fessende7i, March 3, 1864. 
First Lieut. George P. Ladd, R. Q. M., June 29, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edward F. Litfleheid. October 21. 1864. 
First Lieut, Rawlins T. Atkins, R. Q. M.. February 17, 1865. 
First Lieut. Frank A. Mitchell, March 13, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Herbert G. Coffin, April 3, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Antipas Newton, April 20, 1864. 
Second Lieut, John J. Davis, May 19, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Levi L. Aldrich, Junt 17, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Freman C. Luce, September 2, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Robert C. Harrington, April, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Jerome E. Roberts, June 25, 1864. 

Disrnissed, (2.) 

Captain James W. George, May 1, 1864. 
First Lieut Albert G. Fellows, July 21, 1864. 

Died, (5.) 

Colonel Charles E. Griswold, killed in action at Wilderness, 
Va., May 6, 1864. 

Captain Robert J. Cowdin, killed in action at Shady Grove, 
Va., June 3, 1864. 

Captain Wallace A. Putnam, June 20, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at North Ajnna river. 

Captain Ansel B. Randall, killed in action April 2. 1865. 

First Lieut. John D. Priest, June 22, 1864, of wounds. 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 

* The 54th and 55th regiments are colored troops, and were organized in the State of Massachusetts 
at large. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



001 



FIFTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Wor- 
cester and Readville, Mass., from 
January 4, 1864, to April 6, 1864, 
to serve three years. It was mus- 
tered out of service July 30, 186.3, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 



WILDERNESS," "SPOTT?VLVANIA," 
'•NORTH ANNA," "COAL HAR- 
BOR," "PETERSBURG." "WELDON 
RAILROAD," "POPLAR SPRING 
CHURCH," "HATCHER'S RUN." 



Colonel. 

Napoleon B. McLaughlin, 

iJ. a 17 Dec, 62 

(Brevet Brig GcneralZO Sept., 1864.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Julius M. Tucker 2 Sept., 64 

Major. 
Ezra P. Gould 16 Dec, 64 



Captains. 

Frederick Cochran 23 April, 64 

Henry C. Ward 24 Oct., 

Henry L. Swords 24 Oct., 

Albert W. Cook 12 Nov., 

Levi C. Bracket! 14 Dec, 

(Brevet Major 2 April, 1865.) 

Henry M. Cross 2 May, 65 

BeDJumin F. Chesley 19 May, 

(Brevet Captain 25 March, 1865.) 

John Foley 29 May, 

Henry A. Smith 3 June, 

(Brevet Captain 25 March, 1865.) 
Albert Pinder 6 June, 

First Lieutenants. 

Geo. E. Priest, R. Q. M.. 7 Nov., 63 

Albert Dotv, Adj't £8 July, 64 

(Brevet Captain 18 Aug., 1864.) 

James Gibson 25 Dec, 

Henry M. lie 3 Jan., 65 

Edwin F. Potter 3 Jan., 

James H. Marshall 3 Feb. , 

William A. Bearce 17 Mav, 

Jobut n S. Smith 17 May, 

Benj. R. Symouds 17 May, 

Charles L. Darling 19 May, 

George Adams 26 June, 

Samuel Currier 26 June, 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 



1364. 



Lieut. Colonel E. P. Hollister, April 26, 

Major J. W. Cashing, May 26, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Frank R. Young, December 29, 1663. 



Discharged, (20.) 

Captain Levi Laurence, September 19, 1864. 

Captain John W. Sanderson, November 10, 1864 

Captain Alfred O. Hitchcock, May 26. 1865. 

Captain George E. Barton, June 26, 18 

First Lieut. Thomas Sturgis, June — , 1865. 

First Lieut. Edward 8. Dewey, September 20. 1864 

First Lieut. Charles D. Hollis, October 13, IS 

First Lieut. John L. Goodwin, November 29. 1864. 

First Lieut. John II. Cook. Decf mber 27. 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles Barker. December 27, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Reyee, June 26, 1865. - 

Second Lieut. Charles S. Lee, May 18, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Henry B. Fieke, Septembers, 1864. 

Second Lieut. George S. Green, October 5, 1 - 

Second Lieut. William Kinney, October 8, 1664. 

Second Lieut. James W. Kearney. December ~'7, 1864. 

Second Lieut. John Anderson. January 21, IE 

Second Lieut. John Reade, May 17. 1865. 

Second Lieut. James Peacock. June 12. 1865. 

Assistant Surgeon Charles O. Carpenter, January 30, 1865. 



Promoted, (2.) 

Colonel William F. Bartlett, June 20, 1864, to Brigadier Gen- 
eral vols. 

Captain Joseph W. Gelray, December 7, 1864, to Major 4th 
Massachusetts heavy artillery. 



Dismissed, (1.) 
Assistant Surgeon Charles E. Heath, January 28, 1865. 



Died, (10.) 

Lieut. Colonel Charles L. Chandler, killed in action at North 

AnDa river, Va.. May 24. 1864. 
Major Albert Prcscott.' killed in action at Petersburg, Va., 

July 30, 1864. 
Captain Joseph W. Gird, killed at battle of the Wilderness, 

May 6, 1664. 
Captain Edson T. Dresser, killed at Petersburg, Va., July 30, 

1864. 
Captain George H. Howe, killed in action at Petersburg, Va., 

July 30, 1864. 



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MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Charles L Defose 26 June, 65 

Henry F. Fletcher 26 June, 

Patrick Gilmore 26 June, 

Charles F. Sherman 26 June, 

Charles B. Barnard 26 June, 

Charles H. A. Sargent.. 26 June, 
Charles H. Pinkham. . . .26 June, 



Surgeon. 
Whitman V. White 5 Dec, 63 

Assistant Surgeons. 

David S. Clark 26 Mar., 65 

Michael F. Gavin 8 May, 

Chaplain. 
Alfred H. Dashield 15 April, 64 



Captain James Doherty, March 26, 1865, of wounds. (Brevet 

Lieut, Colonel March 25, 1865. 
First Lieut. E. Dexter Cheney, killed at Petersburg, Va,, July 

19, 1864. 
First Lieut. Albert M. Murdock, killed in action at Petersburg, 

Va., May 25, 1865. 
First Lieut, Samuel S. Bowman, killed at Petersburg, Va., 

July 25, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edwin J. Coe, killed in action at Petersburg, 

Va.., June 17, 1864. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



231 



FIFTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Bos- 
ton anil Keadville, Mass., from Jan- 
uary 13, 1664, to May J 3, 1864, to 
serve three years. It was mustered 
out of service July 14, 1SG5, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 

"WILDERNESS," "SPOTTSYLVANIA," 
"NORTH ANNA." "COAL HARBOR," 
"PETERSBURG," "WELD0N RAIL- 
ROAD," "POPLARSPRING CHURCH." 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

JohnC.Whiton 16 Mar., 64 

{Brevet Colonel 2 April, 1863.) 

Major. 

Everett S. Horton 23 Aug., 64 

Captains. 

Samuel B. Hinkley 18 Jan., 64 

William E. Mason 22 Jan., 

Allen Almy 2 Oet. , 

Nahum Leonard 13 Dec, 

Simon G. Blandin 12 Mar., 65 

Charles II. Tobey 17 Apr., 

Charles H. Morton 17 Apr., 

Linus E. Hay ward 5 May, 

Charles D. Copelaud 5 May, 

Frank II. Kempton 13 May, 

First Lieutenants. 

James N. Cox 9 Nov., 64 

Albion M. Dudley 31 Jan., 65 

{Brevet Captain 2 April, 1865.) 

Daniel L.Johnson 6 Mar., 65 

Nathaniel II. Talbot ....27 Mar., 

John P. Townsend 17 Apr., 

Jerrie C. Vaughn 17 Apr. , 

Heman Chase, jr 17 Apr., 

(Brevet Captain 2 April, 1865.) 
Lorenzo D. Monroe 17 Apr., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Scotto B. N. Baker 12 Nov., 64 

Henry C. Blossom 6 Mar. , 65 

George Duuham 15 Apr. , 

Surgeon. 

Frank Whitman 20 Apr., 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Thomas Dawson 16 Apr., 64 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (6.) 

Captain Robert Crossman, October 11, 1864. 
Captain Nathan S. Oakman. October 31, 1864. 
Captain Charles E. Churchill. February 10, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Isaac H. Folger, December 17, 1864. 
Surgeon Alfred A. Stccker, August 1, 1864. 
Chaplain W T iliiam A. Start, March 6, 1865. 

Died, (10.) 

Major Barnabas Ewer, jr., killed in battle June 3, 1864. 
Captain William H. Harley, killed in battle of Spottsylvania, 

May 12, 1864. 
Captain Thomas McFarland, killed in battle of Coal Harbor, 

June 3, 1864 
Captain Charles M. Upham, killed in battle of Coal Harbor, 

June 3, 1864. 
Captain Charles II. Johnson, October 27, 1864, of wounds. 
First Lieut. Frank G. Ogden, Adft, killed in battle May 12, 

1864. 
First Lieut. William H. Burbank, June 11, 1864, at White 

House Landing, Va. 
First Lieut. Clement C. Granett, killed hi action July 30, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Franklin P. Hammond, killed June 23, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John W. Fiske, September 30, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 



Note l.— No brevet appointments are entered en this register except those announced in General 
Order before the 31st August, 1665. 

Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



232 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



FIFTY-NINTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Readville. Mass.. from December 
5, 1863, to April 20, 18G4, to serve 
three years, and consolidated with 
the 57th Massachusetts volunteers 
May 26, 1865.) 

" WILDERNESS," " SPOTTSYLVA- 

NIA." "NORTH ASS A," "COAL 
HARBOR." "PETERSBURG." "WEL- 
DOX RAILROAD." "POPLAR 
SPRING CHURCH," "HATCHER'S 
RUN." 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 

*EzraP.Gould 16 Dec, 64 

Captains. 

♦Frederick Corfiran 23 April, 64 

*Henry L. Swords 24 Oct., 

Joseph Church 24 Oct., 

*Henry M. Cross 2 May, 65 

"Benjamin F. Chesley 19 May, 

(Brevet Captain Mar. 25, 1865.) 
*Heury A. Smith 3 June, 

(Brevet Captain Mar. 25, 1365.) 
* Albert Piuder, a, w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

TJer>j. F. Banard, R.Q.M .16 Oct., 63 

Mohn Foley 13 July, 64 

Charles P. Welsh 24 Oct, 

Saudforth K. Goldsmith .24 Oct.. 

(Brevet Captain Mar. 25, 1865.) 

* James Gibson, Adj't ...25 Dec, 

*Coburn S. Smith 17 May, 65 

*Benjamiu R. Syraonds..l7 May, 

*Wm. A. Bearce 17 May, 

*Charles L. Darling 19 May, 

Second Lieutenants. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (7.) 

Captain Francis A. "Wildes. September 9. 1864. 
Captain Edward B. P. Kinsley, November 10. 1864. 
First Lieut. Wm. A. Fefield, September 24. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Wm. W. Davis. November 29, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Thomas Gilfillan. September 14, 1864. 
Assi.-tant Surgeon Edward W. Norton. January 28, 1865. 
Chaplain Hiram L. Howard, February 11, 1865. 



Discharged, (13.) 

Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Colburn, April 28, 1865. 
Captain James Gibson, February 15. 1864. 
Captain Francis M. Smith, August 9, 1864. 
Captain Warren S. Potter. January 13. 18*65. 
Captain Humphrey H. Buttrich, January 14, 1865. 
Captain John H. Chipman. May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Benjamin F. Millward, December 8, 1864. 
First Lieut. Richard H. Chute. March 10. 1865. 
First Lieut. Ward B. Frothiughain, May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Francis F. Jenks, May 15, 1S65. 
Second Lieut. John \V. Green, January 18, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Joseph E. Moody, May 15. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Lang, May 15, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Charles H. Cotting, December 29, 1864. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Captain George W. Fields, June 16. 1864. 

Died, (8.) 

Colonel J. Parker Gould, August 21, 1864, of wounds. 
Lieutenant Colonel John Hodges, jr., killed in action near 

Petersburg, Va., July 30, 1864. ' 
Captain Samuel A. Bean, June 25, 1864, of wounds received 

in action before Petersburg, Va. 
Captain Lewis E. Munroe, killed in action before Petersburg, 

Va.. July 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. George J. Morse, killed in action at Spottsvl- 

vania. Va.. May 12, 1864. 
First Lieut. George C. Burrill, killed in action at North 

Anna, Va.. May 24. 1864. 
First Lieut. Horace M. Warren, Adj't, killed in action August 

27, 1864. 
First Lieut. James C. Dunlop, October 7. 1864, of disease. 



Surgeon. 






William Ingalls 17 Oct., 


63 




Assistajit Surgeon. 






*David S. Clark 26 Mar., 


65 




Chaplain. 







* Transferred to 57th regiment Massachusetts volunteers May 26. 1865. 
NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood at the day of consolidation. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



233 



*SIXTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized in the 
State of Massachusetts, at large, in 
August, September, and October, 

1864, to serve one year. It was 
mustered out of service July 16, 

1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Ebenezer W- Stone 28 Feb., 65 

{Brevet Colonel^ April, 1S65.) 



Major. 



Captains. 

Edward G. Tuten 14 Dec. , 64 

Linus E. Clark 14 Jan., 65 

Albert G. Parker 4 Feb., 

Henry S. Shelton 10 Feb., 

Alanson H. Ward 15 Feb., 

First Lieutenants. 

Albert E. Daniels 6 Oct. , 64 

Isaac P. Gragg 19 Dec, 

(Brevet Captain 9 April, 1865.; 

Anthony Earle 14 Jan. , 65 

Charles Clark 15 Mar. , 

Horace A. Sunburg 1 July, 

Second Lieutenants. 

William J. Duckrcll 17 Dec, 64 

John D. Ryan 6 Feb., 65 

George A. Johnson 15 Feb., 

John L. Daniels 18 Feb., 

Anson S. Munsell 1 July, 

Surgeon. 

James Oliver 14 Nov., 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Rufus A. Olloqui 22 Feb., 65 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (21.) 

Colonel Charles F. Walcott, June 4, 1865. (Brevet Brig. 
General April 9. 1865.) 

Major James G. C. Dodge, June 4, 1865. (Brevet Lieut. Col- 
onel April 9, 1865.) 

Captain Sebastian R. Streeter, January 5, 1865. 

Captain William P. Drurv. April 28. 1865. 

Captain John F. Barker, June 4, 1865. 

Captain Isahel Wheeler, June 4, 1865. 

Captain Simeon N. Eldridge, June 4. 1865. 

Captain James B. Moore, June 4, 1865. 

First Lieut. Benjamin Vaughn, May 17, 1865. 

First Lieut. H. Burr Crandell, Adj't, June 4, 18^5. 

First Lieut. Miles Farwell. R. Q. M., June 4, 1865. 

First Lieut. William II. Brown. June 4, 1865. 

First Lieut. Edward II. Morrill, June 4, 1865. (Brevet Cap- 
tain April 9, 1865.) 

Fir>-t Lieut. Henry T. Johns, June 4, 1865. (Brevet Captain 
April 9, 1865.) 

First Lieut. Henry W. Howard, June 4, 1865. (Brevet Cap- 
tain April 9, 1865.) 

First Lieut. Frederick Chandler, June 4, 1865. 

Second Lieut. George H. Kearn, June 4, 1865. 

Second Lieut. James T. Higgins, June 4. 1865. 

Second Lieut. Frank T. Palmer, June 4, 1865. (Brevet First 
Lieut. April 1), 1865.) 

Second Lieut. William W. Montgomery, June 4, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Benjamin T. Dexter, June 4, 1865. 

Died, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Thomas B. Hart, killed in action before Peters- 
burg, Va., April 2, 1865. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 

* The 60th regiment was a one-hundred-days organization. 



234 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



SIXTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 


(BATTALION OF.) 





(This organization was composed of 
four companies, which were organ- 
ized respectively at Boston, Wor- 
cester, Salem, and Taunton, Mass., 
in April, 1865, to serve one year. 
It was mustered out of service May 
5, 1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 


„ Discharged, (1.) 
Surgeon Joshua B. Treadwell, April 29, 1865. 


(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.} 




Major. 




Captains. 


t 


Christopher F. Hanley . .17 Apr., 65 

Warren S. Potter 17 Apr., 

George C. Dow 20 Apr., 

Thomas F. Winthrop . ..20 Apr., 


I 


First Lieutenants. 




J. C. Heymer. R. Q.M.. 1 Mar., 65 

F. Edward Bent 20 Apr., 

Darius P. Richards 20 Apr., 

Theodore W. Fisher 28 Apr., 




Second Lieutenants. 




Andrew C. McKenna 17 Apr. , 65 

Sanford W. Grant 20 Apr., 

Melville Eggleston 21 Apr., 




Assistant Surgeoiis. 




Cfiaplain. 





Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



235 



UNASSIGNED COMPANIES. 


Casualties. 




Thirty unassigned companies were 
organized in the State of Mi 
chusetts at large in 1864 and 1865, 
to serve one and three years, of 
which eighteen were assigned to 
different organizations of Massa- 
chusetts volunteers. 

The following companies and two 
companies of artillery remained 
independent to date of muster out : 






SECOND COMPANY. 






(This company was organized at 
Salem, Mass., Nov. 16, 1864, to 
serve one year. It was mustered 
out of servicft in July, 18G5, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 


' 




(The official list of battles in which 
this company bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 






Captain. 






Leonard G. Dennis 46 Dec. , 64 






First Lieutenant. 


• 




Hugh J. Munsey .'..16 Nov., 64 






Second Lieutenant. 






Eleazer Giles 6 Dec, 64 


Casualties. 








SEVENTEENTH COMPANY. 




(This company was organized at Sa- 
lem, Mass., November 13, 1864, to 
serve one year. It was mustered 
out of service June 30, 1865, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 






Captain. 






JohnG. Barnes 13 Nov., 64 






First Lieutenant. 






Edward P, Wildes 13 Nov., 64 






Second Lieutenant. 






James S. Walsh 13 Nov., 64 






. EIGHTEENTH COMPANY. 


CAsuALTna, 




^This company was organized at 
Taunton. Mass., December 7, 1864, 






to serve one year. It was mus- 
. tered out of service May 12, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 







236 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Captain. 






Otis A. Baker 10 Dec, 64 






First Lieutenant. 






Sylvanus Martin 10 Dec, 64 






Second Lieutenant. 


* 




John G. Gammons 30 Jan., 65 


Casual ties. 




NINETEENTH COMPANY. 




(This company was organized at Fort 
Warren. Boston harbor, Mass., 
November 25. 1864. to serve one 
year. It was mustered out of ser- 
vice June 27. 1865. in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment.) 

Captain. 






Frank A. Johnson 25 Nov. , 64 






First Lieutenant. 






Thomas J. Gifford 25 Nov. 64 


• 




Second Lieutenant. 






Henry J. Hayward 25 Nov., 64 


Casualties. 




TWENTIETH COMPANY. 




(This company was organized at 
Marblehead, Mass.. November 19 x 

1864. to serve one year. It was 
mustered ont of service June 29, 

1865. in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 




• 


Captain. 






Lewis Soule 19 Nov., 64 






First Lieutenant. 




Horatio C. Sampson 19 Nov., 64 






Second Lieutenant. 






Jerome Washburn 19 Nov., 64 






TWENTY-FIRST COMPANY. 


Casualties. 




(This company was organized at 
Fall River. "Mass., November 26, 

1864. to serve one year. It was 
mustered out of service June 28. 

1865. in accordance with orders 
from the War Department) 






Captain. 


s 


• 


Royal W. Thayer 29 Nov. , 64 







MASSACHUSETTS IXFANTKY. 



237 



First Lieutenant. 
Charles G. Remington ..26 Nov., 64 

Second Lieutenant. 
Joseph Mather 23 Nov. , 64 



TWENTY-FOURTH COMPANY. 

(This company was organized at 
Plymouth. Mass., December 21, 

1864, to serve one year. It waj 
mustered oat of service May 12, 

1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 



Captain. 

Joshua H. Wilkie 7 Feb. 

First Lieutenant. 

Geo. O. Fairbanks, jr 21 Dec. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Francis E. Davis 14 Jan., 



60 



64 



85 



TWENTY-FIFTH COMPANY. 

(This company was organized at 
Salem, Mass., December 9, 1864, 
to serve one year. It was mus- 
tered out of service June 29. 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

Captain. 

Fitz J. Babson 15 Dec. 64 

First Lieutenant. 

Elisha Eldridge 16 Dec, 64 

Second Lieutenant. 

Martin Dunn 15 Dec, 64 



TWENTY-SIXTH COMPANY. 



Casualties. 



Casualties. 



Casualties. 



Promoted, (1.) 



(This company was organized at 
New Bedford* Mass., December 13, 
1864, to serve one year. It was 
mustered out May 12, 1865. in ac- First Lieut. Joshua H. Wilkie, February 7, 186.3, to Captain 24:h 
cordance with orders from the War unattached company, Massachusetts vols. 
Department.) 

Captain. 

Walter JD. Keith 13 Dec, 64 

First Lieutenant. 

Greo«ge W. Pearsons 7 Feb., 65 



238 



MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY. 



Second Lieutenant. 






Jamea G. "Warren 13 Dec, 


64 




TWENTY-SEVENTH COMPANY. 




Casualties. 


(This company was organized at 
Salem, Mass., January 3, 1865, to 
serve one year. It was mustered 
out of service June 30 ; 1865, in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 




Captain. 






Samuel C. Graves 5 Jan., 


65 




First Lieutenant. 






"William Goodwin, 3d . . . 5 Jan., 


65 




Second Lieutenant. 






Benjamin Pitman 5 Jan., 


65 





Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the days of muster out. 



RHODE ISLAND CAVALRY. 



239 



FIRST REGIMENT. 
BATTALION OF 
(This regiment was organized at Prov- 
idence, R. L, from December 14, 
1861, to March 3, 1862, for three 
years. Four companies (I. K. L, 
and M) were permanently detached 
to serve as a battalion New Hamp- 
shire cavalry January 7, 1864. On 
the expiration of its term of service 
the original members (except veter- 
ans) were mustered out. and the 
organization, composed of veterans 
and recruits, consolidated into a 
battalion of four companies in Jan- 
uary, 186.3. and retained in service 
until August 3. 1865, when it was 
mustered out, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 



Major. 
John Rogers 23 Mar., 64 



Captains. 

Willis C. Capron 16 Nov.. 63 

George W. Darling 22 May, 63 

Allen Baker, jr., a. w. m. 



First Lieutenants. 

Samuel C. Willis 1 Nov., 64 

Andrew G. Lonner 2 Dec, 

John R. Umfreviile 6 Dee., 

Hebron H. sWe 8 June, 65 



Second Lieutenants. 



William H. Tallman 20 Jan., 

Stephen II. Pickering ... 7 Mar., 

Anselm Walker 28 May, 

Edward C. Martin 9 June, 



C5 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (23.) 

Lieut. Colonel Willard Sayles.- July .3. 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel John L. Thompson fyiaveh 24, 1864. 

Major David B. Nelson. June 3. 1,-62. 

Major William Sanford, June 12, 1862. 

Maj i- Robert C. Anthony, July 5. L862. 

Major John Whipple, jr., February 17, 1863. 

Major Stephen R. Svctt, April 7, 1863. 

Captain J. B. Wood, June 31, 1862. 

Captain Lycnrgus Savles, July 25, 1862. 

Captain Joseph J. Gould. August 27, ]864. 

First Lieut. William B. Dennis. Adft. May 2? 

First Lieut. William W. B. Greene. May 28, 1862. 

First Lieut. George T. Cram, Adft.Jxmii 6, It 

First Lieut. Charles S. Treat. Adft, November 30, 1862. 

First Lieut. Richard Waterman, December 5. 1862. 

First Lieut. Rufus Higgins, December 10, 1862. 

First Lieut. Jacob B. Coo!;, September 22, 1863. 

First Lieut. Edwin Yaughan. April 8. I 

First Lieut. Otis C. Wvatt, April 12. \i 

First Lieut. Ezra B. Parker, Adft. May 31, 1864. 

Surgeon Timothy St veil, May 23, 1862. 

Surgeon James B. Greeley, Angnat 31. 1862. 

Chaplain Frederick Venison, January ID, 1863. 

Discharged, (16.) 

Colonel Robert B. Lawtov. July 5. 1862. 

Major Edmund C. Bur:. Auguri 7. 1862. 

Major William H. Turner, jr., November 18, 1864. 

Captain Charles II. Thayer, January 1, 1865. 

Captain Edward E. Chase. March 1, 1865. 

Fir>t Lieut James P. Vosc. December 28, 1862. 

First Lieut. Charles E. Blanchard. Adft, November 18, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles G. A. Peterson. December 16. 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles A. Leonard. R. Q. .V.. January 1, 1865. 

First Lieut. Hiram B. Cnrkir. January 15, 1865. 

First Lieut. Joseph W. Dewey, February 28, 1865. ' 

Second Lieut. Alfred S. Child's. August 24, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Simeon A. Brown. October 25. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Leonard J. Whiting, December 21, 1863. 

Surgeon William H. Wilbor. January 1. 1865. 

Chaplain Ethan R. Clark, January 1. 1865. 



Expiration of term of service, (9.) 

Major Preston M. Farrington, December 13, 1864. 

Captain Joshua T'ose. December 4. 1864. 

Captain George W. Bliss, May 15. 1865. 

First Lieut. Richard J. Burgess. October 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. Barnard Ellis, October 15. 1864. 

First Lieut. Lathrop B. Shartleff. December 4, 1864. 

First Lieut. Leonard B. Pratt, R. C. S., December 14, 1864. 

Second Lietu. James M. Fales, March 6, 1865. 

Assi>tant Surgeon A. A. Mann, November 24, 1864. 

Promoted, (2.) 

Colonel Alfred N. Duffie, June 24, 1863, to Brigadier General 

of volunteers. 
Captain C. N. Manchester, January 19, 1863, to Major 2d Rhode 

Island cavalry. 



240 



RHODE ISLAND CAVALRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 


Transferred, (5.) 


Albert Utter, a. to. m. 
Chaplain. 


Captain Augustus H. Bixby, January 7, 1864, to battalion 1st 

New Hampshire cavalry. 
Captain George H. Rhodes, January 7, 1864, to battalion 1st 

New Hampshire cavalry. 
Captain Frank Allen, January 7. 1864. to battalion 1st New 

Hampshire cavalry. 
First Lieut. Joseph F. Andrews, January 7, 1864. to battalion 

1st New Hampshire cavalry. 
First Lieut. George A. Robbing, January 7, 1864, to battalion 

1st New Hampshire cavalry. 




Missing, (1.) 




Second Lieut. James P. Taylor, since July, 1862. 




Died, (3.) 




Second Lieut. James P. Tagle, August 10, 1862, of disease. 
Second Lieut. Joseph A. Chedal, jr., killed in action near Mid- 

dleburg, Va., June 18, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles Sawyer, November 15, 1863, of disease. 




Dismissed, (1.) 




First Lieut. Charles C. Leonard, August 3, 1863. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



RHODE ISLAND CAVALRY. 



241 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment, composed of eight 
companies, was organized at Provi- 
dence, R. I., from November 21, 
1862, to May 4, 1863. to serve three 
vear>. It was consolidated into a 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (8.) 



i Captain George H. Gitchell, July 12. 1863. 
I Captain W. H. Stevens, July 12, 1863. 



battalion July 12. 1863. the officers . 

were mustered out. and the enlisted First Lieut. H. J. Whit taker, July 12, 1863. 



men were transferred to the 1st 
Louisiana cavalry August 24, 1863.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

A. W. Corliss 19 Jan., 63 

Majo'. 

C. N. Manchester 19 Jan., 63 

Captains. 

Robert C. Anthony 21 Nov., 62 

G.A.Smith 1 Dec, 

G. W. Beach ..' 24 Dec, 

E. A. Hardy 15 Jan., 63 

P. Brucker 19 Jan., 

William W. B. Greene.. 24 Jan., 

First Lieutenants. 

H. C. Fitts 1 Dec, 62 

William J. McCall 12 Dec, 

W. II II. Smith 24 Dec, 

J. D. Hanning 15 Jan., 63 

Welcome Turner, Adj't . .20 Jan., 

Charles W. Turner 24 Jan., 

C. E. Bingham 4 May, 

Walter M. Jackson, a, w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

E. C Pommy 21 Nov. . 62 

J. N. Whitney 1 Dec, 

F. Hayes 24 Dec, 

C. Brennan 15 Jan., 63 

William Fenner, a. ?r. m. 

Surgeon. 



Assistant Surgeon. 
N. B. Stanton, a. w. m. 
Cluiplain. 



First Lieut. J. Bauer, July 12. U 

First Lieut. William McCready. R. Q. 31., July 20, 1863. 

Second Lieut. John M. Remlinzer. Julv 1, 1863. 

Second Lieut. H. B. Rogers, July 12, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Chester L. Turner, July 12, 1863. 



Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of transfer; 

16 a 



242 



RHODE ISLAND CAVALRY. 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Prov- 
idence, R. I., from September 12, 
1863, to June, 1864, to serve three 
years. The enlisted men of the 2d 
Rhode Island cavalry were trans- 
ferred to the 1st Louisiana cavalry 
Aug. 24, '63, and transferred from 
that regiment to the 3d Rhode Islan d 
cavalry January 14, 1865. This 
organization is still in service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
partis not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
Willard Sayles 18 June, 64 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



Majors. 

Raymond H. Perry 1 Oct., 

Edmund C. Burt, a. w. m. 



64 



Captains. 

Andrew T. Bushee 17 Dec, 63 

Livingston Scott 4 Feb., 64 

Henry S. Benjamin 28 Mar., 

Edwin C. Pomroy 1 Nov. , 

Thomas W. Sayles 21 Jan., 65 

Orin A. Avery, a. w. m. 
Joseph A. Rhodes, a. id. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

James M. Eddy 25 Nov., 64 

Charles O. Dennen 1 July, 65 

Charles H. Scott 1 July, 

William M. Frankland . .10 July, 
Edward K. Thompson, Adj't, a"iv. m. 
George Henderson, a. w. m. 
William J. McCall, a. w. m. 
Charles W. Turner, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 



Jonathan W. Pratt 17 Dec. , 

Arnold D. Brown 15 Feb., 

James H. Riley 28 Mar., 

Thomas G. Glover 29 April, 

William Wilson 24 Jan., 



65 



Surgeon. 
John C. Budlong, a. w. m. 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Lyman L. Swan 28 April, 65 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2 ) 



18H4. 



Captain William C Barney, February 29, 1864 
Second Lieut. Oliver P. Coggeshall, July ~~ 

Discharged, (17 ) 



Lieut. Colonel Charles H Parkkurst, May 26, 1865. 

Major George R. Davis, August 11, 1865. 

Captain T F. Neville, March 14, 1864. 

Captain William N. James. April 25, 1865. 

Captain George F. Bicknell, June 29, 1865. 

Captain Asa A. FAlis. July 12, 1865. 

First Lieut. Stafford Mowy. R. Q M., November 30, 1863. 

First Lieut. Howard Stockton, May 23, 1864. 

First Lieut. James A. Thornton, May 15, 1865. 

First Lieut. Amos G. Thomas, May 23, 1865.' 

First Lieut, Elisha W. Cross, May 23, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Elisha G. Lawton, April 15, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Henry A. Burchard, August 18, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Moses W. Collins, December 29, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Rufus Livermore, March 20. 1865 

Assistant Surgeon Frank L. Taylor. May 24..1864. 

Assistant Surgeon George A. Monroe, April 25, 1865. 

Died, (3.) 

Captain Henry C. Fitts, December 19, 1864, near Donaldson- 

ville, La. 
First Lieut. William E. Peck, August 13, 1865, of disease, at 

Napoleonville, La. 
Second Lieut. Charles D. Hammett, September 13, 1864, at 

New Orleans, La. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

Captain Charles H. Gordon, December 14, 1864. 

First Lieut. James Magill, March 30, 1865. 

Second Lieut. William A. Tefft, December 21, 1864. 



Note. — This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this register, 
tta roster is made up to the 31st of August, 1865. 



RHODE ISLAND HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



243 



* THIRD REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF.) 

(Thisrcgiment was organized asthe 3d 
infantry, at Providence, R, I., from 
Aug. 14, 1661, to Mar. 17,1862. to serve 
three years. Tbe original members, 
(except veterans,) were mustered 
out as their terms of service ex- 
pired, and the remaining veterans 
and recruits consolidated into a 
battalion of four companies, desig- 
nated A, B, C and D, March 10, 
1865. The organization, as con- 
solidated, was mustered out in ac- 
cordance wfih orders from the War 
Department, as follows : Company 
C, June 9, 1865; Company A, B, 
and D, August 27, 1865.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

William Ames- 1 Apr., 64 

Major. 

Captains. 

Augustus W. Col well . ..28 Nov., 62 

" William H. Hamner 9 June, 63 

John M. Barker 16 Jan., 64 

First Lieutenants. 

Eben W. Waterhouse . . . 1 July, 63 

Rowland L. Dodge 14 Feb., 64 

John E. Burroughs 14 Feb., 

James Bible 14 Feb., 

John Hackett 22 June, 65 

% William H. Bean 18 July, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles H. Williams . . . .15 Feb., 64 

Robert Elliott 19 Apr. , 

William Dingavan 19 Apr., 

Charles E. Andrews 21 June, 65 



Assistant Surgeon. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (44.) 

Colonel Edwin Metcalf, February 5, 1864. 

Lieut. Colonel St.phen R. Bucklin, December 26, 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel John Fries©, October 12, 1863. 
j Major Henry T. Sisson. August 7, 1862. 
I Major Christopher Blanding, September 3, 1862. 
I Major Horatio Rogers, jr., January 10, 1863. 

Major Charles W. H. Day, October 20, 1863. 

Captain John D. Eldridge, July 8, 1862. 
| Captain Libbeus C. Tourtellot, September 2, 1862. 

Captain Pardon Mason, April 29, 1863. 

Captain C. G. W. Von Knorring, April 30, 1863. 

Captain Thomas B. Briggs, May 24, 1863. 

Captain Joseph J. Comstock, jr., September 16, 1863. 

Captain John H. Gould, March 6, 1864. 

Captain Horatio N. Perry, July 30, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry S. Olney, June 1, 1862. 

First Lieut. William P. Martin, R. Q..-M., August 30, 1862. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Spink, September 6, 1862. 

First Lieut. James L. Richardson, December 30, 1862. 

First Lieut. Isaac M. Potter, January 10, 1863. 

First Litut. Augustus A. Whiteman, January 12, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles A. Rossander, February 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. Uzzial Gleason, April 21, 1863. 

First Lieut, Thomas W. Fry, June 15, 1863. 

First Lieut. Ferdinand Tisdale, June 22, 1863. 

First Lieut. William C. Barney, June 24, 1863. 

First Lieut. Walter Wheeler, jr., July 1, 1863. 

First Lieut. Clarence T. Gardner, October 24, 1863. 

First Lieut. George O. Eddy, March 27, 1864. 

Second Lieut, Frederick A. Dockray, June 22, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Albert G. Eavans, July 2, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Frederick L. Broum, July 7, 1862. 

Second Lieut. John Aigan, January 10, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Robert bevin, February 13, 1863. 

Second Lieut. John DoIom, March 30, 1863. 

Second Lieut, John B. Batchellor, April 25, 1863. 

Second Lieut, Charles H. Aldrich, May 2, 1863. 

Second Lieut, Horace W. Love, June 12, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Andrew S. Jackson, July 3, 1863. 

Surgeon Fenner H. Peckham, March 27, 1862. 

Surgeon Horatio G. Stickney, May 26, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Job Kenyon, January 10, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Horace S. Lamson, August 4, 1864, 

Chaplain James Gubby, September 26, 1862. 

Discharged, (14.) 

Captain Richard G. Shaw, January 13, 1864. 

Captain Martin S. James, June 9, 1865. 

First Lieut. Sabez B. Blanding, September 24, 1863. 

First Lieut. John Morrow, jr., September 28, 1863. 

First Lieut. Edward F. Curtis, September 12, 1864. 

First Lieut. E. Augustus Watei house, September 22, 1864. 

First Lieut, John F. Wyman, June 9, 1865. 

First Lieut. Edward E. Carpenter, June 9, 1865. 

First Lieut, Iidwin W. Keene, June 15, 1865. 

Second Lieut. George F. Scaver, October 28, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Charles B. Oakes, January 23, 1864. 

Second Lieut. James H. Clark, January 28, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William G. Bailey, June 9, 1865. 

Assistant Surgeon Joseph W. Grosvenor, April 8, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (36.) 

Colonel Charles R. Brayton, October 6, 1864. 
Major James E. Bailey, October 6, 1864. 



* The 1st and 2d regiments are infantry organizations. 



244 



RHODE ISLAND HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



Chaplain. 



Major George Metcalf, October 6, 1864. 

Captain Peter J. Turner, August 31, 1864. 

Captain Charles G. Straham, August 31, 1864. 

Captain Albert E. Greene, October 5, 1864. 

Captain George L. Smith, October 5, 1864. 

Captain David B. Churchill, October 5, 1864. 

Captain Osceola A. Thompson, October 5, 1864, 

Captain Jeremiah Lanahau, March 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. George W. Greene, October 5, 1864. 

First Liei^. William W. Hanscom, October 5, 1864. 

First Lieut. Latham W. Babcock, October 5, 1864. 

First Lieut. David Irvin, October 5, 1864. 

First Lieut. William W. Hamilton. October 5, 1864. 

Fi'rst Lieut. Levi F. Goodwin, October 5, 1864. 

First Lieut. Josiah \V. Robinson, jr., October 5, 1864. 

First Lieut, George O. Gorton, Adj't, October 6, 1864. 

First Lieut. Henry H. Metcalf, March 19, 1865. 

First Lieut, William A. Sabin, March 19, 1865. 

First Lieut. Michael J. HigRins, March 21, 1865. 

First Lieut. Frederick A. Wilcoxson, R. Q. M., May 15, 16 55. 

Second Lieut. James McGenty, August 31, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Welcome C. Irons, October 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. George S. Read, October 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. George T. Remington, October 5, 1664. 

Second Lieut. Thomas Fidler, October 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William R. Andrews, October 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. James McEntee, October 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut, James A. Seaver, October 5, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Allen A. Babcock, March 19, 1865. 

Second Lieut. William Fullerton, March 21, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Robert Slattery, March 21, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Albert B. Clark, May 13, 1865. 

Surgeon George S. Burton, June 12, 1865. 

Chaplain Frederick Denison, October 6, 1864. 

Promoted, (2.) 

First Lieut. Asa A. Ellis, June 25, 1863, to Captain 3d Rhode 
Island cavalry. 



Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Hugh Lamill, March 6, 1862. . 

Second Lieut, Benjamin F. Manton, August 25, 1864. 

Died, (6.) 

Colonel Nathaniel W. Brown, October 30, 1862, of disease. 

First Lieut. George Carpenter, Juue 29, 1862. 

First Lieut. Henry Holbrook. August 24, 1863. 

First Lieut. Frederick Metcalf, August 23, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Erasmus S. Bartholomew, June 17, 1862, of 

wounds received in action. 
Second Lieut. Walter B. Manton, August 24, 1862.' 

Transferred, (2.) 

First Lieut. Richmond A. Rawson, January 4, 1864, to 14th 

11th heavy artillery, U. S. C. T. 
Second Lu ut Thomas II. Cairique, January 21, 1864, to U. 

S. Signal Corps. 

Missing, (3.) 

Captain Alexander Ann en. since March 31, 1862. 
First Lieut. Alfred J. Barney, since August 14, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Joseph A. Rhodes, since August 14, 1861. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



RHODE ISLAND HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



245 



*FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized, as an 
infantry battalion o/five companies, 
at Providence, R. 1% December 27, 
1861, for three years. Five addi- 
tional companies were raised De- 
cember 27, 1862. Changed to a 
heavy artillery regiment, of the 
same* designation, July — , 1863. 
Original members mustered out in 
December, 1864, but the organiza- 
tion, composed of veterans and re- 
cruits, remained in service until 
mustered out in accordance with 
orders from the War Department, 
June 26, 1865.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

George W. Tew 2 Mar., 63 

Majors. 



Captains. 

Isaac M. Potter 20 Nov., 62 

William R. Landers 14 Feb. , 63 

John H. Robinson 14 Feb., 

Emeliua De Meulen 25 Aug., 

Charles Taft 25 Aug., 

John Aigan 11 Feb., 64 

First Lieutenants. 

C. F. Gladding, It. Q. M-14 Feb., 63 

Walter H. Luther 14 Feb. , 

Edward F. Angel 14 Feb., 

John-B. Landers 16 May, 

George II. Pierce 21 May, 

Lewis H. Bowen 25 Aug., 

M08C8 Oscar Darling £5 Aug., 

Christ. T. Pearce 1 Dec, 64 

C W. Rowland 1 Jan., 65 

Henry B. Bateman 16 Jan., 

Benj. Underwood, Adj't. .27 Jan., 

Second Lieutenants. 



Surgeon. 

Jerome B. Green 18 Jan., 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (12.) 

Lieut. Colonel Job Arnold, March 2, 1863. 
Major John Wright. July 25. 186-,'. 
Captain James M. Eddy, August 6, 1862. 
Captain George 11. Giant, August 6, 1862. 
Captain Allen G. Wright, January 14, 1863. 
Captain Jonathan M. Wheeler, January 26, 1863. 
Captain Benjamin L. Hall, May 5. 1863. 

Captain John Aigan, June 20, 1863. (Recommit ioned Feb- 
ruary 11, 1864.) 
First Lieut. Charles PI. Chapman, Adj't., May 10. 1S62. 
First Lieut. Leander A. Davis, May 5, 1863. 
First Lieut. William W. Hall, August 6. 1862. 
Chaplain McWalter B. Noyes, August 6, 1862. 

Discharged, (12.) 

Colonel Henry T. Sisson, October 5. 1864. 
Captain James F. Gregg, December 21, 1863. 
First Lieut. Daniel S. Rimiugton, August 6. 1862. 
First Lieut. George C. Almy. October' 22. 1864. 
First Lieut, William H. Durfce, March 1,3 
Second Lieut. Levi F. Goodwin, August 4, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles E. Beers, December 21, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Josiah D. Hunt, March 21, 1864. 
Second Lieut, Levi L. Bunion, October 6. Ih64. 
Secoud Lieut. Charles E. Douglas, January 5. 1865. 
Second Lieut. William Sisson. January 5, 1865. 
Surgeon Ephraim L. Warren, November 7, 1863. 

Expiration of term of service, (9.) 

Captain George G. Hopkins, December 22, 1864. 
Captain Henry B. Landers, December 22, 18G4. 
Captain William W. Douglass, December 23, 1864. 
Captain Jam^s Moran, January 17, 1865. 
First Lieut. Dutee Johnson. December 22. 1864. 
First Lieut, Henry P. Williams, December 22, 1864. 
First Lieut, James M. Wheaton, Adj't.. January 5, 1-65. 
Surgeon Albert Potter. December 22, 1864. • 
Chaplain Henry S. White, December 22, 1864. 

Promoted, (1.) 

First Lieut. Joseph Mclntyre. February 20. 1863, to Captain 
Second Regiment Rhode Island Volunteers. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

Major Thorndike C. Jameson, February 2, 1865. 
First Lieut. John E. Snow, January 20, 1863. 
First Lieut. Thomas Allen, December 22, 1864. 

Died, (4.) 

First Lieut, Henry R. Pierce, killed in action at Newbern. N. 

C. March 14. 1863. 
First Lieut. Munro H. Gladding, R. Q. M., November 2, 

1862. 
First Lieut. William W. Prouty, R. Q. M., December 31, 

1863. of disease, at Newbern, N. C. 
First Lieut. George F. Turner, October 6, 1864, of disease, at 

Newbern, N. C. 
First Lieut. Charles E. Lawton, R. Q. M., December 20, 1864. 



* The 4th regiment is an infantry organization. 
NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster ont. 



246 



RHODE ISLAND LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment, composed of eight 
batteries, was organized at Provi- 
dence, R. I., as follows: battery 
A, June 6, 1861 ; battery B, August 
13, 1861 ; battery C, August 26. 
1861 ; battery D, September 4, 1861 ; 
battery E, September23, 1861; bat- 
tery F, October 29, 1861 ; battery 
G, in December, 1861, and battery 
H, October 14, 1862, all to serve 
three years. The original members 
(except veterans) of battery C were 
mustered out August 27, 1864. The 
veterans and recruits were trans- 
ferred to battery G. On the expira- 
tion of the term of service of bat- 
teries A, B, D, E, F, and G, the 
original members (except veterans) 
were mustered out, and the organi- 
zations, composed of veterans and 
recruits, retained in service. They 
were mustered out at different dates 
from June 12 to July 17, 1865, and 
battery H June 28, 1865, in accord- 
ance with orders from the War De- 
partment.) 

(The roster of officers and the list of 
battles and casualties are given by 

batteries.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 



Majors. 

John A. Tompkins 6 June, 61 

(Bvt. Lieut. Colonel 1 Aug., 1864.) 

John Or. Hazard IS Apr., 64 

(Bvt. Lieut. Colonel 1 Aug., 1864.) 



Assistant Surgeons. 
Chaplain. 

BATTERY A. 

(The official list of battles in which 
' this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders.) 



Captain. 



First Lieutenants. 



Second Lieutenants. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 

Lieut. Colonel William H. Reynolds, June 26, 1862. 
Major Alex. G. Webb, October 9, 1862. • 
Assistant Surgeon Francis S. Bradford, July 18, 1862 
Chaplain John A. Perry, October 17, 1863. 

* Expiration of* term of service, (2.)' 

Lieut. Colonel J. Albert Monroe, October 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. G. Lyman Dwight, Adft, July 17, 1864. 



Discharged, (5.) 

Colonel Charles H. Tompkins, April 21, 1865. 

General August 1, 1864.) 
Major Samuel P. Sandford, March 29. 1864. 
Surgeon William T. Thurston, April 6, 1863. 
Surgeon John II. Merrill, March 16, 
Chaplain Thomas Quinn, January 3, 1862. 



(Brevet Brig. 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (5.) 

Captain William A. Arnold, June 6. 1864. 
Fust Lieut. Henry Newton, November — , 1862. 
Second Lieut James P. Rhodes, October 20, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Samuel G. Cohvell, April 17, II 
Second Lieut. John T. Blake, August 12, 1864. 

Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. Peter Hunt, June 14, 1864, of wounds received at 
Shallow Creek, Va. 



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247 



BATTERY B. 

"BALL'S BLUFF," " TORETOWH," 

" FAHfO \K.V •• MALVERN" HII.L.*' 
"ANTIETAM." "rfRSI FREDER- 
ICKSBURG," "SECOKD FUEDER- 
ICKSP>IKG." "P.RISTOW STATION'." 
"GETTYSBURG." "UNI RDM," 
" WILDERNESS." " PO RIVER," 
" SPOTT8YLVABIA," "NORTH AN- 
• TOLOPOPOMOY," "COAL 
HARBOR,'' "PETERSBURG," "DEEP 
BOTTOM," •'REAMS STATION." 

Captain. 

T. Fred. Brown 13 Apr. . 64 

(Brevet Major 2 December, 1864.) 

First Lieutenants. 

James E.Chase 30 Apr., 64 

William B. Westcot: 1 May, 65 

Second Lieutenant. 
Nathaniel R. Cbace 5 Nov., 64 



BATTERY C. 

"YORKTOWN, "HANOVER COURT 
HOUSE." " MECHANICSVILLE," 

•GAINES'S MILLS," "MALVERN 
HILL." 'SECOND BULL RUN," 
" ANTIETAM." "FREDERICKS- 

BURS," " CHANCELI.ORSVILLE." 
"GETTYSBURG," "RAPPAHANNOCK 
STATION," "WILDER] 

"SPOTTSYLVANIA," "COAL HAR- 
BOR," "PETERSBURG," " OPE- 
QUAN," "FISHER'S HILL," "CEDAR 
CREEK." 

Captain. 

Richard Waterman 25 July, 62 

First Lieutenant. 
Stephen W. Fiske 9 Sept., 61 

Second Lieutenants. 



BATTJRY D. _ 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 

Elmer L. Corthell 2 Nov., 64 

First Lieutenants. 

Fred. Chase 8 Apr., 64 

Charles E. Bonn 11 Apr., 65 

Second Lieutenant. 

Charles C. Gray 27 May, 6 1 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (1.) 

First Lieut Raymond H. Perry, October 12, 1862. 

Discharged, (4.) 

Captain Walter O. Bartlett, August 15, 1862. 

First Lieut. Walter S. Perrin, February 4, 1865. (Brevet 

Captain December 2. 1864.) 
Second Lieut. W. B. Pierce. April 11, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles A. Brown, January 31, 1865 

Died, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Joseph S. Milne, killed in action at Gettysburg, 
Pa.. July 3, 1863. 

Missing, (3.) 

Captain Thomas F. Vaughan, since October, 1861. 
,.>ut. Francis A. Smith, since August, 1861. 
First Lieut. James Smith, since December, 1861. 

Casualties. 

Resigned, (5.) 

Captain William B. Weedcn, July 22, 1862. 
Fir^t Lieut. Charles II. Clnrhe. August 7, 1862. 
First Lieut. Frederic M. Sachett, October 6, I - 
Second Lieut. Charles II. ITU ox, April 10, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Royal II. Lee, June 3, 1863. 

Missing, (1.) 

Second Lieut Thomas F. Brovm, since August, 1862. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 

First Lieut. George C. Harkness, March 6, 1863. 
First Lieut. Kirby S. Steinhauer, April 26, 1863. 

Discharged, (2.) 

Captain William W. Buckley, October 29. 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry R. Gladding, November 30, 1862. 



248 



RHODE ISLAND LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



BATTERY E. 

"YORKTOWN," "CHARLES CITY 
CROSSROADS." "MALVERN HILL," 
"SECOND BULL RUN," " CHANTIL- 
LY," "FREDERICKSBURG," "CHAN- 
CELLORSVILLE," "GETTYSBURG," 
"WILDERNESS," " SPOTTSYLVA- 
NIA," "COAL HARBOR," "PETERS- 
BURG." 

Captain. 

Jacob H. Lamb 30 May, 65 

(Brevet Captain 19 October, 1864.) 

First Lieutenant. 

Ezra K. Parker 15 Dec, 64 

Second Lieutenants. 

Edward A. Chandler 3 Nov., 64 

llezekiah Potter 11 Nov. , 



BATTERY F. 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in orders. ) 

Captain. 

Thomas Simpson 12 Apr., 65 

First Lieutenants. 

Gideon Spencer 23 May, 65 

Frank A. Waterman 26 May, 65 

Second Lieutenant. 

Charles E. Guild, 21 Nov., 64 



BATTERY G. 

"YORKTOWN," "FAIR OAKS." 

"MALVERN HTLL," "ANTIETAM," 
"FREDERICKSBURG," "MAYRK'S 
HEIGHTS," "GETTYSBURG." "RAP- 
PAHANNOCH STATION," "WILDER- 
NESS." SPOTTSYLVANIA," "COAL 
HARBOR," "PETERSBURG," "OPE- 
QUAN," "FISHER'S HILL," "CEDAR 
CREEK." 

Captain. 

George W. Adams 30 June, 63 

(Brevet Major 19 October, ltb*4.) 

First Lieutenants. 

Benjamin Freeborn 3 Nov., 64 

Reuben H. Rich 12 June, 65 

Secand Lieutenants. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (2.) 



Captain George E. Randolph, January 5, 1864, 
First Lieut. J. Russell Fields, March 13, 1863. 



Expiration of term of service, (1.) 
Second Lieut. James F. Allen, October 14, 1864 



Discharged, (4.) 

Captain William B. Rhodes, March 8, 1865. (Brevet Major 

August 1, 1861.) 
First Lieut. Pardon S. Tastram, March 29, 1864. 
First Lieut John K. Bnckljn, February 2, 1865. (Brevet 

Captain October 9. 1864.) 
Second Lieut. Israel R. Sheldon, May 22, 1863. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (3.) 

First Lieut. Charles II. Pope, October 6, 1862. 
Pint Lieut. George W. Field. October 26, i- 
First Lieut. William A. Arnold, May 4, 1863. 

Expiration of term of service, (3.) 

First Lieut. Peter C. Smith, November 2. 
Second Lieut. Philip s. Chase, N iveoiber 2. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Albert E. Adams, March 25, 1865. 

Discliarged, (1.) 

Captain James Bclger, Decemfler 30. 1864. 

Missing, (2.) 

Second Lieut. Robert B. Smith, since February 1865. 
Second Lieut. Lorenzo Escunbrach, since April, 1?65. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 

Captain Ciarlcs D. Owen, December 24, 1862. 
Captain Horace S. Bloodgood, April 24. 1Kb':}. 
First Lieut. Edward II. Scars. Novemb r 15, 1862. 
First Lieut. Otto L. Forslow, June 28, 1864. 

Discharged, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Andrew T. McMillian, March 3, 1865. 

Died, (2.) 

Second Lieut. Benjamin E. Kelley. May 5. 1863. of wounds, 
at Falmouth, Va. (Brevet Captain October lit. 1864.) 

Second Lieut. Charles V. Scott, January 21, ltrO'5, of wounds 
received at battle of Cedar Creek, Ya. 



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249 



BATTERY H. 

The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part 
is not yet published in ardent.) 

Captain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4) 



(in Jeffrey Hazard, August 17. 16(53- 
First Lieut Clement Webster, February 7. 1863. 

Crawford Allen, jr 1 Oct., b'3 Fir>t Lieut. Charles F. Mason. April 16, 1864. 

Lieut. George If. Blair, May 21, 1864. 
First Lieutenants. 

Discharged, (1.) 

Walter M. Knight 27 Apr., 64 

(Brevet Captain 2 April. I Second Lieut. Benjamin II. Childs, November 25, 1864. 

Alkn Hoar 24 Aug., 

Missing, (1.) 
Second Lieutenant. ' 

Captain Charles H. J. Hamlin, since June — , 18G2. 

Anthony B. Horton 20 Dec. 

(Brevet First Lieut. 2 April, 1^65.) 



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
• Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the days of muster oat. 



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RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY. 



*SECOND REGIMENT. 
(BATTALION OF.) 
(This regiment was organized at 
Providence, R. L, in June, 1861, to 
«erve three years. The original 
members (except veterans) were 
mustered out June 17, 1864, and the 
remaining men consolidated into a 

* battalion, which was retained in 
■erriee until July 13, 1865, when 
mustered out in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

" FIRST BULL RUN," " YORKTOWN," 
" WILLIAMSBURG," "MALVERN 
HILL," " ANTIETA.M.' "FREDSR- 
ICKSBURO," "MAYRE'S HEIGHTS," 
"SALEM HEIGHTS," "GETTYS- 
BURG," "RAPPAHANNOCK STA- 
TION," " WILDERNESS," " SPOTT- 
SYLVANIA," "COAL HARBOR." 
"PETERSBURG," "FORT STEVENS," 

• "OPEQ.UAN." 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Elisha H. Rhodes 6 Feb., 65 

(Brevet Captain 5 Dec, 1864.) 

Major. 

Henry H. Young 14 Nov.. 64 

(Bvt, Lieut. Colonel 13 Mar., 1865.) 

Captains. 

Stephen Thurber 31 Oct., 64 

George T. Esterbrook...lu 

James A. J cilery 10 Dec., 

David Small 38 Mat., 65 

{Brevet Captain 9 Sept., 1864.) 

Charles E. Perkeoi 98 Mar., 65 

Joseph Pollard 22 Apr., 

First Lieutenants. 

Rob't W. Small, It. Q. M. 23 Sep., 64 

Benjamin Gk West 31 Oct., 

ThomdikeJ.Smith,^4ft.29 l>. ... 
(Brevet Captain 1 Aug., 18(i4.) 

William V. ran- io Feb., 65 

William H. Bullock 14 Apr.. 

Robert Robcrteou 17 Apr., 

James N. Granger 21 Apr., 

Second Lieutenants. 

James McKay . 89 Mar.. 65 

Frederick A. Burt 92 Apr. . 

Surgeon. 

William F. Smith 18 Mar., 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (19.) 

Colonel Nelson Viall, January 29, 1863. 
Colonel Horatio Rogers, jr., January 15, 1864. 
Major Thorndike C. Jamison, January 8, 1863. 
Captain Charles W. Greene, June 28, 1861. 
Captain George W. Weeden, September 23, 1861. 
Captain Edward II. Stars, November 5, 1861. 
Captain John Wright, November 12. 1861. 
Captain Charles W. Turner, November 28, 1861. 
Captain Beriah 8. Brown, January 2, 1863. 
Captain Edward Stanley, February 12, 1863. 
First Lieut. Stephen T. Arnold, October 11, 1861. 
First Lieut. Samuel J. Smith, Adft, January 7, 1863. 
First Lieut. David A. Holmes. August \f, lt-63. 
First Lieut. J. Henry Tatee, R Q. M., March 14, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frank M. Gould, February 28, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Henry Williams. July 30, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Joseph S. Manchester, December 11, 1861. 
Second Lieut. George B. Peck, jr , June 20, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Lucius S. Bolles, Srptemb-.r 10, 1863. 

Discharged, (20.) 

Captain Otis F. G. Clarke, July 20, 1862. 

Captain William G. Turner, July 21, 1863. 

Captain James A. Bowen, June 90 

First Lieut. John M. Duffy. August 5, 1861. 

First Lieut. Liici* II. Bourn, July 18. - 

First Lieut. William J. Ellis, October 14, 1862. 

First Lieut. Mo*e* W. Collins. December 97, 1862. 

First Lieut Benjamin li. Manchester. January 15, 1863. 

First Lieut Jmmti Lassies*, January 17, 1863. 

First Lieut. Isaac M. Church. May 4, 1803. 

First Lieut. Charles EL O'Connor, July 31, 1863. 

First Lieut. Adin B. Capron. September 97, - 

Lieut Henry CSouthwiek, March 2.1. 
First Lieut Samuel B Russell, September 94, 1864. 

: ... ut. Edmund F. Prentiss, October 31, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frank S Ilalliday. May 15, 
First Lieut. Jeremiah H. Pourjee, June 16, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Nicholas Underwood, At 
Second Lieut. Edmund F. Prentiss. September 99, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John K. Dorrance, June 20, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (25.) 

Lieut. Colonel Samuel B. at Lead. June 17, 1864. 
Major Henry C. Jeueks. June 17. 

ii Edward A. Russell, June 17, 1864. 
Captain Thomas Foy, June 17, If 
Captain Stephen II. Brown, June 17. 1864. 
Captain William B Sean, June r 
Captain John G. Beveridge. June 17, L( 
Captain Samuel J. English, June 17. i 

D John 11. Waterhouse. June 17. 
First Lieut. Charles A. Waldron, June 17, 1S64. 
First Lieut. Autos M. Bowvn. Juue 17. - 
First Lieut. Charles J. Tinkour, June 17. 1864. 
First Lieut. William J. Bradford. June IT 
First Lieut. Stepheu West, ir.. June 17, if 64. 
First Lieut. Obed H. Giffbrd, June 17. I - 
First Lieut. Charles T. Brown, June 17. 
First Lieut. William L. Jf'heaton. June 17, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Patrick Lyons, June 17. 
Second Lieut. George L." Nason, June 17, 1864. 



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RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY. 



251 



Assistant Surgeon. 
Chaplain. 



Second Lieut. Aaron W. Clarke, June 17, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Thomas F. Usher, June 17, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry C. Dixon. June 17 
Second Lieut. John M. Turner. June 17, 1664. 

i leorge W. Carr. June 17 
Chaplain Jolin D. Bengless, June 17, 1864. 

Promoted, (8.) 

Colonel Frank Wh'eaton, £. 3., November 29, 1862, to Briga- 
dier General roli 

lonel William II. P. Steers, June 12, 1862, to Colonel 
4th Rhode Island vols. 

Captain ! 25, 1861, to Lieut. Colonel 

4th Rhode Island vols. 

Captain Cyras G. Dyer, October 17. 1682, to Major 12th Rhode 
Island 

Captain William Amos February 12, 166;}, to Major 3d Rhode 
Island heavy artillery. 

it. Josses Aborn, R. ({. M.. November 26, 1662, to Cap- 
tain and A. (J- M- 

Beeoad Lieut. Henry C. Cook, August:.. 
I 8. army. 

Second Lieut Ooorga Clendenin, jr., March 11,1662, to Cap- 
tain und -4. A. U. 

Ditmimtd, (4.) 

lonel Xathan GoJ. jr . March 13 

i Francis L. Wheaton, September 12. - 
...t Surgeon Morn.- . ; d 21, 1863. 

Died, (11.) 

Colonel John S. Slocum, July 21, 1661, killed in action nt Bull 
Km 

divan Ballou, July 21, 1861, killed iu action at Bull 
Ran, 
Captain Levi Tower, July -'!, 1861, killed in action at Bull 

Ran, Ya. 
Captain Samuel J. Smith, July 21, 1661, killed in action at 

Bull Run, Ya. 
Captain £slans A'. Aerate*, Jul] Wow York. 

Captain Joseph Mcintyre.May 5, li i action at the 

Wil'! 
Captain John P. >haic, May 5, 1664, killed in action at the 

Va. 
Captain (l<arl>s If. < . ::iber 19, 

1864,) April 6, 1>6."> ki l< d in action at Sailors' Creek, Ya. 

;t. William II. Perry, April 6, 186.3, killed in action 
- dors' Creek, Ya. 
Second Lieut. Thomas II. Carr. July 2, 1863. 

Lieut. Clark E. Bates, July 18, ls63, of wounds receiv- 
ed in action at Salem Heights, Ya. 

Minting. (1.) 

nt Surgeon James Harris, October 31, 1861. 



NOTE L— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, f 
Note 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



252 



RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY. 



*FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Providence, R. L, October 30, 1861, 
to serve three years. The original 
members (except veterans) were 
mustered out October 15. 1864, and 
the remaining men transferred to 
the 7th regiment Rhode Island 
vols.) 

"ROA.VOKE ISLAND," " NKWHF.RN." 
"FORT MACON," "SOUTH MOUN- 
TAIN,'' "• ANTrKTAM." '• FKKDKK- 
ICKSUURG," "SUFFOLK," " WK1.- 
DON RAILROAD," "POPLAR SPRING 
CHURCH," "HATCHER'S RUN." 

Colonel. 
William II. P. Steerg,a. w. m. 
Lieutenant Colonel. 

Martin P. Buffum 24 Dec. , 62 

Major. 

James T. P. Bucklin 9 Jan., 63 

Captains. 

Edward P. Brown 2 Mar., 62 

(Brevet Major, 2 April, 1865.) 

WilliamF. Hall 11 Aug., 

Walter A. Read 11 Aug., 

Caleb T. Bowen 11 Aug., 

Frank A. Chase 11 Aug., 

William .J. Reynolds 16 Dec, 

Stunner W. Sherman. .. 2 Mar., 63 

Charles 11. Greene 2 .Mar., 

Jamei W. I. yon l . 

(Brevet Major, 13 March, 
Pelegll. Gibbs 7 Sept., 

First Lieutenants. 

Geo. F. Crowninshiel(l...]l Aug., 62 
Henry J. Spooner, Adj't. 5 Oct., 
Albert G. Tilllnghaet....l3 J in.. 63 
Edwin A. Pierce lfi Feb., 

Benjamin B. IfOTM 'J Mar., 

Edwin H. Johnson 18 Sept.. 

Allen Jenki 28 Sept., 

Philogene M. Nichols.. ..24 .luue. 64 
Brayton Knight, /•'. Q.M.,a. ic. vi. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles C. Eldrldge 12 Oct., 62 

George R. White 13 Jan.. 03 

William C. Gluey 13 Jan., 

Charles Wilson 13 J an.. 

William It. Perry 11 April, 

tGeorge L. Kibby 26 Sept, 

James S. C. Grinned 15 April, 64 

Surgeon. 
Assistant Surgeon. 
Albert C. Diedrick, a. w. m. 
CMplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (29. 

Lieut. Colonel George W. Tew, August 11, 1862. 
Major John A. Allen, August 11. 1862. 
Major Levi E. Kent, September 26, 1662. 
Captain William 8. Ckase, July 20, it 

in Nelson Kenyon, August 11, i 
Captain Henry Simon, August 11, 1862. 
Captain Erastus E. Laphain. August 11, 1862. 
Captain I- rail M. Ilopkius, August 11, 1862. 
Captain William C. Wood, August 11, 1862. 
Captain Isaac M. Church. December 27, 1862. 
Captain Erastus Joslyn. March 25. 1863. 
Captain Dennis P. Andrews, March 31, 1863. 
First4.ieut. Charles H. Johnson, April 27, 1862. 

0. Cahoonc, July 29, 1862. 
First Lient. Charles Sydney Smith, A Q. M.. August 11, 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles \V. Monroe. August 11. 186:2. 
Eirst Lieut. E. Waller West. Augnst II, 1863. 
Eirst Lieut. George II. Watts. August 14. 1663. 
Second Lieut. Zeriak B. Smith, February 24, 

! Lieut Estut W. Harbeck, Aprils, 1862. 
Second Lieut Albert If. Bitrdick, July I. 
Second Lieut. Jabez S. Smith. AagUttl 1 I 
Second Lieut. Otis A. Baker, August ! 1 

d Lieut. John E. Drohan, August 11. It 

1 Lieut, lliiiry L. Starkire.a'lnr. August 11. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Hunt. Febrnary 1. 
Assistant- Burgeon George L. Smalley, September 24, 1862. 
Chaplain Alonao H. Flanders, October 31, - 
Chaplain Silas S. Cummings, October 1 I 

Discharged, (3.) 

Captain Charles II. Greene. September 30, Ifi 

Eirst Lieut. George F. Waterman. September 19, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Joshua 1'. Clark, January 14, 1863. 

Expiration of term of service, (2.) 

Surgeon Henry W. Rivers, August 26 

:it Surgeon Robert Millar, August 26, 1864. 

Promoted. (1.) 

Colonel Isaac P. Rodman, April 28, 1862, to Brigadier General. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Jeremiah Brovn. August 15, 1862. 

Eirst Lieut. Giorgt E. Curtis, December 24 1862. 

Died, (4.) 

lonel Joseph B. Curtis, killed in action at Frederick*- 
bur;,'. \ »r 13, 1862. 

Captain Charles Tillinghast, killed in action at Newbcrn. H, 

C, March 14, 1862. 
Second Lieut. John K. Kuowles, killed in action July 30. 

1864. 
Second Lieut. George W. Field, killed in action July ; 



* For 3d regiment see 3d heavy artillery. t Prisoner of war at muster out of regiment 

NOTK 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
Note 2. The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY. 



253 



'SEVENTH REGIMENT. 
(BATTALION OF.) 



(This regiment was organized at 
nee, R. I B 
1862, lor three years. The original 
members were mustered out and 
the remainingmeu cousoli '. 

lion ol three companies, June 
9. 1865. which was diechai ged July 
13, 1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 



FREDFRICKSDURG," " SIFGE OF 
TOCKSBURG," " .1 ICXI 
BARBOR," "KORTH anna 
DOS RAILROAD," "sPOTTSTLVA- 
PIT1 ELSBURO, " " POFLAB 
SPUING CHURCH," •• HATCHER'S 
RUN." 



Major. 



Captains. 

Caleb T. Bowen 11 Aug., 62 

Daniels. Remington... 13 June, 65 
Winthrop A. Moore 17 June, 

First Lieutenants. 

Edwin R. Allen 26 Oct., 64 

George B. Castello 27 June, 65 



Second Lieutenant. 
Merchant Weeden 17 June,' 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (23.) 

Captain Thomas 15. Carr, January 11. 1863. 
Captain Lyman N. Bennett, January 11. 1863. 
Capta January 12, - • 

Captain Rowland G. Rodman, February 22, 1663. 
: David It. Kenyon," March'4, ' 
Durfee, March 23, 
Captain James II. Remington, May 2, 1863. 
Captain Thomas Green, April 2:>. 1864. 
Captain Theodora Winn, June 22 
Capta. r 10. 1864. 

First Lient William Hill. Oetoh 

B. ininan. December 26. 186-2. 
Fir>t Li< ut. T! - wir.11, January 12, 1863. 

January 24, 186:3. 
I harlefl P. Page, .Ulj't, "February 23, 1863. 
Lincoln, April 20. - 

Second Lient 1$. C. B - 1862. 

Secoud !. h W. Morton. December 7 

Lieut Charles T. Hairy, January !>. 

Second Lieut < oaway, January 16 

Secoud Lient Dexter L. Browned, Apnl 'in. 

ant .Surgeon Willia; 1. January 2, 1663. 

Chaplain llarris Howard, July 1 



Discharged, (11.) 

Lieut. Colonel Job Arnold. May 28, 1864. 
Major Tbomai i ; !864. 

Captain Edward T. Allen, Ji 
Captain H'illiam J. . 

I -tober24, 1S63. 
Find Li.-ut. Benjamin (i. Perkins, July 21. If 

ober 21. 1864. 
Seeuud Lieut. John 1 December 24, 1663. 

Secoud Lient Henry Young, April v.7 

Lient George L. Kibby, March 15, If 
Secoud Lieut. Fuller Dingley, March 23, lb65. 



Eipiration of term of service, (19.) 

Colonel '/ m. U. y., U. 3., June 9, 186.5. 

Lieut. Colonel Percey Daniels, (Brevet Colonel July 30, 1864,) 

June 9 
Capta. Wilbur. June 9, 1865. 

Captain Ethan A. Jenks, June 9 
Captain George X. Stone, June 9, 1865. 
Captain Will. am H. Joyce, June 9 
Captain Edwin L. Hunt, June 9, 1865. 
Captain Edward P. Brown. June 9. Ifi 
Captain James N. Potter, June 9. 1865. 

it John Sullivan. Adj't. June 9, 1865. 
Firr-t Lieut. Ephraim C Morse, R. Q. M„ June 9, 1865. 
First Lieut. Winfleld 8. Cbappell, June 9, 16 
First Lieut. John .McKay, jr., June 9. - 
First Lieut. James F. Merrill, June 9, - 
Fir>t Lieut. William II. Johnson, June 9, 1865. 
First Lieut. Jauie> T. Phelps, June 9. 1865. 
Second Lieut. William W. Webb, June 9, 1865. 
Surgeon James Harris, June 9, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Albert G. Sprague, June 9, 1865. 



* For 5th regiment see 5th heavy artillery. The 6th regiment failed to complete its organization. 



254 



RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 
Charles G. Corey 29 Apr., 63 

Chaplain. 



Promoted, (1.) 

Lieut. Colonel George E. Church, March 4, 1863, to Colonel 
11th regiment Rhode Island vols. 

Died, (6.) 

Lieut. Colonel Welcome B. Saylcs, killed in action at Fred- 
ericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862. 
Major Jacob Babbitt, December 22, 1862, of wounds received 

in action at Fredericksburg, Va. 
Captain Peleg E. Peckham, (Brevet Major July 30, 1864,) 

April 3, 1865, of wounds received in action at Petersburg, 

Va. 
First Lieut. Albert L. Smith, August 31, 1863, of disease, at 

Nicholasville, Ky. 
First Lieut. Albert A. Bolles, April 7, 1865, of wounds received 

in action. 
Second Lieut. Charles F. Kellcn, January 5, 1863, of wounds 

received in action at Fredericksburg, Va. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Alfred M. Channell, August 1, 1864. 

First Lieut. Samuel Fesseuden, R. Q. AT., December 13, 1864. 

Transferred, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Joseph S. Manchester, January 9, 1664, to 
2d battalion Vet Reserve Corps. 



NOTE 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
OrderB before August 31, 1865. 
NOTE 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the days of muster out. 



RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY. 



255 



♦ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 




• Casualties. 




(This regiment was organized 


at 







Providence, R. L, October 1, 1862. 


Resigned, (8.) 




for nine months. It was mustered 




out July 13, 1863, by reason of 


ex- 


Colonel Edwin Metcalf, November 9. 1862. 




piraticn of term of service.) 




Colonel Horatio Rogers, jr., February 6, 1863. 




(The official list of battles in which 


Captain Hopkins B. Cady, November 11, 1862. 




this regiment bore an honorable 


Captain Albert C. Howard, March 2. 18H3. 




part, is not yet published in orders.) 


[ ut. Edwin II. Burliugame, March 20, 1863. 








Lieut James T. Edward-. March 26, 1863. 




Colonel. 




Second Li. ut. Caleb B. Harrington. Februarys. 1863* 




George E. Church 11 Feb., 


63 


Second Lieut. Seth W. Cowing, March 6, lc63. 




Lieutenant Colonel. 








J. Talbot Pitman 1 Oct., 


62 






Major. 








Nathan F. Moss 5 Nov., 


62 






Captains. 








Charles W. Thrasher ... 1 Oct., 


62 


» 




Charles II. Parklnirst . . . 








Thomas W. Gorton 1 Oct., 








Edward Taft 1 Oct., 




# 




Amos G. Thomas 1 Oct., 








Joseph H. Kindrick 1 Oct., 








William A. Mowry 1 Oct., 








William II. Ayer 1 Jan., 


63 






Joel Metcalf 1 Jam, 








William A. James 11 Mar., 








First Lieutenants. 


• 






Henry S. Olnev. /.'. Q.M. . 1 Oct., 


62 






Thorn 1 Oct., 








John E. Bradford 1 Oct., 








James 8. Hudson 1 Oct., 








Joseph T. Snow 1 < )ct.. 








Frank R. Dennis 








Charles S. Mathewson. .. 1 Jan., 


63 






William Stone 








Robert Fessenden, Adft 17 Feb., 








William K. Clark .......14 .Mar., 








Samuel Thurber .90 Mar. , 








Daniel Bush, a. tr. m. 








Second Lieutenants. 








William A. Champlain .. 1 Oct, 


62 






Henri E. Bacon 1 Oct., 








Nathan T. Robinson 11 


63 






Edward K. Thompson .. . 








Orvifle M. Remington. .. 10 Mar., 








Ira B. Wilson 14 Mar., 








Albert G. Bates 14 Mar., 








William T. Luther 13 Apr., 








John Pittman.jr 8 May, 








Amos Cross, a. w. m. 








Surgeon. 








Thomas W. Perry 1 Oct. , 


62 






Assistant Surgeons. 








George H. Taft 1 Oct.. 


62 






Joseph W. Grosvenor ... 1 Oct. , 








Chaplain. 








John B. Gould 1 Oct., 


62 







NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 
* The 8th regiment failed to organize. The 9ih and 10th regimenw were three-months organization* 



256 



RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY. 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 
(MILITIA.) 
(This regiment was organized at 
Providence, It. I., October 13, 1862, 
to serve nine months. It was mus- 
tered out by reason of expiration 
of term of service July 29, 1863.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

George H. Browne .13 Oct., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

James Shaw, jr., a. w. m. 

Major. 

Cyrus G. Dyer.-. 17 Oct., 62 

Captains. 

James M. Longstreet 13 Oct., 62 

James H. Allen 13 Oct., 

John J. Phillips -..13 Oct., 

William E. Hubbard.... 13 Oct., 

Oliver H. Perry 13 Oct., 

George A. Spink 13 Oct., 

William C. Rogers 4 Nov., 

Christopher H. Alexan- 
der 29 Apr., 63 

OBcar Eapham, a. v>. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

John L. Clarke, R. Q. M. -13 Oct. , 62 

William H. King 13 Oct., 

Arnold F Salisbury 13 Oct., 

Edmund W. Fales 13 Oct., 

George H. Taber 25 Dec. , 

Albert W. Delanah 29 Apr., 63 

Luther Cole, jr 29 Apr. , 

James A. Bowen 29 Apr., 

George Buckl in 15 June, 

Matthew N. Chappell, Adj't, a. w. to. 
Munson H. Najac, a. w. m. 
Edward F. Bacon, a. w. to. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles H.Potter 22 Dec, 62 

Edward V. Wescott 26 Apr., 63 

Beriah G. Browning 30 Apr., 

Francisco M. Ballou 30 Apr., 

John H. Weaver 30 Apr., 

Joseph C. Whiting, jr . . . 2 June, 
Charles M. Winchester.. 15 June, 

James A. Williams 15 June, 

Henry M. Tillinghast, a. zc. to. 
Fenner H. Peckham, a. w. m. 

■ Surgeon. 

Benoni Carpenter 13 Oct., 62 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Samuel M. Fletcher 6 May, 63 

Chaplain. 

Samuel W. Field 13 Oct., 62 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (6.) 

First Lieut. Stephen M. Hopkins. December 19, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Edward P. Butts, November 20, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Daniel R. Ballou, April 25, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Joseph Pollard, May 25, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Prosper H. Hutchinson, April 14, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Henry King, May 16, 1863. 

Discharged, (6.) 

Captain Edward S. Cheney, January 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. John Turner, Adj't, December 25, 1862. 
First Lieut. Jules Macheret. December 25, 1862. 
First Lieut. John S. Roberts, January 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. George F. Lawton. February 16, 1863. 
First Lieut, George F. Bicknell, May 20, 1863. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Captain George C. Alney, January 2, 1863. 

Died, (2.) 

First Lieut, Richard A. Briggs, killed in action at Fredericks 

burg, Va., December 13, 1862. 
First Lieut, James M. Pendleton, March 11, 1863, of disease, 

at Westerly, R. I. f 

Missing, (1.) 
Captain John P. Abbot, since June, 1863. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY. 



257 



INDEPENDENT COMPANY 
HOSPITAL GUARDS. 


Casualties. 


(This company was organized at 
Portsmouth Grove, R. I., Decem- 
ber 6, 1862, to serve three years. 
It was mustered out August 26, 
1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 




Captain. 




Christopher Blanding... 6 Dec, 62 




First Lieutenant. 




William S. Chace 12 Nov., 62 




Second' Lieutenant. 




John H. Hammond, a. w. m. 





Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of mustei out. 



17 a 



258 



CONNECTICUT CAVALRY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was first organized at 
Madison, Conn., November 2, 1861, 
for three years, (as a battalion of 
four companies.) Additional com- 
panies were organized as follows : 
one (E) of recruits forwarded from 
the State from August 9, 1862, to 
July 28, 1863; two (F and G) at 
Baltimore, Md., October 5, 1863; 
five at various dates between No- 
vember, 1863, and February, 1864. 
Original members were mustered 
out by detachments in November 
and December, 1864 ; and the organ- 
ization, composed of veterans and 
recruits, remained in service until 
August 2, 1865, when it was dis- 
charged, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Brayton Ives, 17 Jan., 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Edward W. Whitaker. . .17 Jan., 65 



Major. 
John B. Morehouse 16 Feb., 65 



Captains. 

Jason D. Thompson 29 Jan., 64 

Manton D.Upson 10 Feb. , 

WiUiam C. Spellman 1 Oct., 

Henry T. Phdlips. 13 Oct., 

James R. Strout 3 Dec. , 

John R. Skidmore 10 Dec, 

Edwin M. Neville, £R. %., 16 Feb., 65 

Benjamin B. Tuttle 16 Feb., 

James Wheeler 28 Juno, 



First Lieutenants. 



Clift,jr 5 Oct., 63 

John H. Bristol 26 Jan., 64 

James H. Kane 29 Jan.,- 

Aaron S. Lanfare, fH. %]., 29 Oct. , 
Henry W. Robertson, R. 

Q. M 19 Nov., 

Elias S. Brown 5 Dec, 

James L. Richardson, 

Adft 9 Jan., 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (12.) 

Lieut. Colonel Charles Famesworth, May 17, 1864. 
Major Judson M. Lyon, August 15, 1862. . 
Major Leonard P. Goodwin, June 28, 1865. 
Captain Andrew W. Bowen, February 28, 1862. 
Captain Louis N. Middlebrook, November 21, 1862. 
Captain Howell Atwater, January 19, 1864. 
I First Lietft. Henry W. Burr, May 10, 1862. 
First Lieut, Charles B. Dyer, R. C. S., June 9, 1865. 
First Lieut. Frank D. Brinsmade, June 29, 1865. 
Second Lieut, Allen F. Phillips, April 26, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Levi E. Tyler, May 5, 1865. 
Chaplain Theodore J. Holmes, March 23, 1865. 

Discharged, (14.) • 

Captain Joab B. Rodgers, February 2, 1865. 

Captain William E. Riley, June 28, 1865. 

First Lieut. Richard R. Crawford, December 14, 1861. 

First Lieut. William G. Bunce, December 1 , 1862. 

First Lieut. William Strong, April 20, 1864. 

First Lieut. James W. Gove, April 23, 1864. 

First Lieut. James Colev, May 7, 1864. 

First Lieut. Samuel W. Hawley, August 16, 1864. 

First Lieut. William T. Cook, October 25, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Eriggs, January 20, 1865. 

First Lieut. Lester W. Cowles, May 15, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Charles Bradley, February 12, 1864. 

Second Lieut, Lewis L. Stewart, October 4, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Edward B. Dyer, March 6, 1865. 



Expiration of term of service, (4.) 

Colonel Erastus Blakeslee. October 26. 1864. 
Captain Edwin W. French, October 25, 1864. 
First Lieut. Harrison J. O. Walker, Adft. October 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. William C. Harris, R. Q.' M., October 26, 1864. 

Died, (8.) 

Captain Albert H. Niles, March 15, 1863, of disease, at the 

Baltimore Infirmary, Md. 
Captain Elbridge Colburn, May 12, 1864, at New Haven, 

Conn. 
Captain Addison G. Warner, killed in action at Ashland, Va.. 

June 1, 1864. 
Captain Joseph Backus, killed in action at Old Church Tavern, 

June 10, 1864. 
Captain Uriah N. Parmclee, killed in action at Fair Oaks, Va., 

April 7, 1865. 
First Lieut. Charles P. Williams, November 28, 1861, at Chi- 
cago. 111. 
First Lieut. John W. Clark, killed in action at Ashland, Va., 

March 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edward H. Lattimer, February 14, 1864, at 

Baltimore, Md. 



Dismissed, (5.) 

Colonel William S. Fish, April 21, 1864. 

Major George O. Marcy. November 21, 1864. 

Captain William E. Morris, June 16, 1864. 

First Lieut. Marcus Sterling. March 7, 1864. 

First Lieut. Alfred V. Burnham, November 14, 1864. 



CONNECTICUT CAVALRY. 



259 



Second Lieutenants. 



William H. Ravens 10 June, 64 

Thomas G. Wellofl 29 Sept., 

{Brevet Captain 29 Sept., 1864.) 

James W. Crime; 13 Oct., 

James W. Knovvles 18 Oct., 

Hugh B. Brockaway J Dec, 

William P.Ford 7 Jan., 65 

Stephen N. Hinman 7 Jan., 

James Bradley 7 Jan., 

John Andrews 18 Feb., 

Surgeon. 

George A. Hurlburt 25 Feb., 64 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Thomas E. Buck 27 Mar.. 63 

Herbert M. Bishop, a. w. m. 



Chaplain. 



NOTE 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 
Note 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



260 



CONNECTICUT HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized as the 
4th infantry, at Hartford, Conn. : 
from May 21, 1861, to February 1, 
1862, to serve three years. On ex- 
piration of term of service the ori- 
ginal members (except veterans) 
were mustered out, and the organi- 
zation, composed of veterans and 
recruits, retained in service until 
September 25, 1865, when it was 
mustered out, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Henry L. Abbot £iU.i).,£.a.,19Jan.,63 
{Brevet Brig. General 1 Aug., 1864.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

George Ager 5 May, 65 

{Brevet Lieut. Colonel 9 Apr., 1865.) 

Major.-!. 

Charles O. Brighara .. ..22 May, 65 
Henry H. Fierce 24 May, 

(Brevet Major 9 March, 1865.) 
Samuel P. Hatfield 24 May, 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 

Captains. 

William G. Pride 13 Apr., 64 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 
William A. Lincoln 8 Nov., 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 
John M. Twiss 10 Nov., 

(Brevet Major 25 March, 1865.) 
Glenroy P. Mason 19 Nov., 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 
Charles R. Bannon 19 Nov., 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 18G5.) 
George D. Sargeant 19 Nov., 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 
George Dimock 9 Dec., 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 
William C. Faxon 9 Dec, 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 
Bela P. Learned 2 Jan., 65 

(Brevet Major 9 April, 1865.) 
Frank D. Bangs 24 May, 

(Brevet Captain 9 April. 186.3.) 
William H. Rogers 24 May, 

(Brevet Captain 9 April, 1865.) 
Cornelius Qillett 24 May, 

(Brevet Captain 9 April, 1865.) 



First Lieutcnajits. 

George M. Williams 28 Dec, 

Henry D. Patterson 8 Nov., 

Joseph Talcott 8 Nov., 

Thomas D. Cashin 8 Nov., 

(Brevet Captain 6 April. 1865.) 
John O'Brien 8 Nov., 

(Brevet Captain 9 April, 1665.) 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (39.) 

Colonel Levi Woodhouse. August 31. 1861. 

Major Henrv W. Birge, November 13, 1861. 

Major E. S." Kellogg, August 14. 1862. 

Major George B. Cook, Mav 4. 1865. 

Major A. F. Brooker. May 4, 1865. 

Captain Nicholas S. Hallenbeck, October 18, 1861. 

Captain Oscar A. Dennis. December 3, 1861. 

Captain Robert G. Williams, March 24, 1862, 

Captain Uriah Wallace. May 18. 1862. 

Captain Darius W. Siprell. May 26, 1862. 

Captain George A. Waskburn, August 6. 1862. 

Captain Thomas S. Gilbert, November 19, 1862. 

Captain Roland S. Burbank, February 9. 1863. 

Captain Edward P. Allen, August 4, i863. 

Captain Joseph Perkins. December 3, 1863. 

Captain George M. Harmon, December 7, 1863. 

First Lieut. John A. Turner, November 6, 1861. 

First Lieut. Willis A. Pomeroy, November 7, 1861. 

Fh>t Lieut. Thomas J. Mills. December 27, 1861. 

First Lieut Edward A. Mix. February 10, 1862. 

First Lieut. Walter D. Ives, March 24^ 1862. 

First Lieut. Thoma< D. Oliver, March 24, 1862. 

First Lieut. Stephen H. Baldwin, Mav 6, 1862. 

First Lieut. Elijah W. Gibbons. May 6, 1862. 

First Lieut. Herman Glafrke, May 6, 1862. 

First Lieut. Frank J. Jones. July 17, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William Soby. September 30, 1861. 

Second Lieut. Edwin F. Hendricks, December 1, 1861. 

Second Lieut. Alfred S. Dickenson. December 18, 1861. 

Second Lieut. Charles W. Gleason. June 4, 1862. 

Second Lieut. John H. Tingleu, December 31, 1862. 

Second Lieut. William Chamley, September 5, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Austin L. Humphrey, June 23, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Charles A. Chittenden, August 30, 18C5. 

Assistant Surgeon Jonathan H. P. Stevens, September 1, 1862. 

Assistant Surgeon William Soulc, September 3, 

Assistant Surgeon H. Clinton Buuce, October 19, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Henrv A. Hovt, December 7, 1863. 

Chaplain Edward A. Walker, July 17, 1862. 

Discharged, (18.) 

Major L. G. Hemingway, August 17, 1864. 

Captain Joseph C. Dunford. October 26. 1861. 

Captain Oliver Burke, May 23, 1862. 

Captain Theodore H. Rockwood, December 12, 1863. 

Captain Daniel R. Hubbard. September 20. 1864. 

First Lieut. William G. Fitch. September 12, 1862. 

First Lieut. Edward B. Smith, October 25, 1863. 

First Lieut. Paul Harwood, June 16. 1864. 

First Lieut. James R. Bunce, June 23, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Owen, December 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles A. Truesdeil, April 26. 1865. 

First Lieut. Ebenezer P. Mason, (Brevet Captain March 13, 

1865.) May 6. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Edwin Post. November 10. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Edward D. Tyler. April 9, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William H. Birge. May 5. 1864. 
Second Lieut. William B. Burgess, June 20. 1865. 
Second Lieut. William H. Batterson. July 1, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon J. S. Delevan, March 26, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (19.) 

Lieut. Colonel Nelson L. White. November 22. 1864. 
Captain Edwin C. Dow, October 26,*1864. 
Captain William F. Osborne, November 4, 1864. 



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Robert Lewis 8 Nov., 64 

{Brevet Captain 25 March, 1865.) 
Sterling A. Woodruff . . .19 Nov., 

(Br, ret Captain 9 April. 1865.) 
George F. Bill 19 Nov., 

(Brevet Captain 9 Apr., 1865.) 
■William R. Guernsey . . .10 Dec, 

Thomas J. Beers 10 Dec. , 

Lewis B. Sturgis 10 Dec, 

Isaac N. We-tervelt 2 Jan., 65 

Martin L. Church 24 May, 

William B. Atwood 24 May, 

Hobart W. Denning 24 May, 

Wells W. Reed 24 Mav, 

Charles W. Smith 21 

(Brevet First Lieut. 9 April, 1865.) 

Charles W. Filer 24 Mav. 65 

John E. Tarbell 24 May, 

Arzro Drown 24 May, 

(Brevet First Lieut. 25 Mar., 18650 

Second Lieutenants. 

Henrv W. Loomis 8 Nov., 64 

Wm.*II. II. Bingham ... 8 Nov.. 

(Brevet First Lieut. 25 Mar.. 1865.) 

George II. Couch 8 Nov., 64 

' First Lieut. 9 April, 1865.) 

William 8. Malony 10 Nov., 64 

James II. Casey 10 N 

(Brevet First Lieut. 25 Mar., 1865.) 
Gardiner Reynolds 10 Not., 64 

(Brevet First Lieut. 9 Apr 

'.Bergin 27 N< v., 64 

John W. Miller 27 Nov., 

Janus P. Elliott 10 Dec, . 

Charles N. Silliman 10 Dec, 

(Brevet First Lieut. 13 Mar., 1865.) 

Hayden D. Palmer 15 June, 65 

Henry E. Taintor 15 June, 

Eldridge E. Paddock 15 June, 

George L. Fox .15 June, 

Edwin N. Chipman 15 June, 

William H. H iggs 15 June, 

Henry Baker 15 June, 

George F. Larkin 15 June, 

Ansil H. Couch 15 June, 

Daniel W. Raymond 15 June, 

Surgeon. 
Samuel W. Skinner 5 June, 61 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Nathaniel Matson 23 Apr.. 64 

William H. Thompson. «£7 June, 65 

Chaplain. 

Samuel F. Jarvis 24 Dec, 62 

The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom 
medals of honor have been awarded 
by the Secretary of War : 

Private George E. McDonald. 



Captain Edward A. Gillett, November 5, 1864. 
Captain Franklin A. Pratt. November 11, 1864. 
Captain John H. Burton, December 26. 1864. 
First Lieut. Lewis G. Logan, October 22, 1864. 
First Lieut. Raswell 8. Douglass, December 11, 1864. 
First Lieut. William W. Pardee, March 11, 1865. 
First Lieut. Lewis W. Jackson, March 12, 1865. 
First Lieut. William H. Brown, March 12, 1865. 
First Lieut. Andrew Knox, March 15, 1865. 

ut. Henry A. Pratt, (Brevet Captain March 13. 1865,} 
' March 18, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Frederick L. Pond, October IP. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Arthur H. Twining, October 26. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Alfred L. Morgan, October 26, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Philip A. Manix, October 26. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Aaron R. Day, October 27, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Benjamin Andrews, October 29, 1864. 

Promoted, (8.) 

Colonel Robert O. Tyler, Wi. \)., £. S., Nov. 29, 1862, to 
Biigadier General. 

Captain Sanford H. Perkins, June 17, 1862, to Major 14th 
Connecticut vols. 

Captain Cyrus C. Clark, August 8, 1862, to Major 14th regi- 
ment Connecticut vols. 

First Lieut. Charles M. Robins, September 10, 1862, to Cap- 
tain aud C. S. 

First Lieut. Charles H. Whittlesey, May 15, 1863, to Captain 
and A. A. G. 

Second Lieut. Edgar C. Beraan, November 14, 1861, to Cap- 
tain and C. S. 

Second Lieut. William B. Ells. September 30, 1862, to Cap- 
tain 2d Connecticut heavy artillery. 

it Surgeon Edwin Bentley, September 4, 1861, to Sur- 
geon U. S. vols. 

Dismissed, (4.) 

First Lieut. Albert C. Ravmond. January 13. 1863. 
First Lieut. Nelson B. Gilbert, February 15, 1864. 
Lieut Robert A. Sedgwick, March 20. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Walter F. Smith, November 15, 1862. 

Died, (6.) 

Lieut. Colonel Thomas S. Trumbull, March 30, 1865, of disease. 
Captain Charles Bulkerley, February 13. 1864. 
Fir>t Lieut. George L. Turner, August 21, 1864. 

nt Joseph H. Cummings, August 28, 1864, of disease. 
■it. John Odell, killed in action at Petersburg, Va., 
March 25, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Eben P. Hall, July 12, 1864, of wounds received 
before Petersburg, Va. 

Transferred, (1.) 

Assistant Surgeon E. F. Hendrick, January 28, 1863, to 15th 
regiment Connecticut vols. 



Noti: 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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SECOND REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Litchfield, Connecticut, from July 
25, 1862, to September 9, 1862, for 
three years, as the I9th regiment of 
infantry. Changed to heavy ar- 
tillery, and designated the 2d regi- 
ment, November 23, 1863. Two 
additional companies were raised 
from January 11, 1864. to February 
13, 1864. The original members 
were mustered out from July 7, 
1865, to July 20, 1865, and the re- 
maining men consolidated into a 
battalion of eight companies, which 
was mustered out August 18, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

"COAL HARBOR," "PETERSBURG," 
"OPEQUAN," "FISHER'S HILL," 
"CEDAR CREEK." 



Colonel. 
James Hubbard 25 Jan., 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jeffrey Skinner 26 Jan.. 65 

{Brevet Lieut. Colonel ' 19 Oct., 1864.) 



Majors. 

Edward W. Jones 20 Oct., 64 

Augustus H. Fenn 20 Jan., 65 

{Brevet Major 19 Oct., 1664 ) 

Chester D. Cleveland 28 Jan., 65 



Captains. 

Robert A. Potter 25 Aug., 64 

GadN. Smith 2Jan., 65 

Hubbard E. Tuttle 29 Jan., 

Jam s N. Coe 19 Feb., 

Henry S. McKinney 15 Mar., 

Michael Kelly 15 Mar., 

Henry Skinner 13 Apr., 

Orlow J. Smith 28 Apr., 



First Lieutenants. 

Theodore F. Vail, Adft, 5 Mar., 64 
E. C. Huxley, R. Q. M..V.I Apr., 

Joseph B. Fenn 20 Dec, 

William L. Twiss 21 Dee., 

Dwight O Kilbourn. ...19 Feb., 65 

Homer S. Curtiss 19 Feb., 

Lewis Mungcr 19 Feb., 

James M. Snowden 19 Feb., 

William A. Hosford 15 Mar., 

David C. Munson 18 Apr., 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (13.) 

Colonel Leverett W. Wess-ds. September 15, 1863. 

Lieut. Coionel Nathaniel Smith, May 2, 1864. 

Captain William Bissell, July 21. 1863. 

Captain Edward O. Peck, July 25, 1863. 

Captain George S. Williams, March 16, 1864. 

First Lieut. Gideon D. Crane, December 26, 1862. 

First Lieut. Lyman Teator. March 5. 1S63. 

First Lieut. Fred. A. Cooke, June 8, 1863. 

Fh>t Lieut. Charles J. Deming, Adft, July 30, 1863. 

Second Lieut. George E. Betta, September 15, 1862. 

Second Lieut. George K. Hyde, October 26, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Jeremiah W. Phelps, September 15. 1862. 

Chaplain Jonathan Wainwright, January 20, 1863. 

Discharged, (18.) 

Major William B. Ells, December 24, 1864. 

Captain Eli Sperry, March 30, 1864. 

Captain Walter Bnraham, February 4, 1865, (Brevet Major 

January 23, 1865.) 
Captain Alexander B. Shumway, February 7, 1865. 
Captain Edward F. Gold, February 24. 1665. 
Captain William H. Lewis, June 25, 1865. 
First Lieut. Oliver P. Loomis, August 30, 1864. 
First Lieut. Wilbur W. Birge, September 10, 1864. 
First Lieut. Philip E. Chapin, October 17, 1864. 
Fir.-t Lieut. Bushrod H. Camp, November 5, 1864. 
First Lieut. E. S. Hubbard, December 31, 1864. 
First Lieut. John M. jUregory, January 10. 16 
First Lieut. Morris H. Sanford, •January 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Warren Alford. April 20, 1665. 
First Lieut. John E. Wheeler, May 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Alexander 1J. Shunnvay August 3, 1863. (Re- 
commissioned Captain August 1, 1664.) 
Second Lieut. Oscar Piatt, January 20, 1865- 
Second Lieut. Orsaiuus R- Tyler, March 17, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (10.) 

Captain William S. Spencer. July QO, 1865. 
Captain James Doane, July 2u, 1665. 
Captain Edward W. Marsh, Julv 20, 1865. 
First Li' ut. James W. Dixon. July 20, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Salmon A. Granger. July 20. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles P. Traver, July 20. 1665. 
Second Lieut. Seneca Edgett. Julv 20, 1665. 
Second Lieut. Homer W. Griswold, July 20, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Admantha Bates. July 20. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Thomas Hall, July 20, 1865. 

Promoted, (3.>' 

Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie. 129. $., 
1864, to Brigadier General of roll. 

First Lieut. Bradley D. Lee, R. Q. M. 
Captain and C. S. 

Assi-tant Surgeon John W. Lawton, April 4, 1863, to As- 
sistant Surgeon U. S. A. 

Dismissed, (1.) 
Second Lieut. David R. Norman, September 1, 1864. 

Died, (12.) 

Colonel Elisha S. Kellogg, killed in action June 1, 1664, at 
Coal Harbor. Ya. 



8. 3., December 23, 
March 22, 1664, to 



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Second Lieutenants. 

Daniel E. Marsh 5 Mar., G4 

Austiu P. Kirkham 17 Sept., 

Charles A. Reynolds 1 Nov., 

Orville B. Tiffany 26 Dec, 

John E. Sedgwick 31Jan., 65 

Frederic A. Lucas 16 Feb., 

Amzi P. Clark 23 Feb., 

George D. Stone 23 Feb., 

Charles F. Anderson 23 Feb., 

William S.Cooper 23 Feb., 

Jo-eph Pettit 23 Feb., 

David E. Soule 23 Feb., 

Azria N. Lamoreaux 23 Feb., . 

Heman Ellis 23 Feb., 

Frederick M. Cooke 23 Feb., 

Calvin L. Davis 18 Apr., 

Surgeon. 

Henry Plumb, a. w. m. 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Jndson B. Andrews 29 July, 63 

Robert G. Hassard, a. to. m. 

Chaplain. 

Winthrop H. Phelps 5 Jnne, 63 



Major James Q. Rice, killed in action September 19, 1864, at 
Winchester, Va. 

Captain Luman Wadhams, June 3, 1864, of wounds received 
at Coal Harbor, Va. 

Captain Fred. M. Berry, September 28, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in battle at Winchester. Va. 

Captain Benjamin F. Hosford, killed in battle October 19, 
1864. at Cedar Creek, Va. 

First Lieut. Orrin II. Knight. July 6, 1864, at Transit hos- 
pital, N. Y., of wounds received in action near Peters- 
burg. Va. 

First Lieut. Frnnklin J- Candee, killed in battle September 
19. 1^64. at Winchester, Va. 

First Lieut. James P. MeCabe, October 3. 1864, of wounds 
received in action at Winchester, Va. 

First Lieut. William McK. Rice, November 8, 1864, while on 
leave <>f absence. 

Second Lieut. George B. Hempstead, June 30, 1664, in hos- 
pital, City Point, Va , of wounds. 

Second Lieut. Horace Hubbard, killed in battle September 19, 
1864, at Winchester, Va. 

Second Lieut. William II. Cotrprswell. October 7, 1864, of 
wounds received in battle at Winchester, Va. 

Missing, (1.) 

Second Lieut. Calvin Hatch, since June 1, 1864. 



NOTE 1. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 

Note 2. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 



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CONNECTICUT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 



THREE INDEPENDENT BAT- 
TERIES. 
FIRST BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Meri- 
den, Conn., October 26, 1861, to 
serve three years, at the expiration 
of which time the original members 
(except veterans) were mustered 
out, and the veterans and recruits 
retained in service until June 11, 
1865, when mustered out in accord- 
ance with orders from the War De- 
partment.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable part, 
is not yet published in orders.) 
Captain. 

James B. Clinton 10 July, 64 

First Lieutenants. 

Sylvanus O. Dickinson.. 16 Nov., 64 

Theron Upson 13 Feb., 65 

Second Lieutenants. 

Arthur E. Clark ..18 Nov., 64 

Samuel A. Scranton 13 Feb. , 65 

SECOND BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Brid ge- 
port, Conn., September 10, 1862, to 
serve three years, and mustered out 
August 9, 1865, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this battery bore an honorable 
part,is not yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 

Walter S. Hotchkiss 1 Jan., 65 

First Lieutenants. 

Miles Gray 4 Jan., 65 

Frank H. Whiting 31 Jan., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Justus B. Hawley 2 Jan., 65 

Henry B. Chaffee 1 May, 

THIRD BATTERY. 

(This battery was organized at Nt w 

Haven, Conn., from August 25, 

1864, to October 29, 1864, to serve 

one year. The original members 

were mustered out June 23, 1865, 

and the remaining men transferred 

to the 1st Connecticut artillery.) 

(The official list of battles in which 

this battery bore an honorable 

part.isnot yet published in orders.) 

Captain. 

Thomas S. Gilbert .27 Oct. , 64 

First Lieutenants. 

Henry Middlebrook 27 Oct., 64 

Nelson B. Gilbert 6 Dec, 

Second Lieutenants. 

William C. Beecher 22 Dec, 64 

Richard E. Hayden 1 Mar., 65 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (1.^ 

First Lieut. Seldon E. Porter, January 31, 1863. 

Discharged, (3.) 

First Lieut. John S. Cannon, October 17, 1862. 
First Lieut. Hezekiah B. Smith, jr., January 30, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William T. Seward. October 16, 1862. 

Expiration of term of service, (1.) 
First Lieut. George P. Bliss, October 26, 1864. 

Promoted, (1.) 

Captain Alfred P. Rockwell, June 19, 1864, to Lieutenant Col- 
onel 6th Connecticut vols. 

Died, (1.) 

First Lieut. George Metcalf , May 15, 1864, of wounds received 
in action at Proctor's Creek. Va. 



Casualties. 



Discharged, (4.) 

Captain John W. Sterling, October 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Philip B. Segel, January 6, 1863. 
First Lieut. George Munger, November 10, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Philo B. Sherman, Jr.nuary 21, 1864. 



Casualties. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTKT. 



265 



*FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(VETERAN.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Hartford, Conn., July 26. 1601, for 
three years. The original mem- 
bers (except veterans) were mus- 
tered out July 22, 1864. and the 
organization, composed of veterans 
and recruits, retained in Mnriee 
until July 19, 1865, when mastered 
out in accordance with orders from 
the War Department. 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry W. Daboll 31 Aug., 63 

(Brevet Colonel 13 March, 1865). 



Major. 

William S. Cogswell ....31 Aug., 63 
(Brevet Lieut. Colonel 13 Mix., 1865.) 



Captains. 

Charles H. Sanford 13 Feb., 63 

William C. Rockwell ...16 Oct., 

Adolphus P. Reily 1 Nov., 

Albert L. Gavitt 15 Dec, 64 

Isaac Kelluin 15 

Michael Donovan 15 Dee. , 

Charles W. Wakely 15 Dec, 

Harlan P. Rugg 15 Dec, 

James Stewart, jr 8 Apr., 65 

James Butterfield 29 Apr., 



First Lieutenants. 

Walter Burns 16 Oct., 63 

Edw'd K. Carley.i?. Q.JV/.22 July, 64 

Albert C. Burdick 15 Dec, 

Napoleon J. Stone 15 Dec, 

Elisha R. Starr 15 Dec, 

Dennis Beach 23 Jan., 65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (27.) 

Colonel George D. Chapman, January 23, 1863. 

Major David F. Lane, June 4, 1863. » 

Captain Edward P. Allen, September 23. 1861. 

Captain Albert S. Granger, November 2, 1861. 

Captain James T. Sutton, September 13, 1862. 

Captain David B. Hamilton, October 31. 1862. 

Captain Edwin E. Marvin, January 11, 1803. 

Captain George W. Corliss, January- 21, 1863. 

Captain Wilson Wvnnt, January 31, 1863. 

Captain Edward J.* Rice, July S3, 1863. 

First Lieut. Robert R. Miller, September 8, 18C1. 

First Lieut. George F. Bill, October 28, 1861. 

First Lieut. William Hamilton, 2d, January 31, 1863. 

First Lieut. William H. Webster, April 16, 1863. 

First Lieut. James Hewison, July 4, 1863. 

Second Lieut. De Grasse Fowler, jr., September 23, 1861. 

Second Lieut William T. Darrow, May 2, 1862. 

Second Lieut. George W. Met ker, November 24, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Jamas Roberts, February 3, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Luzerne A. Palmer, April 1, 1863. 

Second Lieut. William H. Noyes, Julv 17, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Styles G. Hyatt, August 20, 1863. 

Surgeon William C. Bennett, June 28, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Samuel McClellan, January 31, 1862. 

Chaplain George W. Lasher, December 11, 1861. 

Chaplain Horace Window, August 3, 1862. 

Chaplain Moses C. Welch, July 5, 1864. 



Discharged, (17.) 

Colonel Warren W. Packer, October 20, 1864. 
Captain Theodore H. Dibble, October 20, 1864. 
Captai a Alfred A. Cbinery, October 24, 1864. 
Captain Alfred L. Packer, October 30, 1864. 
Captain Charles Doyle, October 31, 1864. 
Captain William P. Smith, November 1, 1864. 
Captain Madison P. Whitney, January 10, 1865. 
First Lieut. Edwin E. Carter, January 18, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles Reynolds, August 6, 1864. 
First Lieut Eugene H. Covey, October 4, 1864. 
First Lieut. William A. Daniels, Adj't, October 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. William H. Purrinton, October 31, 1864. 
First Lieut. Edgar A. Stratton, November 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George Titus, August 4, 1864. 
Second Lient. Alvin H. Hart, November 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Addison M. Whitlock, November 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Perry P. Wilson, December 22, 1864. 



Expiration of term of service, (1.) 
First Lieut. George K Raymond, July 22, 1864. 

Promoted, (8.) 

Colonel. Orris S. Ferry, March 17, 1862, to Brigadier General 

of vols. 
Lieut. Colonel Thomas H. C. Kingsbury, November 27, 1861, 

to Colonel 11th Connecticut vols. 
Captain Griffin A. Sieadnian, jr., November 27, 1861. to Majoi 

11th Connecticut vols. 
Captain Brayton Ives, April 23, 1862, to Captain and A. A. G. 

of vols. 



1st h^avy'artmery d 3d regimentS ° f infactl T were three-months organizations. For 4th infantry see 



266 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



John H. Brevster 29 Apr. , 65 

Enos A. Sage, 29 Apr., 

George F. Selleck 29 Apr., 

Philander Alden 20 May, 

Lowell M. Snow 20 May, 



Second Lieutenant. 
Isaac N. Welden 16 Oct., 

Surgeon. 
Evelyn L. Bissell 23 Mar. . 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Andrew J. Gilson 26 Jan., 



Chaplain. 



63 



First Lieut. Edward V. Preston, R. Q. M., February 19, 1863, 
to Paymaster U. S. A. 

First Lieut. Julius M. Keeler, May 27, 1863, to Provost Mar- 
shal of Oregon. 

First Lieut. Henry L. Johnson, September 4, 1863, to Captain 
and A. A. G. of vols. 

Surgeon John B. Lewis, April 4, 1862, to Surgeon U. S. vols. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Lieut. Colonel James A. Betts, May 12, 1863. 
First Lieut. Henry Owen, January 13, 1363. 

Died, (7.) 

Lieut. Colonel Henry B. Stone, January 20, 1863, of wounds 

received at Cedar Mountain. 
Major Edward F. Blake, killed at battle of Cedar Mountain, 
August 9, 1862. 

64 | Captain George S. Benton, killed at battle of Chancellorsville, 
May 3, 1863. 
First Lieut. Ileber S. Smith, Adft, killed at battle of Cedar 

Mountain, August 9, 1862. 
First Lieut. Henry If. Dutton, killed at battle of Cedar Moun- 
tain, August 9, 1862. 
i First Lieut. James P. Henderson, killed March 16, 1865. 
63 Second Lieut. Putnam Day, August 19, 1861, of disease. 



Transferred, (1.) 
Captain Justin H. Chapman, September 2, 1863, to V. R. C. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before the 3 1st day of August, 1865. 
Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



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267 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 

iThis regiment was organized at New 
Haven. Conn., September 1J. 1861, 
to serve three years. On the ex- 
piration of its term of service the 
original members (except veterans) 
were mustered out, and the organi- 
zation, composed of veterans and 
recruits, retained in service until 
August 21, 1865, when it wil mus- 
tered out, in accordance with or- 
ders from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
DanielKlein 3 Oct., 64 

Major. 

Hiram L.Grant 7 Mar., 65 



Captains. 



Eugene Atwater 13 Feb., 65 

John P. Connell 13 Feb., 

Frederick Striby, jr 13 Feb., 

Alfred B. Beers 23 Mar., 

Joseph Miller 83 Mar. , 

John B. Gilbert S3 Mar., 

Charles J. Buckbee 23 Mar., 



First Lieutenants. 



Sidney S. Hicks 5 June, 64 

W. II.H.Wooster,7?.Q.M31 Oct., 
Benj. B. Penfield, Adft .10 Dec, 

James A. Wilson 13 Feb., 65 

Walter Anderton 23 Mar.. 

Patrick Dillon S3 Mar., 

J, DM I "Whitelev 33 Mar., 

JohnH. Botts S3 Mar., 



Second Lieutenants. 



George A. Gesner 24 Nov., 64 

Deforest W. Ferris 18 Feb., 65 



Surgeon. 



Myron O. Robinson 21 Dec, 64 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (14.) 

Colonel Redfield Duryee. May 29, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel John Speidel, July 20, 1863. 
Captain Thomas K. Bates, November 4, 1861. 
Captain Thomas Boudren, January 14, 1864. 
First Lieut. Horatio Blanchard, March 1. 1862. 
Firgt Lieut. William II. Stowe, November 10. 1863. 
First Lieut. John C. Kichols, Januarv 28, 1864. 
First Lieut. Martin Stodlar. March 17, 1864. 
First Lieut. George Louis, April 14, 1864. 
First Lieut. Robert Hoppe, November 10. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry Stoddard, March 10, 1 - 
Second Lieut. William G. Kenlock, March 14. J862, 
Secoud Lieut. William Burritt, October 9, 
Second Lieut. William U. Meeker, February 10, 1863. 

Discharged, (36.) 

Colonel Alfred P. Rockwell. February '.' 
Lieut. Colonel William G. Ely, August 4, 1862, 
Lieut. Colonel Lorenzo Meeker, September 13, 1864. 
Captain Arnold Leach, August 26, 1863. 
Captain Benjamin F. Prouty, December 31, 1863. 
Captain Edward P. Hudson, February 19, 1864. 
Captain John P. King, June 4, 1864. 
Captain Samuel C. Peck, jr., July 1, 1864. 
Captain George Soder, September 11, 1864. 
Captain John II. Tracy, September 12. 1864. 
Captain Frederick B. Osborn, October 26, 1864. 
Captain Bennett S. Lewis, December 4. Ie04. 
Captain John Stottlar, December 4, 1864. 
Captain Charles II. Nichols, January 4, 1865. 
Captain Henrv Biebel. March 12, 1865. 
First Lieut. Edicard H. Hotchkiss, December 16, 1862. 

lent baac V. B. Williams. /,'. Q. .;/., May 11, 1863. 
First Lieut. QutUmu S. Dana, October 20, 1863. 
First Lieut. Walter Fitch, Adft, July 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Gotlieb Ilildebrand, Septembers, 1?64. 
First Lieut. Joseph Colton, R. Q. M., September 13, 1864. 
Fir.-t Li -at. Norman Provost, September 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry F. Stanley, Adft, November 23, 1864. 
First Lieut. Daniel J. West, March 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Frederick Dodd, October 11, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Levi C. Gilbert, April 18, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Moritz Pfaff, October 3, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Henry S. Brown, March 1, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George Bellows, November 10, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Andrew Grogan, November 22, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John Waters, March 8, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Rudolph Kost, March 12, 1865. 
Surgeon Frederick L. Dibble, September 12, 1864. 

nt Surgeon Edward Bulkley, September 12, 1664. 
Chaplain Curtis T. Woodruff, April 18, 1864. 
Chaplain Charles C. Tiffany, May 8, 1865. 



Expiration of term of service, (1.) 
First Lieut. Andrew Marshall, August 1, 1865. 

Died, (12.) 

Colonel John L. Chatfield, August 9, 1863, at Waterbury, 
Conn. 



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CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



Assistant Sitrgeon. 
Henry A. Hoyt 14 April, 65 

Chaplain. 



Captain Henry G. Gerrish, August 19, 1852, in hospital at 
Beaufort, S. C. 

Captain Levwis C. Allen, jr., April 20, 1864, at Hilton Head, 
6. C. 

Captain Jay P. Wilcox, killed in action at Chester Station, 
Va.. May* 10, 1864. 

Captain Horatio D. Eaton, killed at Drury's Bluff, Va.. Mav 
16, 1864. 

Captain Dwight A. Woodruff, September 21, 1864, in hos- 
pital at Fortress Monroe, Va. 

First Lieut. William T. Bradley, May 21, 1864, at Wart-bot- 
tom Church, Va. 

First Lieut. Clovis E. Hammond, June 27, 1864, in hospital at 
Fortress Monroe, Va. 

Second Lieut. William H. Johnson, February 22, 1863, at 
Beaufort, S. C. 

Second Lieut. Stephen 8. Stevens, killed at Fort Wagner, Mor- 
ris Island, July 18. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Woodbury H. Stalee. August 18. 1864. 

Second Lieut. Marshall J. Tourtelotte, July— ,1863. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster oat. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



2G9 



SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at New 
Haven, Conn., September 13, 1861, 
for three years. The original mem- 
are mustered out September 
20, 1864, and the organization, com- 
posed of veterans and recruits, was 
retained in service until July 20, 
1865, when it was mustered out, in 
accordance with orders from the 
War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorablo 
part,ia not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
Seager S. Atwell 1 July, 63 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 

Jerome Tourtelotte 1 June, 65 

Cup tains. 

John Thompson 7 Feb., 64 

Henry B. Gill 89 Not., 

William S. Marble 1 Jan., C5 

William H. Pierpont 31 Mar., 

Willard Austin :. 1 Apr., 

Ira B. Smith 28 Apr., 

Lucas Sutliff 7 May, 

First Lieutenants. 

Benjamin A. Hill 18 Nov., 64 

Win. II. Augur, R. Q. M. 1 Dec, 
Albert M. Holden, AdftAO Dec, 

John G. Cox 1 Apr., 65 

Dennis O'Brien 1 Apr., 

William W. Newman ... 1 Apr., 

Andrew 11. Kinney 1 Apr., 

William H. Havnes 28 Apr., 

Wilbur F. Goodyear 3 May, 

Leonidas Hitchcock 8 May, 

Charles M. Shailer 8 May, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Albert W. Burgess 27 Nov., 64 

Nicholas Van Deusen 1 Apr., 65 

Surgeon. 
George C. Jarvis 10 Oct., 62 



Assistant Surgeon. 
Samuel B. Shepard 22 May, 64 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (14.) 

Lieut. Colonel George F. Gardiner, May 19. 1863. 
Captain Charles Burton. November 18. - 
Captain Daniel G. Francis, June 2T 
Captain Sylvester F. Gray, January 27. 1864. 
Captain Benjamin II. Skinner. March 8, 1864. 
Captain Jeremiah Townsend, October 31, 1864. 
Captain Valentine B Chamberlain. April 27. 1865: 
First Lieut. William Charnley. August 4. 1863. 
First Lieut. Leverett Wright* Anguj-t 10 
I First Lieut. Samuel J. Cony. Janvary 24, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Gorham Dennis, January 3, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Chauneev 11. Keatar, April -J9. 1808. 
Second Lieut. George. D. Sanger. January 27. 1863. 
Chaplain Heman L. Wayland, January 1, 1864. 

Discharged, (9.) 

Lieut. Colonel Daniel C. Rodman, October 22, 1S64. 

Major Oliver S. SaniVrd, January 31. 

Captain Charles C. Mills, December 19, 1864. 

Captain John B.. Dennis, February 21 

Captain Jerome Tourtelotte. March 1G, 1865. (Recommis- 

sionedas Maj. June 1. - 
First Lieut. Charles J. Greene, April 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. William E. Phillip*, March 16, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Daniel S. Coe, January 21, 1864 
Second Lieut. Henry H. Pierce, January 5, 1665. 

Expiration of term of service, (16.) 

Captain Theodore Bacon, September 12. 1864. 

Captain James A. Burns, October 18, 1864. 

Captain Edward S. Perry, October 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. Thomas L. ilaydeu, September 12. 1864. 

First Lieut Oadan L. Hatch, Septembers, !• 

First Lieut. Theodore C. Wildman, October 26. 1864. 

Fir>t Lieut. John J. Hutchinson, October 26. 1864. 

Fir.-t Lieut. William S. Marble, October 26, 1664. 

First Lieut. Ira E. Hicks. December 4, 1864. 

First Lieut. John B. Young, December 12, 1864. 

Pint Lieut John Van Keuren, December 2">. IccVj. 

Second Lieut. Byron Bradford, October 26, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Newton F. Baldwin, November 23. 1864. 

Second Lieut. Raphael Gilbert, December 20. 1664. 

Second Lieut. Elmer C. Jordan. May 14, 1665. 

ant Surgeon Elmore C. Hine, September 19, 1664. 

Promoted, (7.) 

Colonel Alfred H. Terry, April 25, 1862, to Brigadier General 

of vols. 
Colonel Joseph R. Hawley, September 17, 1864, to Brigadiei 

General of vols. 
First Lieut. Adrian Terry, January 9, 1863, to Captain and 

A. A. G. 
Firs* Lieut. William T. Seward, R. Q. M., October 1, 1864, 

to Captain and C. S. 
First Lieut. E. Lewis Moore, Adft, November 24, 1864, t<7 

Captain and A. A. G. 
Surgeon Francis Bacon, August 14, 1862, to Surgeon U. S. 

vols. 
Assistant Surgeon Horace P. Porter, March 14, 1864, to Sur- 
geon 10th regiment Connecticut vols. 



70 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



Dismissed, (1.) 
First Lieut. Joseph S. Dunning, August 5, 1862. 

Died, (15.) 

Captain Edwin S. Hitchcock, killed in action at James Island, 
S. C, June 16, 1862. 

Captain Charles E. Palmer, July 7, 1862, of disease. 

Captain Theodore Burdick, killed in action at Fort Wagner, 
July 11, 1863. 

First Lieut. Grosvenor Starr, Adft, March 5, 1862, of disease, 
at Tybee Island, Ga. 

First Lieut. E. Lewis Bull, Adft, October 20, 1862, commit- 
ted suicide at Hilton Head, S. C. 

First Lieut. Robert Dempsey, killed in action, February 20, 
1864. 

First Lieut. Charles E. Barker, killed in action, August 1G, 
1864. 

Second Lieut. Thomas Hooton, killed in action at James 
Island, S.C., June 16, 1862. 

Second Lieut. John II. Wilson, killed in action at Fort "Wag- 
ner, July 11, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Charles A. "Wood, May 15, 1864, of wounds 
received in action. 

Second Lieut. Frank Hull, killed in action, May 31, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Henry B. Lee, killed in action, August 16, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Edwin J. Merriam, September 6, 1864, of 
wounds received in action. 

Second Lieut. Morton A. Taintor. killed in action, October 
27, 1864. 

Chaplain Jacob Eaton, March 20, 1865, of disease. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



271 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Hartford, Conn., from the 21st to 
27th of September, 1861, to serve 
three years. On the expiration of 
its term of service the original mem- 
bers (except veterans) were mus- 
tered out, and the organization, 
composed of veterans and recruits, 
is still iu service.) 



(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part,i? not yet pubhshed in orders.) 



Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
William M.Pratt........ 12 May, 65 



Major. 



Captains. 

Thomas D. Sheffield 10 July, 

Andrew M. Morgan 22 July, 

George C. Merriam 4 Nov., 

Roger M. Ford 1 Mar. , 



First Lieutenants. 

Sidney De Kay 25 May, 

John L. Merriam 22 July, 

Joseph H. Jewett. Adj't.. 9 April, 

David A. Baldwin 9 April, 

William H. Peck 10 April, 

Fred'k Gollup, R.Q.M.. 1 July, 

Charles T. Andrews 13 July, 

William Gammed 15 July, 

George P. Edwards 28 July, 

Second Lieutenants. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (24.) 

Lieut. Colonel Peter L. Cunningham, December 23, 1861. 

Lieut. Colonel Andrew Terry. March 28, 1862. 

Lieut. Colonel Hiram Appleinan, December 23, 1862. 

Captain Henry L. Burpee, December 22, 1861. 

Captain Douglass Fowler, Januarv 20, 1862. 

Captain Charles W. Nash. March 2. 1863, 

Captain Patrick K. Ruth, March 27, 1862. 

Captain Elijah Y. Smith, March 28, 1862. 

Captain Frederick W. Jackson, May 5, 1862. 

Captaiu Samuel Glasson, August 7, 1862. 

Captain Walcott P. Marsh, December 22, 1862. 

First Lieut. Andrew W. Scott, December 27, 1661. 

First Lieut. Henry N. Place, March 18. I i 

First Lieut. Joseph II. Alexander, R. Q. M., January 8, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Francis D. Loomis, January 7. 

Second Lieut. Robert H. Burnside, March 1, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Laman Wadham, April 8, 

Second Lieut. Justin T. Ciosby, April 26, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Frederick E. Nearing, April 29, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Jeremiah M. Shephard, February 14, 1862. 

Second Lieut. John T. Bronson. October 2, IE 

Second Lieut. Charles Shepard, February 14,1863. 

Second Lieut. Daniel McKinnon, AprU 9, 1863. 

Chaplain John M. Morris, September 29, 1863. 



Discharged, (23.) 

Colonel John E. Ward. March 14, 1865. 

Lieut. Colonel Martin B. Smith, January 13. 1865. 

Captain Wolcott P. Marsh, December 22 

Captain James L. Ruosell, January 17. } 

Captain Roger M Ford, September 2, 1864. 

Captain William J. Roberts, December 21. 1664. 

Captaiu Eugene E. Graves, (Brevet Major September 29 1664.) 

April 30, J- 
First Lieut. Jacob Eaton, October 29, 1862. 
First Lieut. Nelson Bronson, January 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. Henrv E. Morgan, January 17, 1863. 
• Lieut. William J. Boatch, October 24, 1663. 
It Lieut. George W. Farnham, Mav 13, 1665. 
First Lieut. Albert T. Booth, June 14, 1865. 
Second Lieutenant Milo J. Goodrich, January 27, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Edmund A. Barker, November 7,1862. 
Second Lieut. Henry 8. Jones, January 17, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Frank W. Spaulding, June 2, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Anthony R. Canfield, July 30, 1864* 
Second Lieut. Erwin D. Hall, October 10, 1664. 
Second Lieut. Alcanzor O. Wells, October 24, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Amos L. Keables, May 15, 1865. 

nt Surgeon Sabin Stocking, April 23, 1864. 
Chaplain Joseph J. Wolley, March 18, 1862. 



65 



64 



Surgeon. 
James A. Bigelow 1 Jan., 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Theodore E. Hamilton. .20 June, 64 

Chaplain. 
Moses Smith 22 Dec, 63 



Expiration of tcrtn of service, (12.) 

Captaiu Henry M. Hoyt, October 15, 1864. 

Captain Elam T. Gooderich. November 28, 1864. 

Captain Charles M. Coit. May 30, 1865. 

Captain James R. Moore, Mav 30, 1865. 

First Lieut. Ambrose M. Dougherty, R. Q. M., October 6, 1864. 

First Lieut. Thomas S. Weed, October 16, 1864. 

First Lieut. J. Alden Rathburn, December 15, 1864. 

First Lieut. Samuel S. Foss, January 29, 1865. 

Second Lieut. George M. Stevens, October 14, 1864. 



272 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom 
medals of honor have been awarded 
by the Secretary of War: 

Corporal Nathan E. Hickock. 



Second Lieut. John S. Lane, October 14, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John H. Vorra, February 14, 1865. 
Surgeon Melancthon Storrs, October 6, 1864. 

Promoted, (5.) 

Colonel Edward Harland, November 29, 1862, to Brigadier 
General of vols. 

Lieut . Colonel Charles L. Upham, April 18, 1863, to Colonel 
15th Connecticut vols. 

First Lieut. Horace P. Gates, Adj't, May 27, 1863, to Captain 
and A. A. G. vols. 

First Lieut. JS'oah P. Ives, July 30, 1864, to Captain and C. S. 
U. S. vols. 

Assistant Surgeon H. V. C. Holcomb, August 14, 1862, to Sur- 
geon 15th Connecticut vols. 

Died, (11.) 

Captain John McCall, killed in action near Drury's Bluff, Va., 
May 16. 1864. 

Captain Henry C. Hall, killed in front of Petersburg, Va., July 
12, 1864. 

First Lieut. Charles A. Breed, July 30, 1862, of disease, at New- 
port News, Va. 

First Lieut. Marvin Wait, killed in action at Antietam, Md., 
September 17, 1862. 

Fir>t Lieut Edwin Q-. Main, November 18, 1862, of wounds 
received in battle at Antietam, Md. 

First Lieut. Alfred M. Goddard, May 9,1864, of wounds. 

First Lieut. LeviC. Bingham, May 9, 1864, of wounds received 
near Petersburg railroad. 

First Lieut. James B. Kilbourn, killed in action near Chapin's 
farm, Va., September 29, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William H. Johnson, April 6, 1862, of disease, 
at ■forehead City, N. C. 

Second Lieut. Charles N. Irvine, killed in action at Chapin's 
farm, Va., September 29, 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon Dewit C. Lathrop, April 18, 1862, at New- 
born, N. C. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

First Lieut. Marcus L. Pelham, December 29, 1864. 

Transferred, (1.) 

Captain Eleazar H. Ripley, October 7, 1863, to V. R. C. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

NOTE 2. — This regiment not being mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this register, 
its roster is made up to the 31st of August, 1865. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



273 



NINTH REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF.) 
(This regiment was organized at New 
Haven., Conn., September 26, 
1661. to serve three years, at the 
expiration of which term the origi- 
nal members (except veterans)were 
mustered out, and the veterans 
and recruits consolidated into a 
battalion of four companies, (A, B, 
C, and D,) and retained in service 
until August 3, 1865, when mus- 
tered out in accordance with or- 
ders from the War Department.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Lieutrnant Colonel. 
Jolmp. Healy 1 Dec, 64 

* Major. 



Captains. 

"William A. Lee 4 May, 64 

Garry J. Scott 15 Dec, 

James W. Graham 15 Dec, 

David C. Warner I July, 65 



First Lieutenants. 

Joseph H. Law lor .6 Dec, 64 

John Bolger 1 Jan., 65 



Second Lieutenants. 

Christian Street 3 July, 64 

William Gleeson 17 Dec, 

Edmund Downing 1 Jan., 65 



Surgeon. 
Rollin McNeil 10 Jan., 65 



Assistant Surgeon. 



Chaplain. 



Casualties,. 



Resigned, (18.) 

Captain John Duffy, April 10, 1862. 

Captain Michael McCartin, April 15, 1862. 

Captain Thomas C. Coates, October 15, 1862. 

Captain John Foley, December 20, 1862. 

First. Lieut. Richard A. Clancey. February 23. 1862. 

First Lieut. Thomas C. Lawler, February 25, 1862. 

First Lieut. William W. Harrall, R. Q. If., April 10, 1862. 

First Lieut. Nathan J. Bennct, January 23. 1863. 

Second Lieut. John Shaw, February 25, 1662. 

Second Lieut. Thomas Millington, March 2. 1862. 

Second Lieut. George N. Morehouse. April 11, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Daniel Carroll. May 25, 

Second Lieut. Martin Burke, Julv — , I 

Second Lieut. John McCaskcr, October 29, 1862. 

Second Lieut. William Carroll, December 20. 1862. 

Second Lieut. John Cogan. December 20 

Second Lieut. Daniel O'Sullivan, December 2, 1863. 

Chaplain Daniel Mullen, August 26, 1862. 

Discharged, (7.) 

Captain James P. Henncsy, October 25, 1862. 
Captain Charles & Palmer, June 11, 1863. 
Captain Bila« W. Sawyer. February 16. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Andrew Cole, December 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Thomas Conners, March 3, 1865. 
Assistant Surgeon Ira C. Ji'insor September 15, 1863. 
Chaplain Leo Rizzio, August 31, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (23.) 

Colonel Thomas W. Cahill, October 26, 1864. 

Lieut. Colonel Richurd Fitzgibbons, October 26, 1864. 

Major Frederick Frve, October 26. 1664. 

Captain Michael A. Williams, October 26, 1864. 

Captain Patrick Garvey, October 26, 1 - 

Captain Lawrence O'Brien, October 26, 1864. 

Captain Addis E. Pavne. October 26, 1864. 

Captain William Wright, October 26, 1864. 

Captain Elliott M. Curtis October 26, 1664. 

Captain Terrance Sheridan, November 13. 1664. 

First Lieut. Henry Katteustroth, Adj't, October 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. Thomas Fitzgibbons. B. Q. M.. O tober 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. Michael Kennedy, October 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. James Cahill, October 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. Francis McKeon, October 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. John Carroll, October 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. John Curtis, October 29, 1864. 

First Lieut. Michael Mullins, November 27, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William O'Keefe, October 26, 1864. 

Second Lieut. James Lawler, October 26, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Thomas L. Willson, October 26, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Lewis H. Goodman, November 26, 1664. 

Surgeon Charles A. Gallagher, October 26, 1864. 



Promoted, (1.) 



First Lieut. Alfred G. Hall, Adft, October 21, 1862, to Lieut. 
Colonel 74th U. 8. C. T. " 



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CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



Died, (2.) 

First Lieut. Fred. M. Fairchild, July 21, 1862, of disease. 
Second Lieut. Henry McKenna, September 24, 1862, of disease. 

Missing, (2.) 

First Lieut. Patrick T. Claffer, since August 31, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Fanell H. Gallager, since August 31, 1862. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

First Lieut John H. Clinton, October 31, 1862. 

First Lieut. Thomas Corben, R. Q. M., August 1, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Patrick Ingoldsby, August 13, 1863. 

Transferred, (3.) 

Captain John A. Nelson, January 1, 1862, to 30th Massa- 
chusetts vols. 

First Liout. Henry Finnegass, January 1, 1862, to 30th Massa- 
chusetts vols. 

Assistant Surgeon George W. Avery, December 10, 1863, to 1st 
N. O. vols. • 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



275 



TENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Hart- 
ford, Conn., October 22, 1861, for 
three years. The term of service 
of the original members expired 
October 21, 1864. and the organiza- 
tion, composed of veterans aud re- 
cruits, was retained in service until 
August 25. 1865, when it was mus- 
tered out, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

(The official list -of battles in which 

this regiment bore an honorable 

- not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Edwin S. Greeley 16 Feb , 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 
Francis G. Hickerson 1 July, 65 



Captains. 

Henry A. Peck 14 Nov.. C4 

James H. Linslev 1'.' Nov., 

John 8. Bartlett 20 Dec, 

Robert W. Adams 90 Dec, 

Daniel W. Boardman. . . -2U Dec, 



First Lieutenants. 

H. K. Parsons, R. Q. M.. 8 Aug., 64 

Arthur F. Slate 19 Nov., 

idhart 1 Jan., 65 

Joseph W. Hawxhurst, . . 1 Jan., 

Walter P. Hovey 1 Jan., 

Thomas J. Stillman 2 Jan., 

George R. Turn bull 3 Jan., 

Wm A. Robbins, Adj't.Ab Mar., 
George C. Ripley, a. w. tn. 



Second Lieutenants. 

John B. Newell 15 Jan., 65 

Joseph Grinsell 15 Jan., 

Andrew F. Jones 15 Jan., 

Edward L. Smith 27 Jan.. 

Orlando S. Goff 14 Feb. , 

Thomas B. Fowler 20 Mar., 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (36.) 

Colonel Ira W. Pettibone, November 17, 1862. 
Lieut. Colonel Benjamin S. Pardee. September 7, 1862. 
Captain Edwin B. Munson, December 14, 18(31. 
Captain Lewis Judd, January 2. 1862. 
Captain George M. Coir. August 12. 1862. 
Captain George W. Atherton. August lo. 1862. 
Captain Joseph W. Branch, January 24. lc:63. 
Captain Philip W. Hudson, March 14 - 
Captain George W. Atherton, June 10, ltuJ. 
Captain Benjamin Jcpson, June 1, 1861. 
Captain Henry L. Parker, May 28, 1865. 
Captain Francis E. Burt, August 16, It 
First Lieut. George W. Smith, December 4, 1861 
First Lieut. Horatio D. Smith, December 4. 1861. 
First Lieut. Charles C. Wiley, March 4. 1862. 
First Lieut. Htnry C. Pardee, Adjt., June 28. 1862. 
First Lieut. Charles H. Hurlburt, June 30. 1862. 
i.ieut. Charles Gatewood, August 23. 1862. 
Fire* Lieut Isaac O. Close, September 19 
First Lieut. John A. Way, October 18, 1862. 
First Lieut. Jacob Kinsr/buru, November 12, 1862. 
First Lieut Frank 8. Bond. May 5, 1863. 
First Lieut Royal A. Fowler, R. Q. M., July 4, 1864. 
First Lieut. George W. Hutchins, June 6. 1665. 
Second Lieut. Theodore Miller, December 4, 1861. 
Second Lieut. Henry II. Jennings, January 2, 1862. 
Second Lieut. George McKew, May 31, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Samuel M. Smith, July 22, 1862. 
Second Lieut. George H. Davenport, October 20, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Chauncey Hodge, May 25. 1863. 
Second Lit ut. Henry E. Chitty, September 20, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry L. Hull, June 2. 1865. 
Second Lieut. James W. Benedict, June 3. 18 
Surgeon Archibald T. Douglass, August 10, 1 - 
Surgeon Matthew T. Newton, February 18, 1864. 
Chaplain Henry L. Hall, August 10, Ifi 

Discharged, (8.) 

Lieut. Colonel Robert Leggett, August 17. 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel Ellsworth D. S. Goodyear. June 2, 1865. 
Captain Charles C. Brewster, September 19, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles T. Smith, December 3, 1861. 
First Lieut. George N. Mallory, September 6, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Ebenezer G. Allen, August 1. 1863. 
Second Lieut. David II. Holmes, May 30. 1865. 
Second Lieut. Frank G. Otis, July 4, 1865. 

Expiration of term of service, (14.) 

Colonel John L. Otis, October 18, 1864. 
Captain Ellsworth D. S. Goodyear, October 7, 18G4. 
Captain Benjamin L. Greaves, October 10, 1864. 
Captain William M. Webb, October 18, 1P64. 
Captain James S. Engles, October 18, 1864. 
Captain Albert T. Campbell. October 25, 1864. 
First Lieut. William H. Marshall, October 7, 1664. 
First Lieut. Bradley S. Keith, October 7, 1861. 
First Lieut. Benjamin Wright, October 17, 1864. 
First Lieut. Sanford B. Palmer, October 25, 1864. 
First Lieut. Henry H. Lincoln, October 26, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles T. Martin. November 11, 1864. 
Second Lieut. William L. Savage. October 18, 1664. 
Surgeon Horace P. Porter, November 5, 1864. 



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Surgeon. 
Charles R. Hart 18 Nov., 64 



Assistant Surgeons. 

Nathan H. Wright 21Jan., 65 

Henry A. Page 6 Feb., 



Chaplain. 
Henry C. Trumbull, a. to. m. 



The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom med- 
als of honor have been awarded by 
the Secretary of War \ 

Sergeant Allen Tucker. 



Died, (18.) 

Colonel Charles L. Russell, killed in action at Roanoke Island, 
N. C, February 8, 1862. 

Colonel Albert W. Drake, June 5, 1862, of disease, at Wind- 
sor, Ct. 

Major Daniel M. Mead, September 19, 1862, of disease, at 
Stamford, Ct. 

Major Henry W. Camp, killed in action at Darbytown Road, 
Ya., October 13, 1864. 

Captain Isaac L. Hoyt, March 20, 1862. 

Captain Thomas R. Mead, October 23, 1862, at Washington, 
N. C. 

Captain Henry A. Wells, killed in action at Kinston, N. C, 
December 14, 1862. 

Captain Horace F. Quinn, killed in action at Deep Bottom, 
Ya., August 14, 1864. 

Captain Selleck L. White, September 3, 1864, of wounds. 

Captain George H. Brown, killed in action at Hatcher's Run, 
Ya.. April 1, 1865. 

Captain Brainerd Smith, killed in action, April 2, 1865. 

Captain Frank Hawkins, June 23, 1865, of disease, at Rich- 
mond, Ya. 

Fii>t Lieut. William W. Perkins, killed in action at Kinston, 
N. C, December 14, 1862. 

First Lieut. Theron D. Hill, killed in action at Kinston, N. C, 
December 14, 1862. 

First Lieut. John C. Coffing, December 26, 1862, of wounds. 

First Lieut. John M. Simms. January 11, 1863, of wounds. 

Second Lieut. Henrv M. Stillmau, killed in action at Roanoke 
Island, N. C, February 8, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Albert F. Sharp, August 17, 1864, of wounds. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

First Lieut. Mark Tomlrason,' September 18, 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon Loren H. Pease, October 2, 1863. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



277 



ELEVENTH REGLMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Hartford. Connecticut, from Octo- 
ber 24, 1861, to November 14, 1861, 
to serve three years; on the expi- 
ration of its term the original mem- 
bers (except veterans) were mus- 
tered out, and the organization, 
composed of veterans and recruits, 
is still in service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
Randall H. Rice 14 May, 65 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles Warren 17 May, 65 

Major. 
Henry J. McDonald 5 July, 65 



Captains. 

Charles H. Simmons 22 Aug., 

David A. Hoag 10 Dec, 

Erastui Blackmar 10 Dec, 

Samuel W. Pray 10 Dec, 

Ernest Koeppen 16 Jan., 

Ebenezer H. Foote 13 May, 

Henry A. Eastman 13 May, 

Henry A. Walker 13 May, 



64 



65 



First Lieutenants. 

Frank H. Day 16 Jan., 

Alvin L. Burley 16 Jan., 

William Cummings 24 Feb., 

Charles E. Dibble, Adj't.12 May, 

Charles II. Winter 15 May, 

Robert Thompson 15 May, 

Royal V. Payne 18 May, 

Charles Parker, R. Q. iV.13 July, 



Second Lieutenants. 

John B. Miller 16 Jan., 

Erwin Eastman 16 Jan., 

Albert Austin 13 May, 

Peter W. Ambler 15 May, 



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65 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (25.) 

Captain Timothy D. Johnson, March 18, 1862. 

Captain William Clapp, April 2, 1862. 

Captain John II. Dewell, June 16, 1862. 

Captain Charles S. Denison, July 27, 1862. 

Captain Samuel G. Bailey, August 7, 1862. 

Captain Albert E. Daniels. October 1. 1862. 

Captain Morris P. Bray. March 27, 1863. 

Captain Adelbert Schoenherr, May 20, 1864. 

Captain Randall H. Rice, October 31, 1864. (Recommissioncd 

from civil life at Major Nov. 25, 1864.) 
Captain William G. Dickensan, February 22, 1865. 
Captain Morris Keraszynski, May 27, 1865. 
First Lieut. Nicolaus Dietrich. Jun 21, 1862. 
Pirrt Lieut. Charles H. White, July 27, 1862. 
First Lieut. John L. Daniels, August 4, 1862. 
First Lieut. Jonathan C. Randall, September 30. 1862. 
First Lieut. Henry W. Richmond, January 10. 1863. 
First Lieut. Frederick Schlachtcr, June 2. 1863. 
First Lieut. William H. Randall, Adj't, March 19, 1865. 
First Lieut. George H. Keables, May 16. 1865. 
Second Lieut. William A. Royce, March 18. 1862. 
Second Lieut. Enos A. Hall, August 5, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Adolphe Moegling, February 14', 1863. 
Second Lieut. Jerome P. Bates, June 8. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Remus Robinson, April 22. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Edward Bliss, May 1, 1864. 



Discharged, (24.) 

Captain Franklin M. Sprague, December 17. 1862. 

Captain George A. Fisher, April 22, 1863. 

Captain John Kies, July 10, 1864. 

Captain Joseph Nickerson. October 12. 1864. 

Captain William G. Dickenson, February 2, 1865. 

First Lieut John H. Norris, April 3, 1862. 

First Lieut. John R. Kerr, AugUBt 20. 1864. 

First Lieut. William E. Horton, October 5. 1864. 

First Lieut. Hartwell Cady, January 2, 1865. 

First Lieut. Frank M.-tzger. April 1, 1865. 

First Lieut. George Ca*udy, April 28. 1865. 

First Lieut. George W. Davis, R. Q. M., May 30. 1865. 

Second Lieut. George W. Warner, April 10. 1862. 

Second Lieut. William R. Payne, October 21. 1862. 

Second Lieut. Frtdtrick U. Campbell, November 9, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Egbert J. Butler, January 5. 1863. 

Second Lieut. John S. Lester, May 11. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Isaac S. Lyon, June 17, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Smith S. Gilbert, October 14. I - 

Second Lieut. David B. Mansfield, April 25. 1865. 

Second Lieut. Joseph Stanton, May*l, 1865. 

Second Lieut. Charles A. Douglas, Mav 21, 1865. 

Surgeon Charles H. Rogers, May 13, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Gideon Perry Reynolds, September 22 1864. 



Expiration of term of service, (6.) 

Captain Francis T. Brown, November 6, 1864. 
Captain Jared E. Lewis, December 25. 1864. 
First Lieut. Horace L. Hervey, October 27. 1864. 
First Lieut. Samuel B. Home, November 17. 1864. 
Fir ? t Lieut. James E. Fuller, November 20. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Christian Quinn, November 17. 1864. 



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CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



Surgeon. 
James B. Whitcomb 30 Nov., 64 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Dwight Satterlee 20 Mar. , 63 



Chaplain. 

Henry S. De Forrest 6 Sept., 63 



Dismissed, (4.) 

Captain James M. Pierpont, November 12, 1862. 
Captain Charles L. Hosford, December 2, 1862. 
Captain Howard T. Marshall, December, 1862. 
First Lieut. John H. Sniffins, September 13, 1864. 

Died, (8.) 

Colonel T. H. C. Kingsbury, September 17, 1862, of wounds 

received in action at Antietam, Md. 
Colonel Griffin A. Steadman, jr., (Brevet Brig. General Au- 
gust 5, 1864,) killed August 5, 1864. 
Lieut. Colonel Wm, Moegling, October 26, 1664. 
Major Joseph H. Converse, killed in action at Coal Harbor, 

Va., June 4, 1864. 
Captain Edwin R. Lee, killed at the battle of Newbern, N. 

0., March 14, 1862. 
Captain William H. Sackett, killed in action near Petersburg, 

Va., June 18, 1864. 
Captain Amos T. Allen, July 6, 1864, of wounds received in 

action. 
First Lieut. Samuel C. Barnum, June 15, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 

Deserted, (2.) 

First Lieut. John Dupires, June, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles Adams, June, 1865. 

Missing, (8.) 

Lieut. Colonel Charles Matthewson. since June, 1862. 
Captain William J. Hyde, since March 28, 1862. 
Captain George M. Southmayd, since July, 1862. 
Captain John Griswold, since August, 1862. 
First Lieut. Philip C. Cummings, since February 28. 1862. 
First Lieut. Jonathan A. Shipman, since April 5, 1862. 
Assistant Surgeon Natlian Maher, since March 10, 1862. 
Chaplain George Soule, since November 28, 1862. 



NOTE 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before August 31, 1865. 

Note 2. — This regiment not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its roster is made up to the 31st of August, 1865. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



279 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 
(BATTALION OF.) 
(This regiment was organized at 
Hartford, Conn., from November 
19, 1861, to December 3, 1861, to 
serve three years. The original 
members (except veterans) were 
mustered out December 2, 1864. 
The remaining men were consoli- 
dated into a battalion of six com- 
panic*, and retained in service un- 
til August 12, 1865, when mustered 
out, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this regiment 
has borne an honorable part, yet 
published in orders : 

"GEORGIA LANDING." "GOTTEN,"' 
"BISLAND," 'TOUT HUDSON." 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

George N. Lewis ..13 Oct., 64 

Major. 

Sidney E. Clark 13 Oct., 64 

Captains. 

John Brennan 18 Sept., 62 

Hiram P. Chappel 19 April. 63 

B. Smith 14 Nov.. 64 

Francis Smith 18 Jan., 65 

John Mullen 11 April, , 

James D. ltoche, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Henry Tuttle, R. Q. M. .19 Nov., 63 

Henry Gibbons 30 Nov.. 64 

John W. Phelps 17 Dec, 

Charles W. Coe 23 Dec, 

Augustine Gray -J.") Mar., 65 

William II. Root 20 May, 



Second Lieutenants. 

Edwin G. Sawn 15 Jan., 65 

Charles N. Lane 15 Mar., 

Stephen Shipman 24 Mar., 

Christopher Goss .24 Mar., 

Surgeon. 

James R. Cummings 13 Mar. , 65 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Jairus F. Lines 22 April, 63 

€haplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (8.) 

Captain Edward K. Abbott, August 20, 1862. 
Captain Stephen D. Bixbee, June 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. Gilbert Bogart, March 24, 1862. 
First Lieut. William Berry, December 2, 1864. 
Second Lieut. George W. Potter, February 11, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Edwiu H. Ncaring, June 11, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Henry S. Taiuton, August 19, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Howard L. Hine, July 1, 1865. 

Discharged, (14.) 

Colonel Henry C. Doming, January 31, 1863. 

Colonel Ledyard Colburn, June 29, 1864. 

Captain Austin F. Athmead, July 4, 1864. 

First Lieut. Sillman B. Ives, Ad'j't, March 4, 1863. 

First Lieut. Cornelius V. R. Pond, R. Q. M., March 4, 1863. 

First Lieut. Theodore Clark, August 9, 1863. 

First Lieut. (i(ome Hanks, September 2, 1863. 

First Lieut. George A. Hnrmonnt, Adj't, September 25, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles O'Neil, November 21, 1864. 

Second Lieut. John W. Hurlbut, June 26, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Solomon R. Hinsdale, August 9, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Charles F. Sc.abcrt, March 28, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Charles O. Roome, January 15, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Edwin W. Bushnell, December 1, 1864. 

Expiration of term of service, (13.) 

Captain Leonard A. Dickinson, November 21, 1864. 
Captain Johu Brennan, December 2, 1864. 
Captain Samuel H. Granniss. December 2, 1864. 
Captain Albert C. Ilendriek. December 2, 1864. 
Captain Lester E. Bralev, December 2, 1864. 
Captain John W. De Forest, December 2, 1864. 
First Lieut. A. Dwight McCall, November 21, 1864. 
First Lieut. Charles Laurie, December 2. 1864. 
First Lieut. Stephen Ball, December 2, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Joseph P. Crossmau, December 2. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Henry J. Flc'c'ter, December 2, 1864. 
Surgeon William R. Bronnell, December 2, 1864. 
Chaplain James II. Bradford, December 2, lf:64. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Nathan Frankan, November 19, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles Kelley, July 5, 1865. 

Died, (11.) 

Lieut. Colonel Frank H. Peck, September 19, 1864, in battle 

at Winchester, Va. 
Captain Joseph R. Toy, June 21, 1862, at Carrolton, La. 
Captain John P. Lowell. October 19, 1864, in action. 
First Lieut. Charles W. Cornwell, June 7, 1862, of disease. 
First Lieut. James L. Francii, March 28, 1863, of disease. 
First Lieut. William S. Bulkley, September 19, 1864, killed 

in battle at Winchester, Va. 
First Lieut. George W. Steadman, September 19, 1864, killed 

at Winchester, Va. 
Second Lieut. Stanton Allyn, August 28, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Horace E. Phelps, October 19, 1864, killed. 
Second Lieut. George M. Benton, November 4, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon M. C. Leavenworth, November 16, 1862. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



280 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(BATTALION OF.) 

(This regiment was organized at New 
Haven, Conn., from November 25, 
1861, to January 7, 1862, to serve 
three years. The original members 
(except veteran*) were mustered 
out January 6, 1865, and the vet- 
erans and recruits consolidated into 
a battalion of five companies, which 
is still in service.) 

The following is the only official list 
of battles in which this regiment 
bore an honorable partyet,publish- 
ed in orders : 



GEORGIA 
BEND," 



LANDING," " IRISH 
"PORT HUDSON." 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Homer B. Sprague 30 Dec, 63 

Captains. 

Frank Wells 17 Mar., 64 

Newton W.Perkins 25 Nov., 

Lewis Beokwith 11 Dec, 

Abner H. Sterry 23 Apr., 65 

First Lieutenants. 

William C. Gardener 21 Oct., 63 

George II. Pratt 8 Jan., 65 

John W. Maddox 23 Apr., 

William B. Tooker 27 June, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Samuel S. Taylor 11 Jan., 65 

Charles H. Gaylord 11 Jan., 

Herbert C Baldwin 11 Jan., 

Surgeon. 
George Clary 31 July, 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Lucius W. Clark 26 Aug. , 63 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (12.) 

Lieut. Colonel Alexander Warner, August 12, 1863. 
Captain Sylvester G. Gilbert, July 16, 1862. 
Captain Cyrus E. Prindle, August 14, 1862. 
Captain Henry L. Schlieter, January 13, 1863. 
Captain Charles J. Fuller, September 1, 1863. 
First Lieut. George W. Whittlesey, Adj't, October 9, 1863. 
First Lieut. John C. Kinney, June 21, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Joseph H. Meredith. August 15, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Julius Tobias, September 5, 1862. 
Second Lieut. William C. Beecher, January 29. 1863. 
Surgeon Benjamin N. Comings, January 26. 1663. 
Chaplain Henry Upson, August 13, 1863. 

Discharged, (12.) 

Captain Henry L. Bidwell, August 28, 1862. 

Captaiu Eugene Tisdale, April 30, 1864. 

Captain Alfred Mitchell, May 11, 1864, 

First Lieut. John E. Woodruff, June 15, 1862. 

First Lieut. Jared D. Thompson, February 20, 1863. 

First Lieut. Joseph B. Bromley, R. Q. M., December 29, 1863. 

First Lieut. Charles E. Tibbetts, May 11, 1864. 

First Lieut. William P. Miner, August 5, 1864. 

First Lieut. E. Emmons Graves, December 8, 1864. 

Second Lieut. George B. Dcming, June 27, 1863, 

Second Lieut. Charles Daniels, January 8, 1864. 

Chaplain Charles T. Salter, June 10, 1862. 

Expiration of term of service, (19.) 

Colonel Charles D. Blinn, January 6, 1865. 
Major Appollos Comstock, January 6, 1865. 
Captain William E. Bradley, January 6,1665. 
Captain Charles EL Cornwall, January 6, 1865. 
Captain Perry Averill, January 6, 1865. 
Captaiu Deunisou II. Finlay, January 6. 1865. 
Captain James J. McCord, January 6,' 1865. 
First Lieut. William Bishop, /.'. Q.J/., January 6, 1865. 
Fii>t Lieut. John Kinney, January 6, 1865. 
First Lieut. Robert A. Riply, January 6, 1865. 
First Lieut. William F. Norman, January 6, 1865. 
First Lieut. Joseph S. A. Baker, January 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Frederick N. Stanley, January 6, 1865/ 
Second Lieut. Everett E. Dunbar, January 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. George E. Fancher, January 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Beaton, January 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John J. Squier, January 6, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John N. Lyman, Jauuary 6, 18631 
Assistant Surgeon Samuel McClellan, Jauuary 6, 1865. 

Promoted, (3.) 

Colonel Henry W. Birge, October 6, 1863, to Brigadier General. 
Major Richard E. Holcomb, August 16, 1662, to Colonel of 1st 

Louisiana vols. 
Captain William M. Grosvcnor, October 29, 1863, to Colonel 

74th U.S. C. T. 

Died, (5.) 

First Lieut. Isaac F. Nettleton, September 27, 1862, of disease. 
First Lieut. Andrew T. Johnson, killed by railroad accident 

November 7, 1862. 
First Lieut. Jonah F. Clark, January 27, 1863, of disease. 



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281 



First Lieut. Joseph Strickland, killed in action at Port Hudson 

June 14. 1861 
First Lieut. Lewis Miessner, April 29, 1864, of wounds received 

in action. 

Transferred, (1.) 

Fir-t Lieut. John C. Abbott, September IS, 18C4, to Signal 
Corps. 



NOTE.— This organization not having been mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this 
register, its rceter is made up to the 31st August, 1665. 



282 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Hartford, Conn., August 23, 1862, 
for three years. The original mem- 
bers were mustered out May 21, 
1865, and two commissioned officers 
and the remaining enlisted men 
transferred to the 2d regiment Con- 
necticut heavy artillery May 30, 
1865.) 



" ANTIETAM," " FREDERICKSBURG," 
"CHANCELLORSVLLLE," "GETTYS- 
BURG," " BRISTOW STATION," 
" WILDERNESS, " " SPOTTSYLVA- 
NIA," "COAL HARBOR," "NORTH 
ANNA," "PETERSBURG," "REAM'S 
STATION, " " BOYDTON ROAD, " 
"TOLOPOTOMOY." 



Colonel. 
Theodore G. Ellis 11 Oct., 63 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Samuel A. Moore 11 Oct., 63 



Major. 



Captains. 

John G. Petton 27 Mar. , 64 

J. Frank Morgan 26 June, 

William Murdock 14 Feb., 65 



First Lieutenants. 

Chas. F. Dibble, R. Q. Af.23 Aug., 62 
W.B. Hinks, Adft, 4H.%.20Dct., 63 

Robert Russell 18 Nov., 

George H. Lillibridge 19 Sept., 64 

George A. Stocking 18 Nov., 

Ira A. Graham 13 Jan., 65 

Joseph Thompson 29 Jan., 

Frederick N. Fox 17 Feb., 

• 



Second Lieutenants. 

Orsamus B. Sawyer 13 Jan., 

Charles E. Penhailow 13 Jan., 

Kilburn E. Newell 22 Jan. , 

William L. G. Pritchard-15 Feb., 

* Thomas Hall 15 Feb., 

Albert De Forrest 17 Feb., 



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Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 



Colonel Dwight Morris, August 14, 1863. 
Captain William W. Hart, October 31, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Chelsea C. Vinton, December 27, 1862. 
Surgeon Philo G. Rockwell, March 8, 1863. 



Discharged, (32.) 

Lieut. Colonel Sanford H. Perkins, April 21, 1863. 
Major Cyrus C. Clark, February 28, 1863. 
Major James B. Coit, September 6, 1864. 
Major John C. Broatch, February 4, 1865. 
Captain James D. Merritt, December 19, 1862. 
Captain Frederick J. Seymour, December 24, 1862. 
Captain William H. Tubbs, February 20, 1863. 
Captain James L. Townsend, December 2, 1863. 
Captain Walter M. Lucas, March 14, 1864. 
Captain Henry P. Goddard, April 26, 1864. 
Captain Henry L. Snagg, May 5, 1864. 
Captain James F. Simpson, November 14, 1864. 
Captain George N. Brigham, December 8, 1864. 
Captain Henry Lee, January 20, 1865. 
Captain Frank E. Stoughton, January 31, 1865. 
Captain Frederick B. Doten, May 1, 1865. 
First Lieut. George N. Morehouse, December 5, 1862. 
First Lieut. Ira Emery, January 25, 1863. 
First Lieut. William J. Sherman, February 23, 1863. 
First Lieut. Wilbur D. Fisk, October 27, 1863. 
First Lieut. Frederick B. Hawlaj, January 20, 1864. 
First Lieut. Frederick S. Seymour, April 27, 1864. 
First Lieut. Samuel H. Seward, July 8, 1864. 
First Lieut. Newell P. Rockwood, November 30, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles O. Baldwin, December 19, 1862. 
Second Lieut. James E. Comstock, February 14, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John A. Tibbits, July 17, HB63. 
Second Lieut. Jonathan S. Scranton. March 2, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Julius W. Knowlton, March 29, 1864. 
Assistant Surgeon Levi Jewett, January 4, 1865. 
Chaplain Henry S. Stevens, December 22, 1663. 
Chaplain Emmons P. Bond, April 26, 1865. 



Promoted, (1.) 



First Lieut. Morton F. 
and C. S. 



Hale, November 26, 1862, to Captain 



Dismissed, (6.) 

Captain Samuel H. Davis, December 11, 1863. 
First Lieut. Miles S. Wright, March 1, 1863. 
First Lieut. Lucius L. Dyer, January 11, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Charles Lyman, May 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles W. Galpine, December 20, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Lucius F. Norton, September 6, 1864. 



Died, (18.) 

Captain Samuel Willard, killed in action at Antietam, Md., 

September 17, 1862. 
Captain Jarvis E. Blinn, killed in action at Antietam, Md., 

September 17, 1862. 



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283 



.Surgeon. 

Frederick A. Dudley 2 Apr., 63 

Assistant Surgeons. 
♦Charles Toinlinson 26 Sept., 63 

Chaplain. 



The following is a list of the enlisted 
men of this regiment to whom 
medals of honor have been award- 
ed by the Secretary of War : 

Corporal Christopher Flynru 



Captain Elijah W. Gibbon, December 19j 1862, of wounds 

received at Fredericksburg, Va. 
Captain Isaac R. Bronson, June 15, 1863, of wounds received 

at Chancellorsville, Va. 
Captain Samuel Fisk, May 25, 1864, of wounds received iu 

action at the Wilderness, Va. 
Captain James R. Nichols, August 25, 1864, of wounds, 

at Ream's Station, Va. 
Captain William H. Hawley, killed in action at Ream's Sta- 
tion, Va., August 25, 1S64. 
First Lieut. William A. Coners, December 21, 1862, of wounds 

received at Fredericksburg, Va. 
First Lieut. Theodore A. Stanley, December 31, 1862, of wounds 

received at Fredericksburg, Va. 
First Lieut. Frederick Shalk, May 23, 1864, of wounds received 

at the Wilderness, Va. 
First Lieut. Henry W. Waolham, killed in action at the North 

Anna River, Va., May 24, 1864. 
First Lieut. Perkins Bartholomew, October 28, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 
First Lieut. Franklin Bartlett, killed in action, February 5, 

1865. 
Second Lieut. George H. D. Crosby, October 23, 1862, of 

wounds received in action at Antietam, M(L 
Second Lieut. David E. Canfield, December 17, 1862, of wounds 

received in action at Frederick-bur.:. Va. 
Second Lieut. Edward W. Hart, January 2, 1864, of disease, 

at Stevensburg, Va. 
Second Lieut. James M.Moore, killed in action at Ream's 

Station, Va., August 25, 1864. 
Second Lieut. Joha T. Bradley, March 27, 1865, of wounds 

received in action at Hatcher's Run, Va. 



Transferred, (1.) 

Captain Samuel W. Carpenter, September 22, 1863, toVeteren 
Reserve Corps. 



* Transferred to 2d regiment Connecticut heavy artillery. 
NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out and consolidation. 



284 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 


Casualties. 


(This regiment was organized at 





. New Haven, Conn., August 25, 




1862, for three years. The original 


Resigned, (7.) 


members were mustered out June 




27, 1865, and the recruits trans- 


Colonel Dexter* "Wright, February 13, 1863. 


ferred to the 7th regiment Con- 


Captain Frank M. Lovejoy, March 3, 1863. 


necticut vols.) 


Captain David R. Stevens, August 7, 1863. 




Captain H. H. Stiles, August, 18, 1863. 


(The official list of battles in which 


First Lieut. John C. Kimball, R.Q.M., July 26, 1863. 


this regiment bore an honorable 


Second Lieut. Abram Bishop, July 26, 1863. 


part, is not yet published in orders.) 


Chaplain Henry D. Miller, December 1, 1863. 


Colonel. 


Discharged, (7.) 


Charles L. Upham 18 Apr., 63 






Captain Allen "W. Harvey, February 10, 1863. 


Lieutenant Colonel. 


Captain John D. "Wheeler, January 30. 1865. 


Samuel Tolles 26 Aug., 62 


Captain George M. White, May 15, 1865. 




First Lieut. George C. Merriam. November 4, 1864. 


Major. 


Second Lieut. Charles R. Coan, January 8, 1863. 




Second Lieut. Philip E. Chapin, February 25, 1864. 




Second Lieut. George Edward Hine, April 17, 1864. 


Captains. 




Theodore R. Davis 25 Aug., 62 


Dismissed, (1.) 


Reuben Waterman 1 Mar., 63 




Minot A. Butricks 3 Mar., 


Captain Samuel Hubbard, February 6, 1863. 


"William C. Burgess 20 May, 




Robert 0. Bradley 10 Nov., 




Medad D. Munson 16 Nov., 


9 Died, (9.) 


First Lieutenants. 


Major Eli W. Orsborne, April 6, 1865, of wounds. 




Captain Henry B. Peck, January 30, 1863. of disease. 


Joseph C. Allen, R. Q. Af.25 Aug., 62 


Captain Septimus S. Smith, October 6, 1864. 


Stuart Barnes 25 Ajjg., 


Captain Julius Bassett, March 8, 1865, of wounds. 


William Goodrich, jr 25 Aug., 


First Lieut. Marshall C. Augur, R. Q. M., October 11, 1864. 


Harmon B. French 3 Mar., 63 


First Lieut. W. W. Thompson, October 29, 1864, of disease. 


Solomon F. Liusley 16 Nov., 


First Lieut. Edwin W. Bishop, March 17, 1865, of wounds. 


Augustus P. Day 16 Nov., 


First Lieut. William A. Bownes, R. Q. J/* May 21, 1865. 


Philip C. Rand, Adft 20 Nov., 64 

Julius B. Bissell 26 Nov., 


Second Lieut. H. B. Levi, September 28, 1863, of disease. 


Simeon T. Hyde 9 Mar., 65 




Charles P. Brown, a. w. m. 




Second Lieutenants. 




Newell F. Barrett 1 Apr., 63 




Charles S. Gray 18 Nov., 




Henry P. Johnson 18 Nov., 




Charles F. Bowman 13 Nov., 




Augustus Roderiquez . . .12 Apr., 64 




John II. Hall 5 May, 




Frederic Elscr 23 May, 




George M. Beach 21 Nov. , 




Heber S. Ives 29 Nov., 




Charles F. Harwood 2 Jan. , 65 




Surgeon. 




Herbert V. C Holcomb..l4 Aug., 62 




Assistant Surgco7is. 




Edward 0. Cowles 26 Aug., 62 




Eli F. Hendricks 5 Jan., 63 




Chaplain. 




John B. Doolittle 10 July, 64 





NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



285 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Hartford, Conn.. August 24, 1862, 
to serve three years, and mustered 
out of service June 24, 1SG5, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 



(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 



Colonel. 
F. Beach, 321. 13., £.3.-24 Aug., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John H. Burnham 26 Dec, 62 

Major. 
Henry L. Pasco 29 June, 63 



Captains. 

Charles TV. Morse 18 Dec, 62 

Thomas F. Burke 1 Jan., 63 

Henry Hintez 20 Jan.. 

Timothy B. Robinson ... 1 April, 
Joseph H. Baruum 12 May, 



First Lieutenants. 

George A. Bowers 4 Feb., 63 

* William G. Miller 9 May, 

Charles J. Arms 7 July, 

Gurden Robins, jr 27 Apr., 65 

Herbert Landon 15 June, 



Second IAeulenants. 

Ariel J Case 1 July, 63 

Harmy Bruns 1 July, 

"George Johnson 7 Aug., 

Bernard F. Blackslee 7 Dec, 

Thomas R. Worsley 19 Dec, 



Surgeon. 
Nathan Mayer 9 Jan., 63 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (23,) 

Captain Charles Babcock. December 18. 1862. 
Captain Edward E. Rankin. January 21, 1863. 
Captain William H. Lockwood, February 4. 1863. 
Captain Henry E. Beach, May 18. 1863. 
Captain TTeber W. Beaver, in December, 1863. 
Captain Mark C Turner. May 22, 1865. 
First Lieut. Richard Greene, September 30, 1862. 
Fir»t Lieut John M. James, October 30, 1862. 
*Mrst Lieut. Henry A. Gay. November 1, 1862. 
First Lieut. Scary O. Ooodett, November 28, 1862. 
First Lieut. George S. Gouge, December 24. 1862. 
First Lieut Henry Johnson, February 14, 1803. 
Second Lieut. John M. Fisk. October*2. 
Second Lieut. George W. Cook, October 2, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Henry T. White. October 22, 1- 
Seeond Lieut George H. Fuller, December 9, 1862. 
Second Lieut. James C. Emmons, December 28, 1862. 
Second Lieut. Charles II. Hawley, January 25, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Saunders, May 26, lbC3. 
Second Lieut. Henry Bristol. May 20, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Joseph K. Barlow. November 1, 1863. 
Surgeon Abner S. Warner. January 9, 1863. 
Chaplain Peter V. Finch, January 25, 1863. 

Discharged, (13.) 

Lieut. Colonel Frank W.' Cheney, December 24, 1862. 

Major Qeorge A. Washburne, January 17, 1863. 

Captain Nathaniel Haydcn. January 1" 

Captain Joseph H. Barnum, February 13, 1863. (Recommia- 

sioned May 12, 1863.) 
Captain Julian Pomeroy. March 10, 1865. 
First Lieut. Samuel D. Chamberlain, May 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. Garden Robins, jr., R. Q. M., March 29, 1865. 

(Reconiniissioned April 27, 1865.) 
First Lieut. John B. Clapp, Adft, May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Alonzo G. Case. Mav 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Edgar E. Strong. May 15, 1865. 
First Lieut. Wallace R. Andrews," Mav 15, 1865. 
Fir-t Lieut. Alfred A. Dicker-on, Mav 25, 1865. 
Second Lieut. John M. W r atere, October 13, 1862. (Recom- 

missioned May 21, 1863. 

Promoted, (2.) 

Assistant Surgeon E. M. Pease, December 3, 1863, to Surgeou 

Ninth U. S. C. T. 
Assistant Surgeon Nehemiah Nickerson, January 2, 1865, to 

Surgeon Twenty-first Connecticut vols. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain William H. Cone, April 25, 1864. 
Second Lieut. John Williams, October 13, 1862. 

Died, (9.) 

Captain John L. Drake, killed in action at Antietam, Md., 

September 17, 1862. 
Captain Newton S. Manross, September 17, 1862. 
Captain Samuel Brown, killed in action at Antietam, Md., 

September 17, 1862. 
Captain Frederick M. Barber, September 20, 1862, of wounds 

received in action. 



Prisoner of war at date of muster out of regiment. 



286 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



Assistant Surgeon. 

Chaplain. 
Charles Dixon 10 Juue, 63 



Captain Charles A. Tennant, May 24, 1863, of wounds received 

in action. 
Captain Edward H. Mix, drowned in Albemarle Sound, March 

8, 1864. 
First Lieut. William Horton, killed in action at Antietam, 

Md., September 17, 1862. 
First Lieut. Samuel H. Thompson, October 21, 1862. of disease. 
First Lieut. John M. "Waters, August 18, 1864, while prisoner 

of war at Savannah, Ga. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



2ST 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Bridgeport, Conn., August 28, 
1862, for three y> ars. sad mustered i 
out of service July 1!». 16t>5, in ac- 
cordance with orders from the War 
Department.) 

" I'hANi/ELLOKSVILLE. VA.," " GET- I 
TT8BVB.O, I.I.," -HAUKKSTOWN. 
MI).," "foiit \v.\(;nkk. - 
"JOHNS ISLAND, S. C," " FARM, 
FLA." 

Colonel. 

William n. Noble 29 July, 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry Allen 20 May, 65 

Major. 



Captains. 

Enos Kellogg 11 Jul v. 62 

Charles A. Hobbie 99 

William L. Hubbell 4 June, 63 

Mareu Waterbvy l Sept., 

Janus II. Ayres 5 Mar.. 64 

James E. Hubbell 1" 

Theodore Gray 5 Mar. . 65 



First Lieutenants. 


John Harvev 


. 8 Oct., 


John s. Ward, R. Q. M 




Albert W. Peek 


. 5 Mar.. 


Joseph E. Morehouse. . 


. 5 Mar.. 


George C. Peek 


. 5 Mar., 


William L. Daniels 




Henry North 




Henry McDonough 




Thomas 1 




Charles Smith, jr 


.29 Oct., 



63 



Second Lieutenants. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (22.) 

Captain Inoch Wood. March 23, 1863. 
Captain James E. Dunham. May 8, 1863. 
Captain William EL Lacv. May 9, 1863. 
Captain Milton EL Daniels. March 9, 1864. 
Captain Henry P. Burr. May 28, 1864. 

L BUt William C. Johnson, October 3, 1862. 
Fir>t Lieut. J. Irving Bennedict. December 23. 1862. 
First Lieut. Thomas A. Height, March 28, .- 
Ural Lieut. John II. Norris. Mav 13. - 

First Lieut. Hanford N. Hayes, /.'. <{. M.. Jury 18, 1863. 
First Lieut. Samuel B. Bliun. November 13, 1863. 
I ■ ut. William S. Knapp. December 1, 1863. 
first Lieut Edward Dennis, June 27. 1864. 
Second Lieut. Nirum Dykeman. November 17, 1862. 

I Lieut. William A. Kellogg, November 25, 1862. 
Beeond Lieut. John C. Mills. January 11, 1863. 

1 Lieut. Edgar Hoyt, May 17. i863. 
Second Lieut. Charles 1." D 1. 1863. (Recommis- 

bVoom d i 
Second Lieut. Franc:-. M '-27,1863." 

Surgeon Robert Hubbard. December 20, 1863. 

m ii. September 30^ 1863. 
Chaplain William K. Hall. November 6, 

Discharged, (11.) 

Major Allen G. Brady, October 21 
Captain John er 9, 1863. 

Captain John J. McCarty. December lti 
Captain Henry Quien, Mav 15. - 
Captain C. Fred. Metis. Mav 17, 
Captain Wilson French. U 

Lieut David W. M r96, 1863. 

I. "Ut. R. Lorenzo Ells, May 16, 
First Lieut. George B. Buggies, -Mav L9 

I Lieut. Edward M -r 27, 1863. 

Second Lieut. David S. Barnaul, May 15, 1865. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Lieut John W. Craw. June 17, 1863. 
First Lieut. John T. Clancey, June 20, 1863. 

Died, (6.) 



George W. Shaw 24 Apr.. 64 Lieut. Colonel Charles Walter, killed May 2, 1863, in battle 

Charles E. Doty of ChaneeUofsrille. 

Edgar S. Wilcoxson 10 Apr., 65 Lieut. Colonel Douglass Fowler, killed July 1, 1863, in battle 

Surgeon. Lieut. Colonel Albert H. Wilcoxson, March 6, 1865, at Talla- 

-. Fla. 

Sabin Stocking 31 May, 64 Captain David O. Benson, November 9, 1862, at Tenallytown, 

D. C. of disease. 
Assistant Surgeons. tin James E. Moore, killed July 1, 1863, in battle of Get- 

tvsburg. Pa. 

Elijah Gregory 29 Aug Lieut H. Whitney ChatfieUi, Adj't, killed February 5, 

Henry S. Turill 13 Feb., 64 1865, at Braddock's Piautatiou. 

Chaplain. 

George Burnham 7 Apr. 



Note —The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



288 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Nor- 
wich, Conn., August 22, 1862, for 
three years, and mustered out of 
service June 27, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Depart- 
ment.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore aa honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry Peale 10 Oct., 64 

Major. 

Joseph Mathewson 10 Oct., 64 

Captains. 

Charles D. Bowen 22 July, 62 

Israel N. Kibboe 30 Aug., 64 

Martin V. B. Tiffany 30 Aug., 

Joseph P. Rockwell 20 Oct., 

John Tilley 1 Nov., 

1 Ior.itio Blanchard 6 Fob., C5 

John E. Woodard 5 May, 

First Lieutenants. 

Samuel T. C. Merwiu . ..26 July, 62 

George Ivies 18 Aug., 

Andrew W. Loomis 9 Nov., 

Nodiah P. Johnson 9 Dec, 63 

Edward S. Hinkley 30 Aug., 61 

Albert S. Granger IS Oct., 

Geo. W. Brady, Adj't. ..20 Oct., 

William Caruthers 11 Jan., 65 

John A. Francis 4 Feb., 

Second Lieutenants. 

Ezra D. Carpenter 14 July, 62 

Asahel G. Scranton 18 Aug., 

Franklin G. Bixby 9 Dec, 63 

Hubert Kerr IN ov. , 64 

Charles A. Murray 4 Feb., 65 

Francis McKeay, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

Lowell Holbrook 3 May, 63 

Assistant Surgeon. % 

Charles H. Howe 3 Sept., 64 

Chaplain. 

William C. Walker 23 Jan., 64 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (7.) 

Lieut. Colonel Monroe Nichols, April 20, 1864. 
Major Ephraim Keeeh, May 20, 1863. 
Captain Isaac W. Hakes, December 26, 1862. 
First Lieut. James F. Long, jr., November 9, 1869. 
Second Lieut. Luther E. kawson, December 22 
Asst. Surg. II. W. Hough. March 6. 1863. 
Chaplain V. A. Cooper, March 4, 1863. 

Discharged, (13.) 

Colonel William C. Ely, September 18. 1864. 
Captain Samuel R. Knapp, June (5. 1863. 
Captain Thomas K. Bates, November 17 
Captain Isaac II. Bromley, March 28, 1864. 
Captain Frederick A. Palmer. May 28, 1864. 
Captain George W. Warner. October 4, 1864. 
Captain Homy C. Davis, April 17, 1865. 
First Lieut. Abraham II. Lindsey, April 17, 1863. • 
Second Lieut, James D. Higging, October 27, 1S64. 
Second Lieut, Henry F. Cowles, May 15, 1865. 
Second Lieut. William H. Locke. May 15, 1*05. 
Surgeon Charles M. Carleton. April 17. 1863. 
Assistant Surgeon William B. North, May 9, 18o4. 

Promoted, (1.) 

First Lieut. Dwight W. Hakes, R. Q. M., April 17, 1865, to 
Captain and C. S. 

Dismissed, (1.) 

Captain John II. Morrison, August 23, 1864. 

Died, (5.) 

Captain Edward L. Porter, killed at Winchester, Va., June 
15, 1863. 

Captain William L. Spalding. May 15, 1864, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at New Market. Va. 

First Lieut. E. B. Culver, Adj't. killed in action at Piedmont, 
Va., June 5, 1864. 

First Lieut. John T. McGinnis, killed in action at Piedmont, 
Va., June 5. 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon J. V. Harrington, December 1, 1864, of 
disease, at Sterling, Conn. 



NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



289 



"TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 

imeut was organized at New 
,. Conn., September 8, 16(52, 
to serve three years. The original 
members were" mustered out June 
13, 180."), and the remaining men 
transferred to the oth Connecticut 
veteran infantry.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
'hi- regiment bore an honorable 
part.isuot yet published iu orders.) 

Colonel. 

BanmelSoM U.±, 19 A 

I Brig. Generally April, 65.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Philo B. Buckingham ... 9 April, 64 
(Brevet Colonel 13 Mar., 1663.) 

Major. 



Captains. 

Ezra D. Bickerman 15 Aug., 62 

William W. Moras 6 Sept., 

(Brevet Major 13 Mar.. > 

Wilbur W. Smith 24 Feb., 63 

E. Beardsley ..16 Mar.. 64 

Ezra Sprague 21 April, 

Horace O.H. Tarr 11 May, 

James Foley 2 Nov. , 

Henry R. Billings 23 Jan., 63 

Spruce e April, 

John E. Rovce 1 June, 



FJret Lieutenants. 

Wm.T.Seranton R.Q.Af.25 Aug.. 

William W. Spencer 21 April, 

Alex'r H. Buckingham. .22 Jan., 
Arthur Boardmau 22 Jan., 

Nathan B. Abbott 22 Jan., 

Edward J. Murray 22 Jan., 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (12.) 

Captain Frederick A. Parker. January 9, 1863. 
Captain Charles J. Arms. .May 17, 18o3. 

In James B. Burbank, Deo mber 17. 1663. 
First Lieut Fitch T. Birdcall, February- 11, 1663. 
First Lien/. Henry S. Caldwell, May 29, 1663. 
First Lieut. Thomas B. Kirby, April—, 1864. 
First Lieut. Cornelius Adj't, July 10, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Horace Williams, February 13. 1863. 

1 Lieut. Theodore Hawley, July 17, 1863. 

I Lieut Atrial S. Holt, April 2, 1864. 
Surgeon William B. Casey, May 12, \i 
Chaplain David P. Samord, May 13, lto.J. 

Discharged, (20.) 

Lieut. Colonel William B. Woo-- 1864. 

Major Henry C. Pardee, F< bruary 26. 1665. 
in Charles S. Abbott November 10, L8 
Captain 8. Strickland Stevens, September 16, 
Captain Sanford E. Chaffee. November 13, lbtiJ. 
Captain Timothy Guilford, March 3, . 
Captain Samuel's. Woodruff. An 
Captain John H. Doolittle, November 28, 1864. 
First Lieut Charles W. Newton, May 26 
First Lieut. Wtnain J. Bai 
First Lieut Elkanab Doolittle, January l.i. 1864 

ut. Theodore Jepsou, November 14. 1864. 

ut. Alexander E. Mintie. May 3, 186a 
First Lieut C. My ion Talcott, Ad ft. May 15, 
Second Lieut. Hiram II. Battles, December 15, 
Second Lieut. Archibald Campbell. April 17. 
Second Lieut. William H. H. Johnson, March 26, 1664. 
Second Lieut. Charles H. Clark, September 24, 
Second Lieut. Ebenesi r B. Fenton, October 17, 1864. 
Chaplain Alvah L. Friable, June 9, lfc64. 

Dismissed, (2.) 



. Captain David R. Brown, September 8. 1664. 

Second Lieut. George W. Sherman, January 18, 1864. 

Died, (7.) 



Second Lieutenants. 

Cecil A. Burleigh 24 Feb., 64 

Andrew F. Barnes 17 Mar., 

Robert E. Paddock 1 May, 

Surgeon. 
J. Wadsworth Terry 26 Aug., 63 

Assistant Surgeon. 
Dan Lee Je wett 16 Aug., 62 

Cliaplain. 
Charles N. Lyman 18 Nov., 64 



Captain Henry C. Smith, killed accidentally, by the falling of 
a tree, at Stafford, Va., January l6. 1863. 

Captain Andrew Epson, February li», 1864 

Captain Oliver R. Post, July 21. 1664, of wounds received in 
action near Atlaut; 

First Lieut David P. Griffiths, killed in battle of Chancellors- 
ville, May 3, 1663. ■ 

First Lieut. Edward A. Doolittle, December 20, 1863. of dis- 
ease. 

First Lieut. Henry Lewis. December 26, 1864. 

First Lieut. Wellington Barry, .March 17, ]&65. 



No tk 1.— No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General 
Orders before the 31st of August, 1665. 

NOTK 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 

* For 19th infantry see 2d heavy artillery 
19 a 



290 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Nor- 
wich, Conn., September 5, 1662, 
for three years. The original mem- 
bers were mustered out June 16, 
1865, and the remaining men trans- 
ferred to the 10th regiment Con- 
necticut vols.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
James F. Brown 31 Oct., 

Major. 
William Spittle 19 Dec. 

Captains. 

Alvin M. Crane 12 Oct., 

E. Parry Pucker 12 Oct., 

Philo F. Talcott 12 Oct.. 

Cvrus W. Cook 

WilliamS. Hubbell T) Jan.. 

Walter P. Long 11 Jan., 

Charles Fenton 11 Jan., 

William W. Latham 1 Mar., 

James H. Latham, a. k. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

Edward Gallup. R. Q. M.21 Feb., 

Orlan D. Glazier 

Au>tin A. licKinney 

John F. French . . .' 

Ransom Jackson 13 Oct., 

Abner A. Bevin I 

Courtland G. Stanton . . . i 
Dyer A. Clark 

E. B. Chipman, Adj't 11 Jan., 

George P. Edwards 3 Feb., 

Frederick A. Rich 12 Feb. , 

F. Clarence Buck 1 Mar., 

Second Lieutenant. 

William F. Walker 23 Mar., 

Surgeon. 
Nehemiah Nickerson 2 Jan., 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Charles J. Tennant 9 July, 

Chaplain. 

Thomas G. Brown 8 May, 



64 



64 



63 



65 



63 



65 



63 



63 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (11.) 

Captain Charles F. Martin. October 16, 1862. 

Captain Charles G. Southworth, November 24,1862. 

Captain Ralph C. Foot. December 20. - 

Captain Joaepk Jordan, January 7, 1863. 

Captain Hmni T. Philips. June 4. 1863. 

Captain William Clapp, July 31, 1863. 

First Lieut. Josiah H. Martin. October 17. 1862. 

First Lieut. George P. Edwards. February 23, 

First Lieut. John F. Randall. August 11,186a 

Second Lieut. Daniel O. Knox. October 21. 1862. 

Second Lieut. William T. Marble, February 23, 1863. 

Discharged, (26.) 

Lieut. Colonel Hiram B. Crosby, September 14, 1864. 
Captain David Dickerson. October 9. It 
Captain Clarence E. Dutton. Jam) 
Captain Albert B. Johnson. March 23* 1864. 
Captain Charles T. Stanton, jr.. September 14, 1864. 
Captain Jeremiah M. Shepard. September 14, 1664. 
Captain Defofl 1). Brown. October 31, 1864. 

'•'. Shepard. II 
T ret Lieut. Charle< M. Mather. October 12. 1662. 
First Lieut. Hiram W. Richmond. R. Q. M , February 
at Christopher A. Brand. February 3 

'rank C. Jeffrey. Adjt. September 14, 1864. 
First Lieut. James Stanley, September 2H, 1864. 
Firs* Lieut Frank Fowler, October 31, 1664. 
Second Lieut. Dennisoa 1.. Brown, October 11,1862. 
Second Lieut. Harry L. Wilson, October 11. 
Seco-.id Lieut. Joseph D. F tber20, 1862. 

Second Lieut. Franklin H. Davis. December 22 
Semnd Lieut. John L. Shepard, Sente:. 
Second Lieut. Hamlet F. Roberts, March 28 
Second Lieut. Aaron S. Dutton, September 3 
Second Lieut. Luther N. Curtis, September 14, 1864. 
Surgeon William Soule. February 23, 1863. 
Surgeon J. Hamilton Lee. <> ( >: »ber31, 1664. 
Assistant Surgeon Lewis E. Dix : !, 18C3. 

Chaplain John E. Wood, January 8, 16G3. 

Dismissed, (3.) 

Captain Xathan A. Bdden. August 14. 1864. 
First Lieut John F. Trumbull, Janua 

Second Lieut. William G. Hawkins. January 23, > 

Died, ,6.) 

Colonel Arthur n. Dutton. OT. \3.. U. £1.. June 4, 1864. at 

Baltimore. Mil., of wounds n ion. 

Lieut. Colonel Thomas F. Burpee, June 11, 1864, of wounds 

received in action. 
Captain Fran killed in action July 30, 1864. 

Captain Isaac D. Kenyan, September 1, 1864, of wo 

ceived in action. 

".t. Henry R. Jennings, November 26, 1864, of . 

received in action. 
Second Lieut. Frederick W. H. Buell, January 4, 1655, of 

diw h 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



z91 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Hartford, C<rin.. September 20, 

1862, to serve ibr the period of nine 
months, and mustered out July 7, 

1863, by reason of expiration of 
term of" service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 

part, is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

George S. Burnhain 20 Sept., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Ellsworth N. Phelps ....20 Sept, 60 

Major. 

Herman Glafcke 20 Sept., 62 

Captains. 
John G. Root 8 - 

E. Iiui-1 Root 

Sept., 

I 

Benjamin T. Loomia 21 

Allen D. Frer.eh 1 Nov., 

Nov., 

John K. Williams 19 Feb.. 63 

'.. Coibiu 2 Mar., 

First Lieutenants. 

Chaa. A.JvwcU.Adyt ...30 1 

Israel t". BaggB 

John And* raon 

II Thirikel 1 Nor., 

Charles G. Foster 6 Nov., 

Lton 19 i 

I. nee 19 I 

11. Boardman...l9 Feb., 
Frank McAuliffe 30 Mar.. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Horatio II. Pollard 90 

Thomas F. MeMain 20 5 

Lnrandns Johnson. . 20 S 

Eli P. Ellsworth 1 I 

Benjamin W. Lo Valley- 7 Nov., 
Edward G. WoodhouM .19 Feb., 63 

Alonzo E Bingham 19 I 

JohuL. White 19 

Henry C. SpenceT 21 Feb., 

\V. Barnea 10 Apr., 

Surgeon. 

Ambrose Pratt 11 Dec, 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Calvin Pease, jr 5 Nov., 62 

Griswold 8 Apr., 63 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (6.) 

Captain Albert P. Armbruster, November 1, ]862. 
Captain 1 :.:ber 6/1862. 

Captaiu Charles C. Shultas. Februarv 18. 1863. 
First Lieut. William II. Pout. March 30, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Louis Springer. November 7, 1862. 
Surgeon Jonathan S. Curtis, December 11, 1862. 

Discharged, (4.) 

Captain George W. Johnson. Februarv 7, 1863. 

First Lieot Adna Clifford Grhrwold, February 7. 1863. 

imin F. Reyn< ids, February 7, 1863. 
Chaplain Charies C. Adams, March 2, 1863. 



Note.— The ros.er of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



192 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at New 
Haven. Conn., November 14, 1862, 
for nine months, and mustered out 
August 31, 1863, by reason of expi- 
ration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part,is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles W. Worden 14 Nov., 62 



Major. 



David H.Miller. 



.14 Nov., 6S 



Captains. 

James H. Jenkins 14 Nov. , 62 

* Julius Santord 14 Nov., 

David T. Johyson 14 Nov., 

t George S. Cropet 14 Nov.. 

tA. Dwight Hopkins 14 Nov., 

f William H. May ....... 14 Nov. , 

t Samuel G. Bailey 14 Nov. . 

tJamesR. Jenkins 1 Mar., 63 

Lewis Northrop 27 May, 

t Alfred Wells, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. m 

Stephen M. Nichols 14 Nov. 

Henry Middlebrook 14 Nov., 

tOscar H. Hibbard 14 Nov., 

*JohnG. Stevens 14 Nov., 

Edwin H. Neariug 14 Nov., 

Charles W. Hall, R. Q.M. 1 Mar.. 63 

t John F. Peck 1 Mar., 

James H. Whiting, Adj't. 9 April, 
tCharles D. Hurlburt. . .16 April, 

Seth P. Bates 27 May, 

William B. Betts 1 July, 

t John A. Woodward, a. ic. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles E. Plumb 14 Nov., 62 

John N. Main 14 No v. , 

t Charles Bailey 14 Nov., 

t John W. Buckingham.. 14 Nov., 

George Quien 14 Nov. , 

McKendree W. Bronson. 9 April, 63 

Julius B. Cook 1 May, 

Henry I. Smith 1 July, 

George W. Tucker, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 

William H. Trowbridge. 14 Nov., 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 

George O. Dalton 14 Nov., 62 

George Benedict 18 Mar.. 63 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. . 

Resigned, (2.) 

First Lieut. John Jackson. R. Q. M., February 24, 1863. 
First Lieut. James M. Birrell, April 6, 1863. 



Discharged, (5.) 

Colonel Charles E. L. Holmes. June 18. 1863. 

Captain Charles W. Hall, February 28, 1863. (Recommis- 

sioned First Lieutenant and R. Q. M. March 1, 1863.) 
First Lieut. Samuel Gregory, Adj't, February 20, 1863. 
First Lieut Hiram St. John. March 26, 1863. 
Second Lieut. H. Martin Jackson, June 4, 1863. 



Died, (3.) 

Captain George M. Godfrey. April 23, 1863, at La Fourche, La. 
First Lieut. Frederick Starr, June 24, 1863, of wounds received 

in action at La Fourche, La. 
Chaplain James Averill, May — . 1863. 



Missing, (2.) 

Captain George B. Thomas, since November 14, 1862. 
Assistant Surgeon Ransom P. Lyon, since February 28, 1863. 



* Prisoner of war at muster out of regiment. Mustered out August 9, 1864. 
i Prisoner of war at muster out of regiment. Mustered out August 8, 1864. 

NOTE.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



293 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at Mid- 
dletown, Conn.. November 18, 18(52, 
for nine months, and mustered out 
September 30, 1863, by reason of 
expiration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part,is not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 
S M. MansfiellIH.y.,B.&,l8Nov.,62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John D. Allison 18 Nov. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (5.) 



Captain Patrick Gilraor<\ January 29. 1863. 
First Lieut. David B. Buck. January 29. 1863. 
Finrt Lieut. Edward J. Carroll, February 1, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Patrick Nooney, January 29, 1863. 
Second Lieut. James L. Haynes, Februaiy 1, 1863. 

Discharged, (6.) 



Major. 



Captain Charles H. Edwards. January 29, 1863. 
First Lieut. Dayton Johnson, January 29. 1863. 
First Lieut. Charles G. R. VinaL February 4. 1863. 
J ~ First Lieut. Nehemiah H. Tucker, March 12; 186:). 

Second Lieut. Franklin B. Comstock. January 29, I860. 
Second Lieut. John Shaw, January 29, 1863. " 



Patrick Maher 18 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

Isaac C. Gleasou 1? Nov., 

Horace P. Johnson. . . 

Andrew G. Fitch 18 Nov., 

Timothy R. Parker 18 Nov., 

George A. Den-low 18 Nov.. 

William I. Addis. .. . 

John J. Kealv 18 Nov., 

AlonzoL. Mabbett 18 Nov., 

First Lieutenants. 

Clark Strong, Adj't 18 Nov., 62 

Giles W. Dart, R. Q. M. .18 Nov., 

David Strong, 2d 18 Nov.. 

Edward B. Savage 18 Nov.. 

John Murphy 18 Nov.. 

Jesse B. Gilbert 18 Nov., 

Edwin N. Goodwin 18 Nov., 

Horace E. Balcam, a. w. m. 
Frederick E. Camp, a. w. m. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Orlando L. Brown 18 Nov.. 

Walters. Gibbs U 

William II. Watrous 19 Apr., 

John G. Crosby 19 July. 

Augustus H. Conklin 19 July. 

Samuel W. M. Chattaway, a. w. n 
Leonard Willey, a. tc. m. 



Died, (2.) 

I First Lieut. Bcla C. Post, September 11, 1863, of disease, at 
Deep River, Conn. 
Second Lieut. Luzerne L. Goodyear, June — , 1863, at New 
Orleans, La. 



Surgeon. 



Levi Warren . 



.18 Nov. 



Assistant Surgeon. 

Hiram Warren 9 Jan. , 63 

Chaplain. 
Joseph C. Wightmau...l8 Nov., 62 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster oat. 



294 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT. 

(MI*TIA.) 

(This regiment was organized at 
Hartford. Conn. . November 11,1 862, 
to serve nine months, and mustered 

out on expiration of term of service 
August 26. 1863, at Hartford, Conn.) 

(The official list of battles in which , 
this regiment bore an honorable 
partes not yet published in orders. ) 

Colonel. 
George P. Bissell 11 No v. , 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Mason C Weld 16 Jan , 63 

Major. 

Captains. 

ArthurT Hinckley 11 Nov.. 62 

GeorgeH.Fosk.it 11 Nev , 

George H. Napheys 11 Nov., 

Charles H Taleott 11 Nov. , 

William W Abbey 11 Nov.. ' 

William F. Sdloway .... 1 1 Nov., 

Charles L Nor. on 16 Jan., 63 

Leander Waterman 8 July. 

Richard W Roberts, a. re. m. 
Hiram W. Harkins, a. w. m. 

First Lieutenants. 

John S Ives. R. Q. M....U Nov.. 62 

Oscar W San ford 11 Nov. , 

Hezekiah Bissell 11 Nov., 

Dwight M. Ensworth 11 Nov., 

Henry A. Kippen 11 Nov., 

Henry A. Dar.ing 11 Nov., 

Henry H. Goodell 14 Apr., 63 

Isaac W Beach 14 Apr., " 

Alfred W. Converse 1 May, 

Robert T Duncan 8 July, 

Henry C. Ward, Adj't. . 23 July, 
William II. Parnieiee 18 Aug., 

Second Lieutenants. 

George Brennan 11 Nov., 62 

*Cbarles Avery 11 Nov., 

Seneca L Gor'ham 11 Nov., 

William E.Simons 14 Apr., 63 

John M.Brown L May, 

Fred. W White 8 July. 

Benjamin F Turner 19 July, 

George W. Hugg. a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 
William B. Woods, a. tc. m. 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Chaplain. 



Casualties. 



Resigned, (4.) 

Second Lieut. Benoni E. Buck, January 16. 1863. 
Second Lieut. Edward Pinney. January 16, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Daniel B. Marshall. January 19, 1863. 
Second Lieui. Gurdon F. Trumbull, February 11, 1863. 

Discharged, (7.) 

Lieut. Colonel Daniel H. Stevens. January 16, 1863. 
Major Moses E. St. John, January 17, 1863. 
Major Thomas McManus. August 13, 1863. 
Captain Burritt Darrow. January 31, 1663. 
F;*t Lieut. Henry Kimball, February 18, 1863. 
I First Lieut. Almon C. Banning, June 25. 1863. 
Chaplain George A. Oviatt, March 20, 1863. 

Died, (7.) 

Captain Newton P. Johnson, May 11, 1863. at New Orleans, La. 
Captain Samuel 8. Hayden, killed in battle A pi. 14, 1863 
Second Lieut. Daniel P. Dexccij. killed in battle of Irish Bend, 

April 14. 1863. 
Second Lieut. William A. Oliver, May 21, 1863, in hospital at 

New Orleans, La. 
Second Lieut. Charles Clapp. Apl , 1863, in hospital at Baton 

Rouge, La. 
Surgeon AldenB. Skinner. March 3D. 1863, at Baton Rouge, La. 
Assistant Surgeon Wharton H. Goddard, August 18, 1863, 

at New York. 

Missing, (1.) 
First Lieut. Horace B. Olmstead, since November 11, 1862. 



* Absent without leave since April 13, 1863. 

NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



295 



TWENTY-SE&TH REGIMENT. 

(This regiment was organized at 
Norwich, Conn., November 10.1862, 
to serve nine months, and mustered 
out August 17, 186:?. at Norwich, 
C>nn., by reason of expiration of 
term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, isnot yet published iu orders.) 

Colonel. 
Thomas G. Kingsley .... 10 Nov., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Joseph Seldon 10 Nov. , 62 

Major. 
Henry Stoll 10 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

May nurd 10 Nov., 62 

Clark Harrington 10 Not., 

Enoch Noyes, jr 10 Nov., 

Samuel T. Huntoon 10 Nov., 

Christian C off ... . II x 

Loren A. Gallup 10 Nov., 

Daniel Charapli ■ 10 Not., 

William II. Bentloy ]<> Nov., 

•V. child 17 Aug., 63 

JabezS. Smith 17 Aug., 

First Lieutenants. 

Stephen B. If each, Adft 10 Nov., 62 
Benj. F.Tracy, /.'. Q. M. 10 Nor., 

Henry A. Smith l<' * 

John F.Jenks 10 I 

Edward Prince 10'Nov.. 

Pliny Brewer 10 Aug., 63 

Samuel H. TilliJghfUit ..17 
SylTesterE.W. Johnson JT Air.'.. 

Timothy W. Tracy 17 Aug., 

Lemnel C. Wight inau . . .17 Aug., 

Edward W. Bella 17 

Simeon G. Eish 17 Aug. , 

Secand Lieutenants. 

Joseph Peabody 10 Nov. , 62 

James s. Maplefl 10 Nov., 

Merritt A. Comstock 10 Nov.. 

John Kelly 10 Nov.. 

Charles (>. Harris 10 Nov., 

Timothy A.Avery 1 June, 63 

Herbert A. Maxon " 

Henry A. Perkins 10 Aug., 

Henry J. Hough 17 Aug., 

Surgeon. 
Ashbel Woodward 10 Nov., 62 

Assistant Surgeons. 
Elisha Phinney 10 Nov.. 



Casualties. 

Resigned, (1.) 
Second Lieut. Arden Moffatt, November 29, 1862. 

Discharged, (I.) 
Chaplain Nicholas T. Allen, April 2, 1863. 
Died, (5.) 

Captain John L. Stanton, killed in action at Port Hudson, 
La., May 27. 1863. 

Captain Jedediah Randall. June 9, 1863. of wounds received 
in action at Port Hudson, La. 

First Lieut. Martin R. Kenyon, July — , 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at Port Hudson, La. 

Second Lieut Harvey F. Jacobs, July 5, 1863. of wounds, at 
Baton Rouge, La. 

Second Lieut. Edward P. Manning, August 17, 1863. 



Nathan H. Wright 

Chaplain. 



3 Mar., 63 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



296 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH REGI- 
MENT. 
(MILITIA.) 



Casualtiks. 



(This regiment was organized at New Resisted, (2.) 

Haven, Conn., in October, 1862, 
for nine months. It was mustered First Lient. Hart L. Harrison, J?. Q. M.. January 20, 18G3. 



out July 27, 1863, by reason of ex- 
piration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, is not yet published in orders.} 

Colonel. 

Richard S. Bostwick 22 Oct., 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



Major. 

James H. Coburn 1 May, 63 

Captains. 

Calvin L. Ely 3X)ct., 62 

Joseph It. Bradley 18 Oct., 

Cornelius Jay Du Bois ..22 Oct., 

Charles M. Wilcox 22 Oct., 

Samuel T. Birdsall 22 Oct., 

Ira s. Been 1 May, 63 

Frank D. Sloat 1 May, 

Oren C. Burdict 13 May, 

First Lieutenants. 

William R. Harmount.. 4 Oct.. 62 
GeorgSF. PeterBon > ^4f*.22 Oct., 

Frank H. Smith 32 Oct., 

Samuel M. Smith 22 Oct., 

David S. Thomas 22 Oct., 

Christian Weiler 1 Mar.. 63 

George W. Elton 1 Apr., 

Stillman Kiev 29 Apr., 

Frank M. Chapman 1 May, 

Kuel P. Cowles, II. Q. Af.13 May, 
Charles P. Prince 17 May, 

Second Lieutenants. 

Charles B. Brooks 4 Oct , 62 

William S. Bawson 22 ( Vt., 

William Muhluer 1 Mar., 63 

Edmund B. Cross 1 May, 

Wiuthrop D. Sheldon. ..13 May, 

Daniel Worcester 1? May, 

John Davis 17 May, 

Albert P. Munson, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 



Assistant Surgeon. 
Chaplain. 



Second Lieut. Charles W. Elv, June 4, 1863. 



Discharged, (8.) 

Major Theodore Byxbee. March 28, 1863. 

Captain George F. Hotchkiss. April 20, 1863. 

First Lieut. Daniel W. Fields, March 25, 1863. 

First Lieut De Witt C. Sprague. Mav 17, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Ellsworth A. Smith. April 16. 1863. 

Second Lieut. Frank B Wright, May 15, 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Frederick S. Treadway, March 24, 1863. 

Chaplain John W. Leek, March 25, 1863. 



Promoted, (1.) 

Surgeon William O. McDonald, May 14, 1863. to Surgeon U. 
S. vols. 

Dismissed, (2.) 

Captain Oswald Eschrich, June 17. 1863. 

Assistant Surgeon Thomas M. Hills, February 2, 1863. 

Died, (4.) 

Lieut. Colonel ITenrv C. Menvin, killed in action at Gettys- 
burg. Pa.. July2,*1863. 

Captain B. K. Bcbwerzer, killed in action at Fredericksburg, 
Va.. December 13, 

Captain Addison C. Taylor. March 13. 1863, of wounds re- 
ceived in actio., at Fredericksburg. Va. 

First Lieut. Jediah Chapman, jr., killed in action at Gettys- 
burg, Pa., July 2, 1863. 



NOTE. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



CONNECTICUT INFANTRY. 



297 



TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. 



Casualties. 



(This regiment, composed of eight 
companies, was organized 
Haven. Gun., November 15. 1862. 
■ nine months, and Blistered 
out August 28, 1863, by reason of 
expiration of term of service.) 

(The official list of battles in which 
this regiment bore an honorable 
part, in not yet published in orders.) 

Colonel. 

S- P. Ferrii.IS. ]}., II. S.,15 Nov.. 62 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Wheelock T. Batchellor .15 Nov., 62 

Major. 

William B. Wescome .. .15 Nov., 62 

Captains. 

Cyrus D. Jones 15 N' v.. 62 

Look K. MeDonough ...15 I 

Charles B. Landon 15 Nov., 

Lucien B. Wheelock 15 Nov., 

George W. Middleton ...IS N 

II. Brown, a. ic. m. 
Theodore L. Beckwith, a. v>. m. 

First Lieutenants.' 

M. Booth 15 Nov.. 62 

Joseph Boetwick 15 Nov., 

Caleb P. NVwinan IS 

Riley 15 Nov.. 

Witt H. .Mat sou. R.Q.M 27 Aug.. 63 
Frederick It. Warner. Adj't, a. it. m, 

.-. ?r. m. 
William M. Whitney, a. ic. m. 
William Mitchell, a. w. m. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Henry L. Wilmot 15 V 

Jonutban C. Taylor IS 

Jabez Alvunl 15 Nov.. 

Thomas G. B -nnett 15 May, 63 

Eugene B. Daekam 27 Aug., 

Wan en C. Dailey, a.w.in. 
Henry Ayres, a. w. m. 

Surgeon. 



AmuUmt Surgeons. 

Levi 8. Tease 25 Nov., 

Henry Rockwell, a. w. m. 

Chaplain. 
Richard Wheatley, a. u: m. 



Resigned, (1.) 
First Lieut. Milton Bradley, R. Q. M., March 14. 1863. 

Died, (5. ) 

Captain F. R. Leeds, February 17. 1863. 

Captain David D. Hoag, killed in action at Port Hudson. June 

14. 1M3L 
Fir-t Lieut. Charles Durand, killed in action at Port Hudson, 

June 14. 1863. 

Lieut. Levi Hungerford, August 9, 1863, while on 

transport on the way home. 
Surgeon Ransom P Lyon. August 6. lSu:t. 



Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out. 



APPEXDIX— PART I. 



In addition to the regimental companies given in the body of this Register, the 
following organizations from the New England States have been in the service of the 
United States since March, 1861 : 

MAINE. 

GARRISON ARTILLERY. 

This organization, composed of detachments of three companies, (A. B, and C.) commenced to 
oreanize in Nov • serve three years as garrisou artillery in the Stat',- of Mail 

failing to fully complete their organizations, they were mustered out of service in September, 1- 

1TRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at Portland, Maine, May 3, 1861, to serve three months. It was mus- 
jut August 5, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

CAPTAIN TARilKLL'S COMPANY MILITIA, ARTILLERY. 

This company was organized at Lyndeborough, New Hampshire, August 1, 1864, to serve ninety 
day*. It was mustered out of service September 23, 1864. 

FIRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at Concord, New Hampshire, from April 26 to May 2, 1861, to serve 
months. It was mustered out August 9, 1661, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

CAPTAIN LITTLEFIELD'S COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Dover, New Hampshire, May 5. 16G4, to serve sixty days. It Wat 
mustered out July 25, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

CAPTAIN CHANDLER'S COMPANY, NATIONAL GUARD. 

This company was organizer! at Manchester, New Hampshire, May 9, 1864, to serve sixty days. It 
was mustered out July 27, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

CAPTAIN HOUGHTON'S COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Manchester. New Hampshire, July 25, 1864, to serve ninety days. 
It was mustered out September 16", 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

VERMONT. 

FIRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at Rutland. Vermont, May 9, 1861, to serve three months. It was 
mustered out August 15, 1861 by reason of expiration of term of service. 



300 APPENDIX. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

MAJOR DEVIN'S BATTALION MOUNTED RIFLES. 

This battalion was raised In Massachusetts, and organized at Fort McHenry. Maryland, April 19, 
1861, to serve three months. It was mustered out August 3, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of 
service. 

MAJOR COOK'S BATTALION LIGHT ARTILLERY. 
♦ 

This battaliou was raised in Massachusetts, and organized at camp near Relay House, Maryland, 
April 20, 1861, to serve three months. It was mustered out August 3, 1861, by reason of expiration 
of term of service. • 

EIGHTH BATTERY OF ARTILLERY. 

This battery was organized at Boston, Massachusetts, June 24, 1862, to serve six months. It was 
mustered out November 29, 1862, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

THIRD REGIMENT MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was raised in Massachusetts, and organized at Fort Monroe, Virginia, April 23, 1861, to 
serve three months. It was mustered out July 22, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service 

FOURTH REGIMENT MILITf A, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was raised in Massachusetts, and organized at Fort Monroe, Virginia, April 22, 1861, to 
serve three months. It was mustered out July 22, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

FIFTH REGIMENT MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was raised in Massachusetts, and organized at 'Washington, D. C, May 1, 1861, to serve 
three mouths. It was mustered out August 1, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

FIFTH REGIMENT MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, from the 18th to the 26th of July. 1864, 
to serve one hundred days. It was mustered out November 16, 1864, by reason of expiration "of term 
of service. 

SIXTH REGIMENT MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was raised in Massachusetts, and organized at Washington, D. C. April 22. 1861, to 
serve three months. It was mustered out iu July, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SIXTH REGIMENT MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, from the 13th to the 19th of July, 1864. 
to serve one hundred days. It was mustered out October 27, 1864, by reason of expiration of term 
of service. 

EIGHTH REGIMENT MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was mised in Massachusetts, and organized at Washington, D. C, April 30. 1861, to 
serve three months. It was mustered out iu July, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 



This regiment was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, from the 13th to the 22d of July, 1864, 
to serve one hundred days. It was mustered out November 10, 1864, by reason of expiration of term 
of service. 

FORTY-SECOND REGIMENT MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at Readville. Massachusetts, July 22, 1864, to serve one hundred days. 
It was mustered out November 11, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SIXTIETH REGIMENT MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at Readville, Massachusetts. August 1, 1864, to serve one Jhundred 
d»iys. It was mustered out November 30, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 



APPENDIX. 301 

FOURTH BATTALION MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This battalion was organized at Boston, Massachusetts, May 27, 1SC2, to serve during the pleasure 
of the President. It was mustered cut of service May 31, 1862. 

FIRST UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY 

This company was organized at Boston, Massachusetts, April 29, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
wu mustered out August 1, 18G4, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SECOND UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusets, May 3, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
\v;.s mustered out August 6, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SECOND UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Gloucester, Massachusetts, August 7. 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 15, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

THIRD UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville. Massachusetts, May 3, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out August 5, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

FOURTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts. May 3, 1864. to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out August 6, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

FIFTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville. Massachusetts, May 4, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
wua metered out August 2, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SIXTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company w as organized at Readville. Massachusetts, May 4. 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out August 6, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

. SEVENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, iu May, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out in August, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

EIGHTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, May 10, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out August 11, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

NINTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, May 10, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out August 11, 18C4, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

TENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, May 10, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
tvas mustered out August 8, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

ELEVENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, May 16, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out August 15, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 



302 APPENDIX. 

TWELFTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, May 16, 18G4, to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out August 15, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

THIRTEENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, May 16, 1864, to serve ninety days. It 
was mustered out August 15, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

FIFTEENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, July 29, 1664, to serve one hundred days. 
It was mustered out November 5, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SIXTEENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts. August 6, 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 14, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SEVENTEENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, August 5, 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 12, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

EIGHTEENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITLV, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, August 6, 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 14, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

NINETEENTH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, August 9, 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 16, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

TWENTIETH UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville. Massachusetts, August 11, 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 18, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

TWENTY-FIRST UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, August 11, 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 18, J864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

TWENTY-SECOND UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, August 18. 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 25, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service 

TWENTY-THIRD UNATTACHED COMPANY MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Readville, Massachusetts, August 18, 1864, to serve one hundred 
days. It was mustered out November 26, 1864, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

BOSTON CADETS, MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Boston, Massachusetts, May 26, 1862, to serve threo months. I: 
was mustered out July 21, 1862, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SALEM CADETS, MILITIA, INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Boston, Massachusetts, May 26, 18G2, to serve three morths. It 
was mustered out of service October 11, 1862. 



APPENDIX. 303 

CAPTAIN STATEX'S INDEPENDENT COMPANY INFANTRY. 

This company was organized at Boston, Massachusetts, July 1, 18G2, to serve six months. It was 
mustered out December 31, 18G2, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

SEVENTH SQUADRON VOLUNTEER CAVALRY. 

This squadron was raised in Rhode island, and organized at Washington, D. C, July 3, 1862, to servo 
three months. It was mustered out October 2, 1862, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

FIRST BATTERY LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

This battery was raised in Rhode Island, and organized at Washington. D. C. May 2, 1861, to serve 
three months. It was mustered out August 2, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

FIRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was raised in Rhode Island, and organized at Washington, D. C, May 2, 1861, to serve 
three months. It was mustered out August 2, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

NINTH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was raised in Rhode Island, and organized at Washington, D. C, May 26, 1862, to serve 
three months. It was mustered out September 2, 1862, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

TENTH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was raised in Rhode Island, and organized at Washington, D. C, May 26, 1862, to serva 
three mouths. It was mustered out September 1, 1862, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

CONNECTICUT. 

FIRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at New Haven, Connecticut, April 22 and 23, 1861. to serve three 
months. It was mustered out July 31, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

SECOND REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at New Haven, Connecticut. May 7, 1861. to serve three months. It 
was mustered out August 7, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 

THIRD REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

This regiment was organized at Hartford, Connecticut, fro in the 11th to the 14th of May, 1861, to 
serve three months. It was mustered out August 12, 1861, by reason of expiration of term of service. 



INDEX OF ORGANIZATIONS, 



AEMY REGISTER, VOLUNTEER FORCE— PART I. 



CAVALRY. 

First Maine 1 

Second Maice 3 

First New Hampshire 64 

First Vermont 92 

First Massachusetts - 121 

Second Massachusetts 123 

Third Massachusetts 125 

Fourth Massachusetts 127 

First Rhode Island 239 

Second Rhode Island 241 

Third Rhode Island 242 

Seventh squadron Rhode Island 303 

First Connecticut SS6 

ARTILLERY. 

First Maine (heavy) 5 

First battalion Ma"ine (light) 7 

Battery A . Maine 7 

Battery B, Maine 7 

Battery C, Maine 8 

Battery D, Maine 8 

Battery E. Maine 8 

Battery F, Maine 9 

Battery G, Maine 9 

Maine garrison artillery 299 

First New Hampshire (heavy) C6 

Captain Tarbell's company New Hampshire 

miliiia 299 

First Vermont (heavy) 94 

First company Vermont (heavy) 96 

Fhvt Vermont battery 97 

Second Vermont battery 97 

Third Vermont battery 98 

First Massachusetts (heavy) 129 

Second Massachusetts (heavy) 132 

Third Massachusetts (heavy) 134 

Fourth Massachusetts (heavy) 136 

First battalion Massachusetts (heavy) 138 

Twenty-ninth company Massachusetts 139 

Thirtieth company Massachusetts 139 

First Massachusetts battery (A) 140 

Second Massachusetts battery (B) 140 

Third Massachusetts battery "(C) 14 1 

Fourth Massachusetts battery (D) 141 

Fifth Massachusetts battery (E) 142 j 

Sixth Massachusetts battery 142 I 

Seventh Massachusetts battery (G) 143 | 

Eighth Massachusetts battery* 300 J 



ARTILLERY — continued. 

Ninth Massachusetts battery 143 

Tenth Massachusetts battery 144 

Eleventh Massachusetts battery 144 

Eleventh Massachusetts battery (9 months). ..144 

Twelfth Massachusetts battery 145 

Thirteenth Massachusetts battery 145 

Fourteenth Massachusetts battery 146 

Fifteenth Massachusetts battery 146 

Sixteenth Massachusetts battery 146 

Major Cook's battalion Massachusetts light 

artillery 300 

Third Rhode Island (heavy) 243 

Fifth Rhode Island (heav v) 245 

First Rhode Island (light; 246 

Battery A, Rhode Island 246 

Battery B, Rhode Island 247 

Battery C, Rhode Island 247 

Battery D, Rhode Island 247 

Battery E, Rhode Island 248 

Battery F, Rhode Island 248 

Battery G, Rhode l>land 248 

Battery H, Rhode Island 249 

First Rhode Island battery 303 

First Connecticut (heavy)" 260 

Second Connecticut (heavy) 262 

First Connecticut battery 264 

Second Connecticut battery 264 

Third Connecticut battery 264 

INFANTRY. 

First Maine (sharpshooters) 10 

Second Maine 1 1 

Third Maine 15 

Fourth Maine 17 

Fifth Maine 19 

Sixth Maine 21 

Seventh Maine 23 

Eighth Maine 25 

Ninth Maine t 27 

Tenth Maine 29 

Eleventh Maine 31 

Twelfth Maine 33 

Thirteenth Maine 35 

Fourteenth Maine 36 

Fifteenth Maine 38 

Sixteenth Maine 39 

Seventeenth Maine 41 

Nineteenth Maine 43 



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infantry — continued. 

Twentieth Maine 45 

Twenty-first Maine (miRtia) . . 47 

Twenty-second Maine 48 

Twenty-third Maine (militia) 49 

Twenty-fourth Maine (militia) 50 

Twenty-fifth Maine 51 

Twenty-sixth Maine 52 

Twenty-seventh Maine (mil itia) 53 

Twenty-eighth Maine (militia) 54 

Twenty-ninth Maine 55 

Thirtieth Maine 57 

Thirty-first Maine 58 

Thirty-second Maine 60 

First 'Maine veteran infantry 11 

First battalion Maine 13 

First Maine volunteer infantry 299 

Maine coast guard battalion 61 

Seventh Maine company 62 

Ninth Maine company 62 

Nineteenth Maine company 62 

Twenty-ninth Maine company 63 

Thirtieth Maine company 63 

Second New Hamshire 68 

Third New Hampshire 70 

Fourth New Hampshire 72 

Fifth New Hampshire 74 

Sixth New Hampshire 76 

Seventh New Hampshire 78 

Eighth New Hampshire 80 

Ninth New Hampshire 82 

Tenth New Hampshire 83 

Eleventh New Hampshire 84 

Twelfth New Hampshire 85 

Thirteenth New Hampshire 86 

Fourteenth New Hampshire 87 

Fifteenth New Hampshire 88 

Sixteenth New Hampshire 90 

Eighteenth New Hampshire 91 

First New Hampshire volunteer infantry 2L>9 

Captain Littlefield's company N,ew Hampshire 

militia 299 

Captain Chandler's company New Hampshire 

national guard 299 

Captain Houghton's company New Hampshire 

militia , 299 

Second Vermont 99 

Third Vermont 100 

Fourth Vermont 103 

Fifth Vermont (veteran) 105 

Sixth Vermont 107 

Seventh Vermont 109 

Eighth Vermont (veteran) 110 

Ninth Vermont 112 

Tenth Vermont 114 

Twelfth Vermont 1 15 

Thirteenth Vermont 116 

Fourteenth Vermont (militia) 117 

Fifteenth Vermont (militia) 118 

Sixteenth Vermont % 119 

Seventeenth Vermont 120 

First Vermont volunteer infantry 299 

First company Massachusetts sharpshooters ..148 
Second company Massachusetts sharpshooters . 148 

First Massachusetts 149 

Second Massachusetts 150 

Third Massachusetts 152 

Fourth Massachusetts 153 

Fifth Massachusetts 154 



infantry— continued. 

Sixth Massachusetts 155 

Seventh Massachusetts 156 

Eighth Massachusetts 158 

Ninth Massachusetts 159 

Tenth Massachusetts 161 

Eleventh Massachusetts 163 

Twelfth Massachusetts 165 

Thirteenth Massachusetts 166 

Fifteenth Massachusetts 167 

Sixteenth Massachusetts 169 

Seventeenth Massachusetts 171 

Eighteenth Massachusetts 173 

Nineteenth Massachusetts 175 

Twentieth Massachusetts 177 

Twenty-first Massachusetts 179 

Twenty-second Massachusetts 181 

Twenty -third Massachusetts 183 

Twenty -fourth Massachusetts 185 

Twenty-fifth Massachusetts 187 

Twenty-sixth Massachusetts 189 

Twenty-seventh Massachusetts 191 

Twenty-eighth Massachusetts 193 

Twenty-ninth Massachusetts 195 

Thirtieth Massachusetts 197 

Thirty-first Massachusetts 199 

Thirty-second Massachusetts 200 

Thirty-third Massachusetts 202 

Thirty-fourth Massachusetts 203 

Thir.y-fifth Massachusetts 205 

Thirty-sixth Massachusetts 207 

Thirty-seventh Massachusetts 209 

Thirty -eighth Massachusetts 210 

Thirty -ninth Massachusetts 211 

Fortieth Massachusetts 212 

Forty-second Massachusetts (militia) 214 

Fortj'-third Massachusetts (militia) 215 

Forty-fourth Massachusetts (militia) 216 

Forty-fifth Massachusetts (militia) 217 

Forty-sixth Massachusetts (militia) 219 

Forty-seventh Massachusetts (militia) 220 

Forty-eighth Massachusetts (militia) 221 

Forty-ninth Massachusetts (militia) 223 

Fiftieth Massachusetts 224 

Fifty-first Massachusetts 225 

Fifty-second Massachusetts (militia) 226 

Fiftv-third Massachusetts (milifia) 227 

Fifty-sixth Massachusetts 228 

Fifty-seventh Massachusetts 229 

Fifty-eighth Massachusetts 231 

Fifty -ninth Massachusetts 232 

Sixty-first Massachusetts - 233 

Sixty-second Massachusetts 234 

Second Massachusetts company 235 

Seventeenth Massachusetts company 235 

E : ghteenth Massachusetts company 235 

Nineteenth Massachusetts company 236 

Twentieth Massachusetts company 236 

Twenty-first Massachusetts company 236 

Twenty -fourth Massachusetts company 237 

Twenty-fifth Massachusetts company 237 

Twenty-sixth Massachusetts company 237 

Twenty-seventh Massachusetts company 238 

Maj or Devin's battalion Massachusetts mounted 

rifles / 300 

Third Massachusetts militia 300 

Fourth Massachusetts militia 300 

Fifth Massachusetts militia 300 

Fifth Massachusetts militia 300 






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INFANTRY — continued. 

Sixth Massachusetts militia 300 

Sixth Massachusetts militia 300 

Eighth Massachusetts militia 300 

Eighth Massachusetts militia 300 

Forty-second Massachusetts militia 300 

Sixtieth Massachusetts militia 300 

Fourth battalion Massachusetts militia 301 

Second company Massachusetts militia 301 

Second company Massachusetts militia 301 

Third company Massachusetts militia 301 

Fourth company Massachusetts militia 301 

Filth company Massachusetts militia 301 

Sixth company Massachusetts militia 301 

Seventh company Massachusetts militia 301 

Eighth company Massachusetts militia 301 

Ninth company Massachusetts militia 301 

Tenth company Massachusetts militia 301 

Eleventh company Massachusetts militia 301 

Twelfth company Massachusetts militia 302 

Thirteenth company Massachusetts militia 302 

Fifteenth company Massachusetts militia 302 

Sixteenth company Massachusetts militia 302 

Seventeenth company Massachusetts militia . .302 

Eighteenth company Massachusetts militia 302 

Nineteenth company Massachusetts militia 302 

Twentieth company Massachusetts militia 302 

Twenty-first company Massachusetts militia. .302 
Twenty-second company Massachusetts militia302 
Twenty-third company Massachusetts militia. 302 

Boston cadets, Massachusetts militia 302 

Salem cadets, Massachusetts militia 302 

Captain Staten's company Massachusetts in- 
fantry 303 

Second Rhode Island 250 

Fourth Rhode Island 252 



infantry — continued. 

Seventh Rhode Island 253 

Eleventh Rhode Island 255 

Twelfth Rhode Island (militia) 256 

First Rhode Island volunteer infantry 303 

Ninth Rhode Island volunteer infantry 303 

Tenth Rhode Island volunteer infantry 303 

Company hospital guards, Rhode Island in- 
fantry 057 

Fifth Connecticut (veteran) 265 

Sixth Connecticut 267 

Seventh Connecticut 269 

Eighth Connecticut 271 

Ninth Connecticut 073 

Tenth Connecticut 275 

Eleventh Connecticut 277 

Twelfth Connecticut 279 

Thirteenth Connecticut 280 

Fourteenth Connecticut 282 

Fifteenth Connecticut 284 

Sixteenth Connecticut ; .285 

Seventeenth Connecticut 287 

Eighteenth Connecticut 288 

Twentieth Connecticut 289 

Twenty-first Connecticut 290 

Twenty-second Connecticut 291 

Twenty-third Connecticut 292 

Twenty -fourth Connecticut 293 

Twenty-fifth Connecticut (militia) 294 

Twenty-sixth Connecticut 295 

Twenty-seventh Connecticut (militia) 296 

Twenty -eighth Connecticut 297 

First Connecticut volunteer infantry 303 

Second Connecticut volunteer infantry 303 

Third Connecticut volunteer infantry 303 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



ARMY REGISTER, VOLUNTEER FORCE— PART I. 



First Maine cavalry. 



■ALDIE." 

| First Massachusetts cavalry 



ANTIETAM. 



First Maine cavalry. 
First Massachusetts cavalry. 
Battery D, Maine light artillery. 
Battery F, Maine light artillery. 
Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 
First veteran Maine infantry. 
Sixteenth Maine infantry. 
Twentieth Maine infantry. 
Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 
Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 
Ninth Nampshire infantry. 
Second Vermont infantry 



First Massachusetts cavalry. 



Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 
Fourth Rhode Island infantry. 
Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



"AUBURN." 

| Seventeenth Maine infantry. 
BALL'S BLUFF." 



Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 



Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery 



| Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
"BATON ROUGE." 



Second battery (B) Massachusetts light artillery. 
Fourth battery (D) Massachusetts light artillery. I Fourteenth Maine infantry. 
Sixth battery Massachusetts light artillery. | Thirtieth Massachusetts infantry. 



First Maine cavalry. 



"BELLEFIELD." 

| First Massachusetts cavalry. 

" BETHESDA CHURCH." 



Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 
Ninth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 
Sixteenth Maine infantry. 



Twentieth Maine infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 



" BISLAND." 

First New Hampshire cavalry. 
Battery A, Maine light artillery. I Seventeenth Massachusetts infantry. 

Sixth battery Massachusetts light artillery. Thirty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 

Eighth Vermont infantry. | Twelfth Connecticut infantry. 



6 INDEX OF BATTLES. 

" BLUE SPRINGS." 

Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. | Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 

"BRANDY STATION." 

First Maine cavalry. | First Massachusetts cavalry. 

"BOYDTON ROAD." 

First Maine cavalry. 
First Maine heavy artillery. j Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 

First Massachusetts heavy artillery. i Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 

Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. I Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 

"BRISTOW STATION." 



Nineteenth Maine infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 



Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 



Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



FIRST BULL RUN. 



First veteran Maine infantry.* I Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 

Second Vermont infantry.* | Second Rhode Island infantry. 

"SECOND BULL RUN." 



First Maine cavalry. 

Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery E, Rhode island light artillery. 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry.* 



Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 



'CAMDEN." 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry. | Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry 

"CAMPBELL STATION." 

Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. I Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. | Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 

" CANE RIVER CROSSING, LA." 
Fifteenth Maine infantry. | Twenty-ninth Maine infentry. 

"CEDAR CREEK." 



First Vermont heavy artillery. 
Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery 
Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery 
Second Connecticut heavy artillery. 
First veteran Maine infantry. 
Twenty -ninth Maine infantry. 



Battery E, Maine light artillery. 

Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Tenth Vermont infantry. 

CEDAR MOUNTAIN.'" 



First Maine cavalry. 
Battery D, Maine light artillery. | Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

NOTE. — The regiments marked thus (*) simply bear on their colors the words Bull Run. 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



CHANCELLORSVILLE. 



Battery E, Maine light artillery. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery 

Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery E, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Sixteenth Maine infantry. 

Seventeenth Maine infantry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 

Twentieth Maine infantry. 



First Massachusetts cavalry. 

Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 
Seventeenth Connecticut infantry. 



CHANTILLY." 



Battery F, Maine light artillery. 
Battery E, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 



Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 



'CHARLES CITY CROSS ROADS.' 

Battery E, Rhode Island light artillery. 

"CHARLESTOWN." 



First Vermont heavy artillery. 
Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 



Fourth Vermont infantry. 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 



COAL HARBOR." 



First Maine cavalry. 

First Massachusetts cavalry. 

First Maine heavy artillery. 

Battery D, Maine light artillery. 

Battery E, Maine light artillery. 

Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

Battery Gr, Maine light artillery. 

First Vermont heavy artillery. 

First Massachusetts heavy artillery. 

Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Eleventh battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery B, Rhode Islaud light artillery. 

Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery E, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery G-, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Second Connecticut heavy artillery. 

First veteran Maine infantry. 

Seventeenth Maine infantry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 

Thirty-first Maine infantry. 

Thirty-second Maine infantry. 

Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 

Ninth New Hampshire infantry. 



] Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. 

Second Vermont infantry. 

Third Vermont infantry. 

Fourth Vermont infantry. 

Fifth Vermont infantry. 

Sixth Vermont infantry. 

Tenth Vermont infantry. 

Seventeenth Vermont infantry. 

Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
j Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
| Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty -ninth Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 

Fifty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 

Fifty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 

Fifty -eighth Massachusetts infantry. 

Fifty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 

Second Rhode Island infantry. 

Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 

Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



"COTTEN." 

Battery A, Maine light artillery. 
Fourth battery (D) Massachusetts light artillery. I Eighth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth battery Massachusetts light artillery. | Twelfth Connecticut infantry. 

"COX'S PLANTATION." 



Battery A, Maine light artillery. 



First veteran Maine infantry. 
Second Vera ont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 



| Thirtieth Massachusetts infantry. 
CRAMPTON'S GAP." 

I Fourth Vermont infantry. 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



"CULPEPER." 

First Massachusetts cavalry. 



DEEP BOTTOM." 



First Maine cavalry. 

First Maine heavy artillery. 

Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

First Massachusetts heavy artillery. 

Tenth hattery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 



Nineteenth Maine infantry. 
Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 



FAIR OAKS." 



Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery G, Rhode Island lhfht artillery. 
Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 



Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 



"FARM, FLA." 

Seventeenth Connecticut infantry. 



First Vermont heavy artillery 
Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Second Connecticut heavy artillery. 
First veteran Maine infantry. 
Twenty-ninth Maine infantry. 



"FISHER'S HILL." 

Battery E, Maine light artillery. 

Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Tenth Vermont infantry. 



First Maine cavalry. 



" FORTIFICATIONS OF RICHMOND." 

| First Massachusetts cavalry. 
"FORT ESPERANDA, TEXAS." 
Fiiteenth Maine infantry. 

"FORT MACON." 

Fourth Rhode Island infantry. 

"FORT STEVENS." 

First veteran Maine infantry. 
Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. | Second Rhode Island infantry. 

"FORT WAGNER, S. C." 

Seventeenth Connecticut infantry. 
" FREDERICKSBURG." 



Fredericksburg. 



First Maine cavalry. 

J Fourth Vermont infantry. 
; Fifth Vermont infantry. 
! Sixth Vermont infantry. 

Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 

Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry.. 

Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 

Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery, bears on its colors First Fredericksburg and Second 



First Massachusetts cavalry. 

First Maine heavy artillery. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery 

Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery C, Fhode Island light artillery. 

Battery D, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Sixteenth Maine infantry. 

Seventeenth Maine infantry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 

Twentieth Maine infantry. 

Note 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



FREDERICKSBURG "'—Continued. 



Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 
Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 
Ninth New Hampshire infantry. 
Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. 
Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 



Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 
Fourth Rhode Island infantry. 
Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 
I Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 



"FUNKSTOWN."' 

Second Vermont infantry. 

J Fifth Vermont infantry. 
I Sixth Vermont infantry. 



GAINES S MILL. 



Fifth battery (B) Massachusetts light artillery. 
Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 



First veteran Maine infantry. 
Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 



"GAINESVILLE." 

Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 



First New HampsBire cavalry. 
Third Massachusetts cavalry. 
Battery A, Maine light artillery. 



"GEORGIA LANDING. 



Sixth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 
Twelfth Connecticut infantry. 
Thirteenth Connecticut infantry. 



GETTYSBURG." 



First Maine cavalry. 

First Massachusetts cavalry. 

Battery E, Maine light artillery. 

Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 

Ninth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery C, Rhode I>land light artillery. 

Battery E, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 

First veteran Maine infantry. 

Sixteenth Maine infantry. 

Seventeenth Maine infantry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 

Twentieth Maine infantry. 



Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 
Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 
Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 
Seventeenth Connecticut infantry. 



Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 



Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 



"GLENDALE." 

Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 

| Twentieth Massachusetts infantry, 

"GOLDING'S FARM." 

Second Vermont infantry. 

I Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 



"GROUND SQLHRREL CHURCH." 

First Maine cavalry; 

"HAGERSTOWN. MD.'* 

Seventeenth Connecticut infantry. 

HAMPTON ROADS. 
Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry 



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INDEX OF BATTLES. 



"HANOVER COURT HOUSE." 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. | Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery, 

"HATCHER'S RUN." 
Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 



Ninth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 
Twentieth Maine infantry. 
Thirty -first Maine infantry. 
Thirty-second Maine infantry. 
Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 
Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. 
Seventeenth Vermont infantry. 
Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 



Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fourth Rhode Island infantry. 
Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 



"HAWE'S SHOP." 

First Maine cavalry. 

"IRISH BEND." 

Twelfth Maine infantry. | Thirteenth Connecticut infantry. 

"JACKSON." 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 
Ninth New Hampshire infantry. I Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 

Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry 

Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. | Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 

"JOHN'S ISLAND, S. C." 

Seventeenth Connecticut infantry. 

"KELLY'S FORD." 

Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. | Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 

"LAFOURCHE." 

Twenty -sixth Massachusetts infantry. 

" LOCUST GROVE." 

Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 

"MALVERN HILL." 
Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 



Battery B. Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery E, Rhode Island light artil ery. 
Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 
First veteran Maine infantry. 
Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 



Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 



First veteran Maine infantry. 
Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 



"MAYRE'S HEIGHTS. 
Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 



Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 



" MECHANICSVILLE." 
Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. | Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



li 



" MIDDLEBURG." 
First Maine cavalry. 
"MIDDJ.ETOWN." 
First Maine cavalry. 



'MINE RUN. 



Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 

Ninth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Sixteenth Maine Infantry. 

Seventeenth Maine infantry. ' 



First Maine cavalry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 
Twentieth Maine infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty -ninth Massachusetts infantry. 



"MONOCACY." 

Tenth Vermont infantry. 
"NEWBERN." 



Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 



| Fourth Rhode Island infantry. 



'NORTH ANNA. 



Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

Battery G, Maine light artillery. 

First Massachusetts heavy artillery. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 

Kinth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Eleventh battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Sixteenth Maine infantry. 

Seventeenth Maine infantry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 

rwentieth Maine infantry. 

rhirty-second Maine infantry. 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 

Sinth New Hampshire infantry. 



Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. 
Seventeenth Vermont infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty -ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty -sixth Massachusetts infantry. . 
Fifty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty -eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
Seventh Ehode Island infantry. 
Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



First Vermont heavy artillery 
Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery 
Second Connecticut heavy artillery. 
First veteran Maine infantry. 
Twenty-ninth Maine infantry. 
Second Vermont infantry. 



'OLD CHURCH." 

First Maine cavalry. 
*' OPEQUAN." 

Battery E, Maine light artillery. 

Third Vermont infantry. 

Fourth Vermont infantry. 

Fifth Vermont infantry. 

Sixth Vermont infantry. 

Tenth Vermont infantry. 

Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 

Second Rhode Island infantry. 



Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 



Twentieth Maine infantry. 



"PEACH ORCHARD. 

Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 



| Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
PEEBLE'S FARM." 

| Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 



12 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



PETERSBURG. 



First Maine heavy artillery. 

Battery E, Maine light artillery. 

Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

Battery G-, Maine light artillery. 

First Vermont heavy artillery. 

Firt Massachusetts heavy artillery. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 

Ninth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Eleventh battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery E, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Second Connecticut heavy artillery. 

First veteran Maine infantry. 

Sixteenth Maine infantry. 

Seventeenth Maine infantry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 

Twentieth Maine infantry. 

Thirty-first Maine infantry. 

Thirt)--second Maine infanty. 

Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 

Ninth New Hampshire infantry. 



Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. 

Second Vermont infantry. 
^Third Vermont infantry. 
^Fourth Vermont infantry. 

Fifth Vermont infantry. 

Sixth Vermont infantry. 

Tenth Vermont infantry. 

Seventeenth Vermont infantry. 

Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 

Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty-ninte Massachusetts infantry. 

Fifty sixth Massachusetts infantry. 

Fifty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 

Fifty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 

Fifty -ninth Massachusetts infantry. 

Second Rhode Island infantry. 

Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 

Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



"PLAIN'S STORE." 
Second battery Vermont light artillery. | Thirtieth Massachusetts infantry. 



Fifteenth Maine infantry. 



PLEASANT HILL, LA." 

I Twenty -ninth Maine infantry. 



" POOLS VILLE." 

First Massachusetts cavalry. 

POPLAR SPRING CHURCH. 



Battery G, 
First Massachusetts heavy artillery. 
Thirty-first Maine infantry. 
Thirty-second Maine infantry. 
Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 
Ninth New Hampshire infantry. 
Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 



Maine light artillery. 

Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fourth Rhode Island infantry. 
Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 



PO RIVER." 



Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 
Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Seventeenth Maine infantry. 



Nineteenth Maine infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 



"PORT HUDSON.' 



Third Massachusetts cavalry. 
Battery A, Maine light artillery. 
First battery Vermont light artillery. 
Second battery Vermont light artillery. 
Second battery (B) Massachusetts light artillery 
Fourth battery (D) Massachusetts light artillery 
Sixth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 
Thirteenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 



First New Hampshire cavalry. 

i Twelfth Maine infantry. 
Fourteenth Maine infantry. 
Eighth Vermont infantry. 



| Seventeeenth Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirtieth Massachusetts infantry. 

Thirty -eighth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twelfth Connecticut infantry. 
I Thirteenth Connecticut infantry. 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



13 



RAPPAHANNOCK STATION. 



First Maine cavalry. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 

First veteran Maine infantry. 

Twentieth Maine infantry. 

Second Vermont infantry. 



Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 



"REAM'S STATION." 



First Maine cavalry. 

Battery G, Maine light artillery. 

Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery B, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 



Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eghth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



"ROANOKE ISLAND." 

Twent-first Massachusetts infantry. | Fourth Rhode Island infantry 



SABINE CROSS ROADS, LA." 

| Twenty-ninth Maine infantry. 

"ST. MARY'S CHURCH." 

| First Massachussetts cavalry. 

"SALEM HEIGHTS." 

Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 

"SAVAGE STATION." 

First veteran Maine infantry. 

Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty -ninth Massachusetts infantry. 

' ' SHEPARDSTOWN. " 

First Maine cavalry. , 

"SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE." 

Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. 
Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. I Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 

Twenty -ninth Massachusetts infantry. | Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 

" SIEGE OF VICKSBURG. " (See VlCKSBURG.) 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 
Ninth New Hampshire infantry. | Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 

"SOUTH MOUNTAIN." 



Fifteenth. Maine infantry. 



First Maine cavalry. 



First veteran Maiue infantry. 
Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 



Fifth New Hampshire infantry, 
Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 



First Massachusetts cavalry. 
Sixteenth Maine infantry. 
Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 
Ninth New Hampshire infantry. 



First Maine cavalry. 

Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fourth Rhode Island infantry. 



14 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



" SPOTTSYLVANIA. 



Battery D, Maine light artf.lery. 

Battery E, Maine light artillery. 

Battery F, Maine light artillery. 

Battery G, Maine light artillery. 

First Vermont heavy artillery. 

First Massachusetts heavy artillery. 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 

Ninth battel y Massachusetts light artillery. 

Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Eleventh battery Massachusetts lijrht artillery. 

Battery B. Rhode Inland light artillery. 

Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery E, Rhode Island light artillery. 

Battery ('•. Rhode bland light artillery. 

First veteran Maine infantry. 

Sixteenth Maine infantry. 

Seventeenth Maine infantry. 

Nineteenth Maine infantry. 

Twentieth Maine infantry. 

Thirty-first Maine infantry. 

Thirty-second Maine infantry. 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 

Ninth New Hampshire infantry. 

Eleventh New Hampshire infantry. 



Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 
Fonrfh Vermont infantry. 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Tenth Vermont infantry. 
Seventeenth Vermont infantry 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-first Massachusetts infantry. 
Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-second Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fiity-seventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 
Fifty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 

Rhode Island infantry. 
Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 
Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



STRAWBERRY PLAINS. 



First MaambnaottS heavy artillery. 
Nineteenth Maine infantry. 
Fifth New Hampshire infantry. 



husetts infantry. 

| Twenty-eighth Massachusetts infantry. 



Fourth Rhode Island infantry. 



First Maine cavalry. 



BULPHUH SPRINGS," 

I ry . 
"TODD'S TAVERN. ' 

bluetts cavalry 



TOLOPOTOMOY. 



rtillerv. 



First Massachusetts heavy artillery. 
Ninth battery Massachusetts light aii 
Tenth battery Massachusetts light artillery. 

Battery 15, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Sixteenth Maine infantry. 
Seventeenth Maine infantry. 
Nineteenth Maine infantry, 

Twentieth Maine Infantry. 



N w Hampshire infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry, 
i.iwtts infantry. 

: tantry. 
Thirtj ■ tts infantry. 

, Thirty-ninth ;> infantry. 

teentfa Connecticut infantry. 



First Maine cavalry. 



• TREVILLIAN STATb 
First Maine cavalry. 

• I'PPERVILLE." 

| First Massachusetts cavalry. 
"VAUGHAN ROAD." 
First Massachusetts cavalry. 



INDEX OF BATTLES. 



15 



VICKSBURG." (Sec Siege of Vicksburg.) 



.v Hampshire infantry, 
•y-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 



Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-sixth Massachusetts infantry. 



Ninth battery Massachusetts lipht artillery. 

th battery 14 light artillery. 

Sixteenth Maine infantry. 
Twentieth Maine Infantry. 
Thirty-first Maine infantry. 
Thirty-second Maine infantry. 
Ninth N -w Hampshire int. 

• ry. 
t Infantry. 
Twenty-first Mass* Try. 



WELDON RAILROAD. 
Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts lipht artillery. 



Twenty-nil tts infantry. 

Thin; - iehu»etts infantry. 

Thirty-fifth Massachusetts infantry. 
Thirty-ninth Massachusetts infantry, 
infantry, 
-.ichusetts infantry. 
liusetts infantry. 
' usetts infantry. 
Fourth Rhode [aland infantry. 
Seventh Rhode Island infantry. 



Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 



WE8T point. 

■> ran Maine infantry. 



| Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 



Fifth v .ire infantry. 

Qt infantry. 
Third \ intry. 

Fourth Vermont infantry. 



■ white OAK .SWAMP." 

infantry. 

Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Nineteenth V ta infantry. 

j -ninth Matt t nan tu Infantry. 



"WILDERNESS." 



Blaine lipht artillery 
rtillery. 

■• F, Maine liplit artillery. 

Fifth 

:■ ode Island li^'lit a 

rtillery. 

Battery O, Rhode Island lifrht artillery. 

tfa Maine infantry. 

■ nth Maine infant:- 

i th Maine infantry." 

Twentieth Maine infantry. 

Thirty-first Maine infantry. 

Sixth New Hampshire infantry. 

tfa New Hampshire infantry 
u try. 
Third Vermont infantry. 



irtillery. 
artillery. 



Fourth Vermont infantry. 

Fifth v< rmont Infantry. 
sixth Vermont Infantry. 

Tenth Vermont infantry. 

t infantry. 
Eleventh Gantry. 

ry. 

utry. 
Gantry. 
Thirty-second Masai I intry. 

infantry." 

Thirtj • tt-; Infantry. 

Thirty-ninth Massachusetts infantry. 
- Infantry. 
lettS infantry. 
phth Maseachum tts Infantry. 

Fifty-ninth M ry! 

1 Infantry. 
Fourteenth Connecticut infantry. 



WILLIAMSBURG 



First veteran Maine infantry. 

Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 
Fourth Vermont infantry. 



Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 



' WILLIAMSPORT." 

First Massachusetts cavalry. 



"WINCHESTER." 
First Maine cavalry. 



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INDEX OF BATTLES. 



Battery B, Bbode Island light artillery. 
Battery C, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery E, Rhode Island light artillery. 
Battery G, Rhode Island light artillery. 
First veteran Maine infantry. 
Second Vermont infantry. 
Third Vermont infantry. 



' WYATT'S FARM. 
First Maine cavalry. 

"YORKTOWN." 

Fifth battery (E) Massachusetts light artillery. 



Fourth Vermont, infantry. ' 
Fifth Vermont infantry. 
Sixth Vermont infantry. 
Eleventh Massachusetts infantry. 
Nineteenth Massachusetts infantry. 
Twentieth Massachusetts infantry. 
Second Rhode Island infantry. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 

ARMY REGISTER, VOLUNTEER FORCE-PART L 



Abbey, William W 2P4 

Henry L 260 

Abbot, John P 256 

Abbott, A Ibert G 6 

Abbott, Charles 52 

Abbott, Charles P 175 

Abbott, Chat-lea 8 27!) 

Abbott, Curtis 103 

Abbott, Delon H 28 

Abbott. Edward G 151 

Abbott. Edward K 279 

Abbott, Edward P 64 

Abbott, Fletcher M ■ 150 

Abbott, George II 51 

Abbott, Georu-eR., (1st Me. inf.) 10 

Abbott* George It., (4th Me. inf.) 17 

Abbott, George P.. (20th Me. inf.) 45 

Abbott, Henry L 178 

Abbott, Hubbard 31 209 

Abbott, Isaac C 17 

Abbott, James G 153 

Abbott, John C 281 

Abbott, Joseph C 78 

Abbott, Joseph H 49 

Abbott, Lemuel II 114 

Abbott, Luther C '. 26 

Abbott, NathanB 289 

A bbot t, Orainel G 224 

Abbott, Samuel W 122 

Abell, Charles E 117 

Abert, William S 134 

Aborn, James 251 

Ackerman, George II 181, 200 

Ackerman, Joseph +. 70 

Adams, Albert E 248 

Adams, Alfred S 5 

Adams, Alfred W 149 

Adams, Artemas M 87 

Adams, Charles 278 

Adams, Charles A 92 

Adams, Charles C 291 

Adams, Charles F 122 

Adams, Charles II 129 

Adams, Daniel II 18 

Adams, Edelbert P „■ 137 

Adams. Edgar E .90 

Adams, Edward T 76 

Adams, Enoch 36 

Adams, Enoch G 68 

Adams, Francis \Y 225 

Adams, Franklin 44 

Adams, Franklin C 41 

Adams, ( ;eorge 229 

Adams, George F 90S 

Adams, George W 248 

Adams, Henry C 31 

Adams, Henry S 125 

Adams, Isaac R 3 

Adams, J. Webb 144 

Adams, James W 14 

Adams, John G B 175 

Adams, John L 77 

Adams, John M 26 

Adams, John Q., (10th Me. inf.) 29 , 

21 a 



• 

Adams. John Q., (29th Me. inf. ) 55 

Adams, John It 20 

Adams, John W 69 

Adams, Matthew, (Capt.) 7 2 

Adams. Matthew, (2d Lieut.) 72 

Adams, Merrill H... 36 

Adams. Robert W 275 

Adams, Samuel P 76 

Adams. Thomas II 195 

Adams. Z. B 123 

Adams, ZabdielB., (7th &32d Mass. inf.). 156, 210 

Adams. ZabdielB., (56th Mass. inf.) 223 

Addis. Wm. 1 293 

orge 260 

Ahern. John 193 

Aigan, John, (3d R. 7. -heavy art'y) 243 

Aigan, John, (5th R. I. heavy arty) 245,245 

Aiken, Joseph P 103 

Aim?, Clement F. S 78 

Aiusworth, Frederick S 181 

Aiusworth, Judah T 107 

Ainsworth, Luther 103 

Aiusworth, Wm. R 64 

Aitchison, John S 191 

Akerman, Joseph W 70 

Albec, Eugene A 212 

Albec, James H 31 

Silas .• 94 

Albro, Charles 117 

Alden, Hiram C 153 

Alden, Philander 266 

Aldrich, Charles H 243 

Aldrich, Harrison 179 

Aldrich, John 83 

Aldrich, LeonardF 116 

Aldrich Levi L ' 228 

Alexander, Charles 39 

Alexander, Christopher H 256 

Alexander, Joseph H 271 

Alexander, Reuben 29 

Alexander, S. Judson 82 

Alexander, Wm. B 183 

Alford, Love 26 

Altord. Warren 262 

Allanson, John S 138 

Allard, Albert A 103 

Allchin, Charles T 105 

Allen, AlbertG 158 

Allen, Amos T 278 

Allen, Benjamin R 82 

Allen, Charles G 203 

Allen, Charles F 210 

Allen, Crawford, jr 249 

Allen, Cvrus H 106,110 

Allen, DanielF 126,171' 

Allen, David, jr 165 

Allen, Ebenezer G 275 

Allen, Edward P., (1st Conn, heavy artil- 
lery) 260 

Allen, Edward P., (5th Conn, inf.) 265 

Allen, EdwardT 253 

Allen, Edwin R 253 

Allen, Eugene A 209 

Allen, Frank 64,240 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Allen, George D 142 

Allen, HemanF 105 

Allen, Henry 287 

Allen, Hosea B • 45 

Allen, Ivory R 3 

Allen. James 99 

AlleV James A 165 

Allen, James F 248 

Allen, James H 256 

Allen, John A 252 

Allen, John A. P 134 

Allen, JohnH 117 

Allen, JosephC --284 

Allen, Lewis C, jr 268 

Allt-n, Lorenzo D 102 

Allen, Newell B ...121 

Allen, Nicholas T 295 

Allen, Pickering D 126 

Allen, Robert H 70 

Allen, Samuel H 1 

Allen, SamuelJ f ..103 

Allen, Solomon T 117 

Allen, Thomas 245 

Allen, ThomasO 155 

Allen, W. H 14 

Allen, W. Irving 199 

Allen, William B 134 

Allen, William C 163 

Allen, WilliamH 152 

Allev, L. F r 178 

Alley, William A 166 

Allison, John D 293 

Allyn, Stanton ' 279 

Allyn, Wm. B., (31st Me. inf.) 58 

Allyn, Wm. B., (6th battalion Mass. light 

artillery) 142 

Almy, Allen 231 

Almy, George C 245 

Almy, Pardon, jr 174 

Almv, Sanford 173 

Alney, George C j 256 

Alvord, Corydon A 3^ 

Alvord, Henry E 123 

Alvord, Jabez 297 

Ambler, Peter W 277 

Ambrose, Thomas L 85 

Ames, Adelbert 46 

Ames, Albert N 57 

Ames, Benjamin G 41 

Ames, Francis M 43 

Ames, Frank D 17 

Ames, Nathan M 78 

Ames, T. Edward 207 

Ames, Timothy K 77 

Ames, William .243,251 

Amidon, George H 1 03 

Ammidown, Malcolm 203 

Amory, Charles B 185 

Amory, Charles W 123 

Amory, Robert G 133 

Amory, Thomas J. C 172 

Amory, Wm. A., (2d Mass. h. art'y) 132 

Amory, Wm. A., (16th Mass. inf.) 169 

Anderson, Charles F 263 

Anderson, Columbus S 43 

Anderson, Holman H 15 

Anderson, John, (57th Mass. inf.) 229 

Anderson, John, (22d Conn, inf.) 291 

Anderson, JohnF 185 

Anderson, Judson B 263 

Anderson, Wm. R 28 



Anderton, Walter 267 

Andrew, John R 1 

Andrew, Nathan L 117 

Andrew, Timothy T 46 

Andrews, Aaron M 46 

Andrews, Aaron AV 45 

Andrews, Benjamin 261 

Andrews. Charles E 243 

Andrews, Charles T 271 

Andrews, Dennis P 252 

Andrews, Eben A - 129 

Andrews, Emory P 199 

Andrews, George E 33 

Andrews, George F 51 

Andrews, George L 150 

Andrews, George S 15 

Andrews. George W 156 

Andrews, James H 68 

Andrews, James M 23 

Andrews, John 259 

Andrews. John H 28 

Andrews. Joseph F ^64,240 

Andrews, Philip H 31 

Andrews, Simon S 35, 57 

Andrews, Stephen H 205 

Andrews, Wallace R 285 

Andrews. Wm. H. H 31 

Andrews. Wm. R 244 

Andross, Dudley K 112 

Angel, Edward F. 245 

Angell, Jesse F 83 

Angus, John ." 54 

Anuable, E. Augustus _ 133 

Annan, Frank 130 

Annen, Alexander 244 

Anson 7 Charles H 94 

Anson, Frank 94 

Anson, George A 48 

Anthony, Robert C, (1st R. I. cav.) 239 

Anthony, Robert C, (2d R. I. cav.) 241 

Appleman, Hirwm 271 

Appleton, Charles F 197 

Appleton, Edward W 99 

Appleton, Giles F 114 

Appleton, John F 33 

Appleton, Nathan 142 

Appleton, Samuel 165 

Appleton, \V. ftf 138 

Appleton. Zeno A 134 

Archer, Stillman C 35 

Arlin, True W 79 

Armand, Augustus 193 

Armbruster, Albert P 291 

Robert B.. 119 

Armitage. Thomas R 144 

Arms, Charles J., (16th Conn, inf.) 285 

Arms, Charles J., (20th Conn, inf.) 289 

Armstrong, Hugh 123 

Armstrong, Robert M 166 

Arnold, Elisha 251 

Arnold. Job, (5th R. T. heavy arty) 245 

Arnold, Job, (7th R. I. inf.) 253 

Arnold, Moses N 165 

Arnold, Osia F 7 

Arnold, Stephen T 250 

Arnold, Wm. A., (batt. A, R 1. 1. art'y) 246 

Arnold. Wm. A., (batt. F, R. I. 1. artv) 248 

Ashe, John E V.^ 

Ashlev, John F., (7th Mass. inf) 156 

Ashley, John F., (53d Mass. inf.) 227 

Ashley, Wm. A 162 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



19 



Ashmead, Austin F 279 

Atherton. Arlon S 70 

. Benjamin F 5 

Atherton, CharleB H 129 

Atherton. Geo. \\*.. (,10th Conn, iuf.) 275 

. Geo. W., (.Loth Conn, iuf.) 275 

Atherton, Henry B 103 

Atherti in, J amea A 195. 

Atherton. J ames H 136 

Atkins. Rawlins F 228 

Atkinson, Benjamin C 129,129 

rlesO •-'<'- : ") 

ae 267 

Atwater, Howell 258 

At will. John W v .5 

Atwell. s agerS 269 

i tns A .99 

At wood. Cornelian (t 187 

Atwood, Eleazer W 39 

Atwood 20 

- ■ II 50 

105 

183 

Atwood, Wm. B 261 

Augur, Marshall C • 284 

Augur, Wm. H 269 

an Q 17 

Austin, Adoniram 106 

Austin, Albert 277 

Austin, Albert S 149 

Burr J 101 

■i M 5 

1 ' 1 85 

. [7th Me. inf.) 23 

I (16th Me. inf.) 39 

Austin, Joseph, (3d Maes, heavy arty) 1.34 

Austin. Jooeph, (3-Jd Mate. Inf.) '. 200 

Austin, OrloH 94 

RnelG 75 

a 'I 969 

Averell. Nathaniel 149 

Averili, James 296 

Averiii. Perry 280* 

Averili Rufus T 118 

S 118 

294 

W 274 

219 

\ 242 

y A 295 

Aver, 1 ton < 94 

3 

Ay.r. Henry C 71 

33 

M 118 

Ayer, John 39 

Ayer, Jos ph C 173 

Ayer, Richard S 17 

m. H 255 

: im C 227 

Ayers, Joseph G 88 

Ayling, Aug. D., (24th Mass. inf.) 185 

Ayliuer. Augustus D., (29th Mas*. iuf.) 195 

- L 137 

Henry 297 

Ayres, Jamet H 287 

A j town. J. Frederick ]75 

Babb, Edwin C 82 

Babbidge, Charles 189 

I Jac I. 254 

Babbitt, John W 82 



Babbitt, Pliny H 227 

Babcock, Allen A 244 

Babcock, Charles 285 

Babcoek, Charles S 207 

Babcock, George C 1 08 

Babcock, Latham W 244 

Babcock, Wm. A 27 

Babo, Alois '] 78 

Babson, Fitz J., (23d Maes, iuf.) 183 

Babson, Fitz J., (25th Co. Mass, inf.) 237 

Babson, Joseph 44 

Bache, Robert 199 

Bachelder, Francis L. 50 

Bachelder, Greenleaf W 127 

Bacheler, Albert W 85 

Bacheller. Jeremiah C 158 

Backus, Charles C -.1 1 07 

Backus. Joseph 258 

Bacon, Androw J 139 

Bacon. Edward F 256 

Bacon . F ranch* 269 

B icon, Harrison K 112 

Bacon. Henri E 255 

Bacon, Henry 206 

Bacon, Horace C 81 

Bacon, James L 161 

Bacon, Joseph A 155 

Bacon. Theodore 269 

Bacon. Wm. B., (13th Mast, iuf.) 166 

Bacon, Wm. B.. (34th Mm*, inf.) 203 

Badger, Algernon 8 189 

Badger, Henry E 77 

Wm. .73 

[srael C 291 

Jonathan R 72 

BagnaJl, William 55 

I lhandler B 57 

I 'navies 292 

Bailey, Charles F., (3d Ft. inf.) 101 

Bailey, CharlesF., (6th Ft. inf.) 108 

Bailey, Ch irles L 66 

Bailey, Edward L 68 

'. [win 158 

Bailey, George A 94 

Bailey, George G., jr 133 

Bailey, George II -227 

Bailey. Henry S 207 

Bailey, Hiram C * 109 

Bailey, James E 243 

Bailey, L. C 48 

Bailey, Mont ville C 48 

8 191 

Samuel G., (11th Conn, inf.) 277 

Samuel G., (23d (\mn. i:;L) 292 

Smith G 20 

Bailey, Spencer L 87 

Baiiey . Walter C 154 

Bailey, Walter 8., (1st N. H. h. art'y) 67 

Walter 8., (28th Mast, inf.) 193 

Bailey, William C 45 

Bailey, William G 243 

Bailey, Davit. YV 214 

Bain, John J., jr 99 

Baird, Wm. L 137 

Baker, Allen, jr 2"9 

Baker, Charles 52 

Baker, Charles H., (1st Mc. eav.) 1 

Baker, Cbarles H.. (20th Mast, inf.) 177 

Baker, Ephraim W 50 

Baker, Fisher A 17.J 

Baker, George H .»• : 



20 



INDEX GP NAMES. 



Baker, Granville M 45 

Baker, Henry 261 

Baker, Henry W : 79 

Baker, J. A 142 x 

Baker, Jacob M 245 

Baker, James II 68 

Baker, Joel C f 112 

Baker, John 21 

Baker, John S 90 

Baker, Joseph A 

Baker, Joseph J J27 

Baker. Joseph 8. A 280 

Baker, Jo-iah X 8 

Baker. Otis A., (3d M ass. inf.) IT.-.' 

Baker. Otis A., (18th Co. Mats, inf.) 

Baker, Otis A., (4th 11. 1. inf.) 253 

Baker, Perry A .. 97 

Baker, Seohy D 

Baker. Scotto B. N 381 

Baker, Thomas C 23 

Baker, Titaon 50 

Ba ker. Win. F 27 

Balcam, Horace E 2°3 

Baleum, Darnley () 129 

Baldwin, Charles O., (5th N. H. inf.) 75 

Baldwin, Charles ()., (14th Conn, inf.) 

Baldwin. Charles P 31 

Baldwin, Clark B 149 

Baldwin, David A 271 

Baldwin, George A 

►Baldv E 123 

Baldwin, George II 212 

Baldwin, Oeorge W 1 67 

Baldwin, Herbert C 

Baldwin, James A 121 

Baldwin, .lames II.. (3d Moat. inf. and 

Ujt battalion heavy artillery) 134, 138 

Baldwin, James II.,' (35th Mass. inf.) 

Baldwin, John B 225 

Baldwin, Josia-h A 193 

Baldwin, Newton F 

Baldwin, Stephen II 

Baldwin, Wallace E , 105 

Balkam, Henry G 

Balkam, Uriah 39 

Ball, Benjamin A 134 

Ball, Davidj 119 

Ball, George S 179 

Ball. Stephen 279 

Ball, Warren J 123 

Ballard, Alfred C 119 

Ballard, Henrv 105 

Ballard, Win. W., (1st A. //. h. art'y).. .... 

Ballard Win. W., (2d A. //. inf.).'... 69 

Ballenger, Jehu II 21 

Balloch, George W 75 

Ballon. B. Allen 90 

Ballon, Alfi use A 229 

Ballon, Charles O 75 

Ballon, Daniel R 

Ballon, ErastusG 

Ballon, Francisco M 

Ballon, Newton U <.»:» 

Ballon, Sullivan 251 

I. Benjamin F 232 

Bancroft, Ambrose 900 

Bancroft, Charles E 116 

Bancroft, David C 156 

Bancroft, George C 213 

Bancroft, Robert B.... 171 

BJ9»oft, Sidney C 171 



iOncro 



B.md, Thomas B 202 

Banett, Richard 220 

Frank D 

Bangs, George P 150 

Bangs, Gilbert V 7,7, 

. Isaac S 45 

Banker, Dumout 43 

Banks, G r.rdner 169 

Banks, Hiram B 170 

. Wm. A 17 

Banning, Almon C 294 

Bannou. Charles B 260 

Barber, Brownson II 

Barber, David P 

Barber, Frederick M 

Barber. Henry D 

Barber, Merritt 114 

Barclay, Samuel R 27 

Barnwell, Charles S 

Barker, Bernard E 

Barker, Charles, (Me. ('. (i. battalion) 81 

Barker. Charles. (21 st Moss. Inf.) 179 

Barker, Charles. (57th Mate, int.) 229 

Baike 01 

Barker, Charles E 

Barker, Edward 213 

Barker, Edwin W 107 

Barker, Frank T 89 « 

Barker, Fred # 

Barker, 199 

Barker. <;< orge A 21 I 

Barker .«..179 

Barker, Hiram B 

Barker, Jame*H 

Barker, John F 

• John M 

Barker. Orville A 211 

Barker, Rodney C 25 

Barker. Silas C 3 ^ 

Barker, Stephen 130 

Barker, Thaddeaa L 207 

Barker. Thomas E 

'Barker, Tilcston A., (2d A". //. inf.) 68 

Barker, Tilcston A., (14th Ha Inf.) 

Barker, Wm. A 17 

Barker. Win. B 

Barlow, Joseph K 

Barnard, Benjamin F J83 

Barnard. Charles 36 

Barnard, Charles E 230 

Barnard, Frederick S 36 

Barnai : 173 

Barnard, James II 

Barnes, An row 1' 289 

Barnes. George F 154 

Barms. George E 200 

Barnes. <;. orge 9 

Barnes. George w 291 

Hiram II 

- James ]73 

5 ith Mass. inf.) 224 

Barnes, John G.. (17th Co. Mass. inf.) 

Barnes, Joseph H 195 

Barnes, Stuart 

a Wm. II 

Barmy. Edwin A 108 

Barney. Elisha E 108 

Barmy. Friend H 105 

Barney, .Martin V 125 

Barney, Valentine G ..112 

Wm. C, (3d R. I. cav.) 242 

I 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



21 



Barney, Wm. C, (3d R. I. heavy art' v 9*3 

Barnum. Jose] hH 

Barnuin. BamnelC 978 

Burr, Robert Q loo 

Barrett, Alexander 194 

Barrett, Daniel E 105 

Barrett. 227 

Barrett. G - V 1^3 

Barrett. Henry E • 87 

Barrett, Jameti 92 

:;re P 193 

, F 2S'4 

-J 194 

l 9thN. H. inf).... 80 

Barrett, Win. M., (53d Mags. inf.).... 227 

Win. P 191 

r ass. h. art.) 133 

bal) 193 

iiniii O 19 

Barrow-. ( ,;. -A 92 

Barrowi 5th M e. inf.) 1" 

Barrow- ' bat) 57 

.) 3 

Borrows, RonelloA., (23dAfe. inf.) 49 

Barrows Win. A 96 

Barrow-, 'Win. II IT.". 

Barrows, Wm. II 9Q1 

Barry, Alh nE 6 

Barry. GK orge M. 175 

Barry, Wellington 989 

Bantow, Elijah W 134 

Bur>tr.w, John L IK) 

niel S 186 

Battels, II inryL 41 

Barthol* - 211 



983 

Bartholomew, Walter G 191 

Bartli 



Bartl 

w 

Bartl. ■ -!i Mass. int.) 

13d Mass. inf.) 214 



A 155 





Bartlett, Enoch II 



Brtitl ■ , (1-t Me. cav.) 2 

Bartl. • b Me. inf.) 

Bartl ... (27th Mass. inf.) 191 

Bartlett. Ichab< >dfi 



D 

Bartl 



Bartl. 21st Mr. inf.) 

Bart:. 31st Me. inf.) 

Bartlett. Walter 217 

Bartlett, Wm. P., (20th AfoM. inf) 177 

tt, Wm. P., (49th Mass, inf) 

Bartlett, Wm. P., (57 th Mass. inf.) 

Bait! 183 

Bartlette, Herman 11 

•lick 161 

leriek A 161 

Barto: 44 



Barton , Ira Mel* . (1st N. H. h. arty) 



Barton, Ira McL., (5th N. //.'inf.).. 71 

Barton. James 

Bartram, David S i 

:n, George 116 

Bascom. James T 112 

JohnT 



tt, James C 

tt, Julius 

t. Wm. J 

rd, Levi L. L 21.21 

Batelielder. Char] en M 107 

Batchelder, Cornelias 165 

Batohelder, Cyrua T 

Batchelder.G orgi A 181 

L 

Bate!, 'A'., (19th Mass. inf.) 176 

Batchelder, Geo. W.. (32d Mass. Inf.) 2(0 

Batchelder, Hiram T 

Batchelder, James C 

Ider, John A 23 

Batcholder, John T 

Batchelder, John W 

Ider, Mayhew C 85 

Moalton 

Batchelder, N. Walter It*; 

Batchelder, Edwin A 15 

JohnB 243 

Batch. M. .r. Whet lock T 

Bateman, Henry B 

\. .1 14 

Admantha 



A Ivan J _ 3i> 

35 



Clark E 

D B 

> 

215 

I I II 

- M 



T 

JohnW 137 

. h N 

late M 135 

Samuel 152 

P 

(6th Conn, inf.) 

i Conn, inf.) 

Batt. Thomas E l(i:j 

Batteraon, William II 

Battles. ( >-car A 

Baner. J _ . . 24 1 

Baxter, Henry C 

Baxter, Jededhih 11 165 

Baxt 

Baxter, Joseph II 

Baxti r, Orson A 

Baxter, Samnel 1 75 

Baxter, William G 137 

.tt. Philip B 121 

Bayne, Thomas Ill 

Beach, Dennis 

Beach, P 285 

Beach, G. W 241 

Beach, George M 

Beach, Henry L , 

Beach, Isaac W 

Beach. Watson 10(1 



22 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Beal, George L., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Bead, George L., (29th Ma inf.) 

Bcal, John M., (11th Afe. inf.) 31 

1 1 !aJ .' John M. , (29th Me. inf.) 55 

Beal, Josiah C 27 

Beal, Melvin 155 

Beale, Joseph H 51) 

B ales, BarrittH 57 

Beals, Thomas P 58, GO 

Bean, Alvin C 88 

Bean, Andrew D 17 

Bean, Charles T 50 

Bean, Charles W 75 

Bran, Edward D G8 

Bean, Frank S 84 

Bean, George II., (1st vt.cnv.) 93 

Bean, George H., (21st Mass.vaL) 179 

Bean, James W 113 

Bean, John R 66 

Beau, John W 74 

Bean, PhilipC 90 

Bean, Rufua L 

Bean. Samuel A 232 

Bean, Sylvaaus B 32 

i. Timothy M 33 

i. Truman P 118 

Bean, William H 243 

Beandry, Amable 167 

ce, Henry M., (23d Me. inf.) 49 

ce, Henry M., (:J2d Me. Inf.) 

rce, William II 33 

Bearce, William A 

Beardsley, Ambrose E 

Beardsley.-John B 130 

Beardsley, John 1)., (10th Afe. in£) 29 

dsley, John D., (29th J/<. inf.) 

h, Thomas P 43 

Beaton, Charles II 

ie, Alexander M 101 

Beati I 193 

Beaumont, Walter P 134 

Beckford, William A 

Beckley, Charles C 72 

Beckwjth, A. W 177 

Beekwith, Albert I) 90 

.with, Henry A 1H) 

Beekwith, Lewis 

Beekwith, R. S 

Beekwith. Theodore L 

' dee, Daniel S 

Bedee, Edwin B 

Bedell. Henry E 94 

Bedel. John 70 

Beebee, George A 113 

her, Fred. II 39 

Beecher, W.C., (3d bat Conn. It. art.) 264 

her, W.C., (13th Conn, iuf.) 

tan, William M 92 

i t Alfred B 267 

•8, Charles B 245 

Beers, Ira s 

Beers, Thomas J 261 

Belcher, Allen P 127 

ner, Samuel C 39 

Belden, Henry D 102 

Belden, Nathan A 290 

er, James 248 

Bell, Ezra B 80 

Bell, Freeborn E 115 

Bell, J.Leroy - 84 

Bell. James B 185 



Bell, Louis 73 

Bell, Luther V 163 

Bellen, Henry I 

Bellows, Geoige 2(17 

Belsee, William F 

Beman, Edgar C 

Bemis, Frederick A 

Bemis, J. Orlaudo 136 

Bemis,* Moses P 77 

Bemis, Orlando 

Bemis, Warren S 94 

Bemis, William 119 

Benedict, George 292 

Benedict, George G 115 

Benedict, James W 275 

Bengless, John D 251 

Benham, Winfield H 190 

Benjamin, Henry S 242 

Benn, Frederick 12 

Bennedict, J. Irving 287 

Bennet, Leonard E 101 

Bennet, Nathan J 273 

Bennett, Alfred N 7!) 

Bennett, Charles 43 

Bennett, Edwin C 181 

210 

Bennett. Harlan P 163 

Bennett, John W 92 

Bennett, Joseph II lol 

Bennett. Lyman N 

Bennett, Servilla A 40 

Bennett, Thomas G 297 

Bennett, William C 265 

Bennett. Wm. K.. (1 lth Mass. iuf.) 1(13 

Bennett, Wm. R., (22.1 Mats, inf.) 181 

Benson, Andrew M 23 

Benson. Calvin B 1 

Benson, David O 287 

Benson, Frederick II l^l 

Benson, Henry S 177 

Benson, John 45 

Benson, Samuel W 143 

58 

Benson, W. It 14 

Benson, William E 17 

Benson, William it 25 

Bent. F. Edward 234 

Bent, George 195 

Bent, Luther S 173 

Bent. Samuel A 195 

Bent. Thomas D 133 

Bent, WilliamH 1! ; 

Bentley, Edwin 

Bentley, William II 295 

Benton. Caleb II 105 

Benton, Qeorge M 279 

Benton. I 

Benton, Reuben C, (1st Vu h. art.) 94 

Benton, Reuben C, (5th Vt. inf.) 105 

Bergin, James J 261 

Berry. Ahram Hun 15S 

Berry, EliasA 38 

Berry, Lied. M - 963 

Berry. Hiram G 17 

Berry, Ira 87 

Berry, Samuel G 2nd 

Berry, Thomas II 158 

Berry, Wm.. v lst eo. Mass. s. O 148 

Berry, Wm., (12th Conn. Inf.) 

ishn, |r 45 

Merritt B 187 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



23 



.287 
.262 
.206 



Bel ton. Mathow T 

1 

I ri or| c E • 

\ 

I ^2 

- Gereboni C --- 6 

#> 201 

James -. 243 

Bicki B ■'- 

BicktV.nl. Selwyn E 135 

Bickford, William A 5 

Bickford, William B 43 

Bickmore, Cbariea 8 37 

Bickn • inf.) 11 

Bieknell, Benj.F., (7th Me. tot) 23 

Bieknell, Edwin 61 

Bieknell, Emerson L 



Bickndl. Geo. P., (3d II. I. eavalryl 

Bieknell, Goo. P., fl2th R. I. inf.)... 

Bieknell, ( ";,.. »rge W 19 

Eidwell. Edwin C 

iry L 

:. Henry •-'67 

r L 

Imnnd D 219 

W 1,;l 

i ; ICT 

1 -7' 

K "... 1 <)- * 

It art.) HO 

w, John, (9th bat. Mass. It. art.) 

u-. Luther II 

II 2U0 





Bill. Geo. P., (1st Conn, heavy art). 261 

Bill. G to/.)- 

Billings. Adoniram J j'' 

Billi; j 

Billii 

Billings, Henry R 

Billi. _ 

Billii'- W M 

Bingham, tAlonzo E 

iin. Adoniram I 1<; 1 

E 

Bingham, George* B 

f Vt. inf.).. 10? 

i P., (l?th Vt. inf.). 120 

272 

Mass. H. art.) 132 

Bingham, Sam'lR.,(30tbco. Mats. II. 

Ileryj 139 

am*. William II. II 261 

rge L 150 

Binney, Martin *93 

Bird. Edward E 

"Bird, Edwin I 220 

Elijah W U2 

Bird. John E 173 

Bird, Patrick II li'3 

Rilej A 

jail, EitchT 

tnrael T 

. Henry W. II. art.) 

(13th Conn. im'.).. 280 

1. - 262 

Birge. William II 260 



Bbbee, Elkha 8 ^7 



I Bisbee, George D 40 

j Birbee, Horatio 27 

Bisbee, John no 

Bisbee, Levi E i 17 

Bisbee, Lewis C 39 

. Bisbee, Lewis II 112 

Bisbee, Wright 156 

Bishop, Abram 284 

Bishop, Charles 101 

Bishop, Edward P 175 

Bishop, Edwin W 284 

rbert M 259 

Bishop, John H 103 

ip, Willard I ifii 

Bishop, William 280 

1. Edwin C- 226 

;>.. Evelyn L 266 

1. George P 294 

!* Hezekiah 294 

InsB 28 1 

II, William 262 

dun D 279 

Am - 1 

.-. Armentina B 103 

Bixi'V, Angnstaa II •. 1 

Bixby, Franklin ( J- 

103 

.an II 27 

134 

Bixbv, Orville _ 1C0 

. PI. in. P 76 

v. William, jr 167 

David .1 8 



k, Patrick W., (9th Mass. inf.). 

'.. Patriek W., (28th Mass, inf.) 193 

am 11 

.. William R 153 

k, William T 33 

.man, Horace 

Blai - is 

kmer, Dennis M 

Blaekmer, Eli T 209 

kmer, John 

tmer, William B 1G6 

d F 

kwell, Charles E * 36 

1 II 

ten, Edward li 

122, 123 

Elijah II 

Blain, Samuel J 220 

, Blair. George W 219 

Blai "..88 

Blafodell, Charles P 220 

Blai dell. James 82 

; Blnisd'dl. William... t 164 

Blai: 35 

Blc.ke, Char'es G 

Blake, Edw.ird 

Blake, Edward E 286 

Blake, George G 116 

Blake, George II 118 

Blake, George 8 15 

jl Blake. Granville, (10th Me. inf.) 29 

. -. Granville, (29th Me. in£ ) 55 

Blake, Henry X 164 

Blake. James II., jr 216 

! Blake, John 28 

j Blake, J- hn T 246 

li Blake, Jonathan 29 



24 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Blake, Miranda R 97 

Blake, Peleg W 142 

Blake, William L 116 

Blakely, A. Judson 117 

Blakeman, John P ]°>1 

Blakeslee, Erastus 258 

Blanchard, Albert H 125 

Blanchard, Alfred 205 

Blanchard, Andrew J 105 

Blanchard, Cadwallader F 397 

Blanchard, Charles E 239 

Blanchard, Clifton A 205 

Blanchard, Enoch 107 

Blanchard, George F 87 

Blanchard, George P 22, 24 

Blanchard, Henry F 1 

Blanchard, Horatio, (6th Conn. inf.). 267 

Blanchard, Horatio, (18th Conn inf.). ,...288 

Blanchard, Ira 165 

Blanchard, James A 138,215 

Blanchard, John C 118 

Blaudin, Simon G 231 

Blanding, Chris. (3d R. 1. H. art.) 243 

Blanding, Chris. (R. I. independent 

co. hospital' guards) 257 

Blanding, Sabez B 243 

Blaney, Alexander 193 

Blaney, Nathaniel R 131 

Blasband, Edward B 202 

Biatchford, Benjamin F 133 

Blethen, Zebulon B 1 

Blinu, Charles D 280 

Blinn, Jarvis E 282 

' Blinn, Samuel E 287 

Bliss, Charles M 99 

Bliss, Edward 277 

Bliss, Francis M 287 

Bliss, George R 264 

Bliss, George S 226 

Bliss, George W ...i. 239 

Biiss, Sidney 95 

Bliss, William 209 

Bliss, ZebaF 156 

Bliss, Zenas R 256 

Blodget, George 36 

Blodgett, Pearl D 114 

Blodgett, Silas P 189 

Blood, Andrew 189 

Blood, Caleb 202 

Blood. Samuel G 155 

Blood, William H .11 

Blood. William J 1 59 

Bloodgood, Horace S 248 

Blossom, Allen 21 

Blossom, Henry C 231 

Blossom, Waldo A 35 

Blunt, Asa P., (3d and 6th Vt. inf.). ... ..102, 107 

Blunt, Asa P., (12th Vt. inf.) 115 

Blunt, Nathan F 1 3 1 

Boardman, Arthur 289 

Boardman, Daniel W 275 

Boardman, George H 61 

Boardman, Lemuel H 291 

Boatch. William J 271 

Bodfish, Frank 2 

Bogart, G ilbert 279 

Bogart, William E 94 

Bogle, Archibald 171 

Bigne, Charles D 114 

Bohonon, Daniel W., (2d N. H. inf. ) 68 

Bohonon, Daniel W r ., (12th N. Hint) 85 



Bolan, AlbinK 36,36 

Bolan, Wallace 43 

Bolger, John 273 

Bolles, Albert A 251 

BaUes, Lucius S 250 

Bolster. David P., (16th Me. inf.) 40 

Bolster. Divid P., (21st Me. inf.) 47 

Bolster, Horace A 49 

Bolster, Horace N - 33 

Bolster, Solomon A 49 

Bolton, Eldridge E 33 

Bolton, George A., (22d Me. inf.) 4S 

Bolton, George A., <31st Me. inf.) 58 

Bolton, James F 112 

Bond, Emmons P 283 

Bond, Frank S 

Bond, Henry M 178 

Bond, Nelson F 199 

Bond, SvlvesterB - --199 

B o nd, Wi 1 1 i am H 

Bond. William L 2"J7 

Bond, W T illiam S 217 

Bouett. George W 101 

Bonn, Charles E 247 

Bonirey, Isaac H _ 153 

Bonney, Seth 189 

Booth." Albert T 271 

Booth, Charles M 297 

Booth, George 143 

Booth. George W 144 

Boothby, Putnam S 41,41 

Boothley, Stephen 2 

Borland*. Walter H 93 

Boston, Calvin 58 

Bostwick. Joseph 

Bostwick, Lucius H 1 16 

Bostwick, EichardS 2% 

Bo.-worth. Geo. W., (16th If. II. iuf.) 90 

Bosworth, Geo. W., (18th .V. H. inf.) 01 

Bosworth, John C 156 

Bosworth, Julius II 117 

Butts. John II 267 

Boncher, Michael 163 

Bondren, Thomas 267 

Boulster, George W » 167 

Bourke, Timothy Rowland 159 

Bourke. William Robert 159 

Bourne, Charles W 9i 

Bourne, G eorge F 1 " 

Bourne. Robert F 182 

Boutin, Charles W 103 

Boutwell. Nathan B 66 

Bouve. Edward T 200 

Bowdin. Thomas G 164 

Bowditch, Henry P 121 

Bowditch. Nathaniel 122 

BSwdlear, John A 200 

Bowen, Amos M 250 

Bowen, Andrew W 258 

Bowen, ( laleb T., (4th R. I. iuf.) 252 

Bowen. Caleb T., (7th R. I. inf.) 253 

Bowen, Charles A 80 

Bowen, Charles D 258 

Bowen. Daniel E 212 

Bowen . Daniel O 6 

Bowen, Daniel W 216 

Bowen. Earl P 156 

Bowen, Edward C 1 

Bowen, Edwin N 70 

Bowen, James A.. (2d R. I. inf.) 250 

3owen, James A., (10th R. I. inf.) .. ., 256 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



25 



Bowen. Lewis H., (5th R. I. heavy art'y) 245 

Bowen, Lewis H., (2d It. I. infantry) 250 

ftoweo, .Milton K 121 

Bowers, Charlei 200 

Bowen, Charles E 200 

Bowers, George 86 

Bowers, George A 285 

Bowers, Ira M 5 

Bowker, Cyrus K 51 

Bowker, Qoorge M ' 191 

Bowker, .Samuel 52 

Bowker, William H 101 

Bowler. George 219 

Bowler, Joseph H 31 

Bowler, Joseph S 48 

Albert G 126 

Bowman. Charles F 

Bowman, Henry 167, 203, 207 

Bowman, M. T B 

Bowman, Samuel S 230 

- William A 284 

1 idward T 127 

Boyce, George P 134 

Boy ce, Henry A 15 

M ichael 38 

Boyce, William H 38,38 

Boyd, Francis E., (3d Mass. cav. and 4th 

Mass. heavy artillery) 126, 1 36 

Boyd, Francis E., (battalion Mags, heavy 

artillery 138 

Boyd, Hugh 168 

l-.iac N 176 

Boyd, John F 200 

Boyd, John T 1M 

Boyd, Simon H 36 

Boyd, William 221 

Boyd, William L 1 

Boyden, George W 68 

Boyle, Hugh P 194 

Boynton, David 224 

Boyntou, Henry, (8th Me. inf.) 25 

Boynton, Henry, (7th N. H. inf.) 78 

Boynton, Joseph J 116 

Boynton, Warren H., (2d Me. inf.) 14 

Boynton, Warren H., (29th Me. iuf,) 55 

Boynton, William H 1 ! r> 

Bracket*, Edward A 121 

Brackett, John O 

Brackett. Levi C 194, 229 

Brackley, Beniah P., (4th Me. inf.) 17 

Brackly, Beniah P., (31st Me. inf.) • 58 

Braey. Andrew G , 68 

Bradbury, Albert L 42 

Bradbury, Albert W 7 

Bradburv. Benjamin M 89 

Bradbury. Frank B 107 

Bradbury, George L 121 

Bradbury, William 215 

Braden, Henry S 195 

Brad lord, Ansel K 226 

Bradford, Byron 269 

Bradford, Charles E _ 49 

Bradford, Francis S " 246 

Bradford, James H 279 

Bradford, John E 255 

Bradford, Pebham t 179 

Bradford, Philander D 105 

Bradford. William J 250 

Bradish, Harrison T 225 

Bradlee, David H 168 

Bradlee, Samuel J 146 



Bradley, Adoniram J - 167 

Bradley, Charles 258 

Bradley, Charles O., (1st N. H. heavy art'y)... 66 

Bradley, Charles O., (13th N. H. inf.) 86 

Bradley, James 2.39 

idley, JohnS 209 

Bradley, John T 

Iley, Joseph R 

i ley, Leverett 130 

i ie v, Luther 191 

Bradley, Milton 297 

Bradley, Richard, (12th Me. infantry) 33 

Bradley, Richard, (30th Me. infantry) 57 

Bradley, Robert 

Bradley, William E 280 

Bradley, William T 268 

Bradman, William H 2 

Bradstreet, John P 224 

Bradt, Jam.- Q 189 

Brady, Allen G 287 

Brady, Charles 195 

Brady , George W 288 

! Brady, James 189 

! Brady, Josiah R 19 

Brady, Robert 31 

Brady. Robert, jr 31 

g Ion. Edmund, jr 53 

| Brngdon, George 134 

_ Ion, William G 183 

\ Bragg. Gtoorge ftf 18 

Brainard, Charles F 70 

Brainerd, Aldis 105 

Bi-aiuerd, Charles I)., (15th Vt. infantry) 118 

Brainerd, Charles D., (17th Vt. infantry) 120 

Brainerd. Herbert 92 

Brainerd. William A 35 

Bralev, Lester E .279 

Branch, Charles F 112 

Branch, Joseph W 

Brand, Christopher A 

Brann, Alfred G ." . .3 

a, Thomas A 1.3 

Brannan, William 32 

B Uings 28 

I ) 115 

Brann, Cyras W 20 

race S 33 

Bray, Morris P 277 

• al A., (1st battalion Me. infantrv). . .13 

V al A . , (1 2th Me. infantry) .'....". 33 

Bray, William 49 

Bravton, Charles R 243 

i barles A 272 

Breman, Samuel B 227 

Brennan, C 241 

Brennan, George 894 

Brennan, John, tl2tb Conn, infantry) 279 

Brennan, John, (12th Conn, infantry) 279 

Brennan, John H 1 93 

Thomas H 57 

Brevster, John II 266 

Brewer, George J 5 

Brewer, Pliney 295 

Charles C 275 

Brewster, Charles H 161 

Brewster, Ethan A. P 183 

Brewster. H. B 223 

Brewster, John W 72 

Brewster, Oliver E 212 

Briekett. George E., (3d Me. infantry) 15 

Brickett, George E., (21st Me. infantry) 47 



26 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Bridgeman, Geovge W 99 

Bridges, C.K 5 

Bridges. Xel>on 6 

Bridgman, Edward 209 

Bridgman, Eliot 199 

Bridgman, Jabez D 119 

Bridgman, Malcolm 226 

Bridges, Benjamin A 169 

Briggs, Charles E 185 

Briggs, Charles H., (40th Mass. inf.) 212 

Briggs, Charles H., (1st Conn, cav.) 296 

Briggs, Gmdon N 112 

Briggs, Henry S 161 

Briggs. Henry W 152 

Briggs, James P 84, 84 

Briggs. James W 216 

Briggs. Joseph B 141 

Briggs, Oliver F 175 

Briggs, Richard A 256 

Briggs, Richard P., (2d Mass. art.) 133 

Briggs, Richard P., (30th Mass. inf.) 

Briggs, Thomas B 243 

Briggs, Uriah W 41 

Briggs. William H 16 

Briggs, William II. H 191 

i >. William S 

Bi igham, A lfred W 1.134 

Brigham, Charles 260 

Brigharu, Elliott T 

Brigham, Ephraim II 211 

Brigham. Ge rge N 

Brigham, John L 121 

Brigham, Sidney S 101 

Brines, Charles 1' 

Brinsmade, Frank D 

1, George V 199 

Bristol, Henry 

Bristol, JohnH 

Broatch, John C 

Brock. Alvaa D 58 

Brock. Thomas A : 115 

Brockaway, Hugh B 

Bromh v. Isaac II 

Bromley, Joseph B 

Bronikil. William R 

Branson, David 219 

Branson, Ira T 

Branson, Isaac R 

Bronx, ii, John T 271 

Branson, McKendree W 

Branson, Nelson 271 

Brooker, A. F 

Brookings. Elias. jr 58 

Bn loks, Alfred O : 196 

AraC 24 

Brooks, Charles A 27 

Brooks, Charles B 296 

Brooks, Frederick U 905 

Brooks, J. Kidder 2 

Brooks, James B 103 

James P 76 

Brooks, John, jr 179 

Brooks, Joseph C 112 

Brooks, Lorenao D 109 

Brooks, Nathaniel G 119 

William C 33 

Brooks. William E 39 

Brotherton, Joseph C 127 

Broughtou, William II 39 

Brown, Addison, jr., (4th H. inf.) 103 

Brown, Addison, jr., (5th Vt.iui.) 105 



Brown, Alfred G- - . - 31 

Bn .wn. Alonzo A 25 

Brown, Andrew C 116 

Brown, Arnold D 242 

Brown, Benjamin P 38 

Brown, Benjamin H 227 

Brown, Beriah S 250 

Brown. Calvin 78 

Brown, Calvin S 13 

Brown. Charles A 247 

Brown, Charles II 297 

Brown. Charles J 76 

Brown, Charles L 73 

Brown. Charles O., (9th Me. iDf.) 27 

.Brown, Charles O., (31st Me. inf.) 58 

Brown. Charles P 284 

Brown, Charles T 250 

Brown. David F 171 

Brown. David L 166 

Bn .wn. David B 

Brown, Delos D 29| 

Brown. Dennison L 290 

Brown, E. A 227 

Brown. Edmund 75 

Brown, Edward M., (5th Vt. inf.) 105 

Brown, Edward M., (8th Vt. inf.) 110 

Brown, Edward P., (4th R. I. inf.) 259 

Brown, Edward P., (7:h ft /.inf.) 253 

Brown, Elias S 258 

Brown, Ezra II 110 

B:"wn. Francis F 222 

Brown. Francis T 277 

Brown, Frederick L 243 

Blown, Frederick T . 216 

Brown. Gi urge 109 

Brown. George E., (5th Me. inf.) 19 

Brown, George E., (22d Me. inf.) 48 

Blown. Georgt P., (3d Vt. inf.) 101 

Brown, Get rge P., (1st Mass. h. art.) 129 

Brown, George P., (16th Mass. inf.) 169 

Brown, George H 276 

Brown, George I., (2d Me. inf.) 14 

Brown, George I.. (31st Me. inf.) 58 

Brown, George II 1 

Brown, George W., (2d Me. inf.) 14 

Brown. George W., (9th Me. inf.) 27 

Brown, George W., (15th Mass, inf.) 167 

Gordon S 197 

Brown, Harlan P 24 

Brown, Henry, (8th Me. inf.) 25 

Brown. Henry. (26th Mass. inf.) 189 

Brown, Henry A 161 

Brown, HenryS., (lfith A 7 . H. inf.) 91 

Brown, Henry *., (6th Conn, inf.) 267 

Brown, Henry W 199 

Brown, Horace 14 

Brown, Llorace E 118 

Brown, J. ►Stewart 

Brown, James 202 

Brown, James F 

II 26 

Brown, Janus ^ 42 

Brown. Jeremiafli 

John B \69 

Brown, John M.. (20th Me. inf.) 46 

Brown, John M. r (32d Me. in£) 60 

Brown. John M., (25th CJOftK. inf.) 

Brown, John N 

Brown, Joseph M 123 

Brown. Josiah 1 38 

Brown, Josiah S 12 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Brown, Leveret 221 I 

Brown, Marshall L 77 

Brow , 101 

Brown. Mums W., (6th Me. inf.) 21 

Brow (20th Me. inf.) 45 

Brow I L. (let iV. //. car.) 

Brown, Nathaniel H., (4th N. H. inf.) 72 

Brown. Nathaniel W "-'44 

i. Orlando 17 I, 

Brown. Orlando L 



Baxter 

kfos*. inf.) 150 

. (30th Mass. inf.) 197 

Brown. Robert T 

Brown. Samuel 

Bmv. 

Brown, Saniael S SO 

Brown, Seba 8 k 

Brow : * 

Brow,-. 8t«] ben P., (13th Vt. inf.) 11(5 

in P., (17th VL inf.) ISO 

Brown, Stephen II 290 

Brown, Sylveater L 13 

r. Fred -47 

31 

247 

Brown. Thomaa G MM 

W. II 103 

W. I 902 

Brown, Warren E. F 78 

William 33 

Brown, William P SB 

Brown. Willi. .m H., (12th Me. inf.) 34 

William II.. (39th Ma**, inf.)... 
Brown, William II., (6Ut Afoa*. Inf.) 233 

William II., (latCbna. h. art.) . 

Brown. William J 

Brown. William M 191 

Brown. William O 

Brown. William 8 47 

Brown, William W 78 

Browne, A. P • SIS 

Browne, Charles D 195 

Browne {•■ orge II 

Brownell, Dexter L -jr>:j 

112 

Brownell, Horace W 108 

Brownell, Thomas S 853 

Brownell. William II. B ■ 126 

Browning, Beriah G 25(3 

Browning. George F 150 

Brownson, II 113 

Brownaon, Leonard J 106 

Bruce. Frank 149 

Bruce, George A 8b' 

Harvi v N 119 

Bruce. John N '.87 

Brace, Martin L 110 

Braeker, P 243 

Brand, Harmy 285 

Brush, Charlea H -.94 

Brush, Edwin 11 100 

Timothy M 105 

Bryant, Albert H 206 

Bryant. E. H 28 

Bryant, Frederick 8 53 

Bryant. George A. P 38 

Bryant, H. D 33 

Bryant. Henry 178 

Bryant, James W S12 



Bryant, John E *25 

Bryant, John S 71 

Bryant, Perley B 79 

Bryant, Seth EL, (27th Me. inf.) 53 

Soth E., (32d Me. inf.) 60 

Bryant, William II >7 

Buck, Addison P 21 

Buck,- Alfred E £ 

Buck. Benjamin J 21 

Buck. Brno, i E 

Buck. David B 293 

Buck. Erasing 109 

Buck. F. Clarence 290 

jr 99 

Buck. Thomaa E 259 

Buck. William 21. 

Buck. William S 212 

Buckhee. Charles J 

Buckingham, Alexander II 

in. John W 

Buckingham, Philo B 

Buckley, Dennis Ill 

Buckley, Florence 193 

Buckley, John M 107 

Buckley. William W 2 17 

Bncklin, George , 

Bueklin, James T. P 252 

Bncklin, Stephen li 

Bucklyn. John K 248 

Buckmau, Alvin V 51 

Bnekman, John II 75 

Bucknam, A Ivan F 

Bueknam, Hamlin T 19 

Bucknam, Samuel E 4:i 

ton, John W 8S6 

\. P 5 

:n 

Budlong, John C 

Bn. P. Frederick W. H 

muel T 1'9 

Buffuui. Amos. (25th Man. Inf.) L87 

Buffum, Amos, (36th Mass. inf.) 207 

BulTuni. Daniel £0 

Martin P , 252 

Bugbee i '1 

Samuel II 173 

B 8 ri «M .'...87 

1 1 r 11 

Buikerlev. Charles 261 

Bulklev, Edward 

Bulklev. William S 279 

Bull, E. Lewis 270 

Billiard, Albert F 210 

Bullard. Edgar X 1( 9 

Ballard, Frederick 107 

Bullard, GatesB 118 

Bullen. George 38 

Bullen, Joseph D ."4 

Bullock. Jesse D 156, J5G 

Bullock, Preserved 127 

Bullock. William II. . . 250 

Bullock, William W 197 

Bump, Austin S ~5 

Bumpers. Edgar L 209 

Bumpus. Cephas C, (3d Maes. h. art.) 131 

Bumpus, Cephas G, (32d Mass. inf.) 200 

Bumpus. Everett C 134 

Bumatead, Nathaniel W 217 

Bunce, II. Clinton 260 

Bunce, James R - 

Bunce. William G 2.-8 



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ISDEX OF NAMES. 



Bium v, Lorrin E 9 

Banker, David T 125 

Bunker, Dumoat (il 

Bunker, Peter 31 

Buutiu. William E 87 

Buutou, Svlvanus, (3d 2V. H. inf.) (18 

Bunton, Sylvanus, (7th N.H. inf.) 79 

Bunton, W illiam 3 

Burbank, Augustus J 1 

Burb, ink. David E 90 

Burbank, Eli>-ha 165 

Burbank, Horace H 53, 60 

Burbank, James B 

Burbank, Roland S 

Burbank, Walter H 

Burbank, William B 120 

Bui bank, William H 231 

Burbeck, Jolm 

Burbeek, John P 

Burchard, Henry A 242 

Bard, Charles H 17 

Burdick, Albert C 

Burdiek. Albert X 

Burdick, Arthur F 1 OS 

Burdiek. Norman 

Burdick, Theodore 

Burdict, Oren C 

Burdon, Levi L 

Burgess, Albert W 

arles W 197 

BurgesH, Gershom P 43 

iville C 8 

i baniel 196 

hard J 239 

jg, William B 

:iliamC 

Bnrgin, William E 17 

Burke. James 8 2d 

Burke. Joseph W 9 

Burke. Martin 

Burke, Oliver 

Burke, Thomas F 

Burleigh, Cecal A 

Burleigh, David O 73 

fcttrleson, George \V 107 

Barley, Alvin L 

Burliugame, Edwin II 

Burlingame, Sylvester C 112 

Bnrliugham, Henry Q i23 

Burnell. George \Y 114 

Burnett, Survington S 221 

Barney, Alfred J. 

Burnham, Alfred V 

Burnhain. Charles E 7') 

Burnham, Charles S 

Burnhain. Deniaon L 118 

Burnham. Frank C 21 

Burnham. Franklin J 32 

Burnham. George 

Buruham. George 8 

Burnham. George W 21 

Burnham, Hiram 21 

Burnham. John H 

Burnham. Joseph II Ji»7 

Burnham, Oramua W 

Burnham. < >tho \V 41 

Burnham, 8. E., (1st Me. heavy art.) 5 

Burnham, S. E., (oth 17. inf.).*. 105 

Burnham, Samuel O 

Burnham, Simon A 134 

Burnham, Sumner W 42 



Burnham, Walter, (6th Mass. inf.) '. 

Burnham, Walter, (2d Conn. h. art.) 

j! Burnham. William T 

Burns. G. J 17 

Burns, George H 1] 9 

Burns, James A 

Burns, James G 66 

I Burns, Michael, (17th Mats, inf.) 171 

Burns, Michael, i32d Ma**, inf.) 

Burns, Walter 265 

Burns. William H 195 

Burn-ide, Robert H 271 

Burpee, Cyrus 8 80 

Burpee, Edgar A 43 

Burpee, Henry L 271 

Burpee, Pierson T. . K 

Burpee, Thomas F 

Burr. Charles F _..60 

Jiurr. George 187 

•iurr, Henry W 

Burr, Henry P 

Burrage, Henry S 

Burrage, Joseph P 

Bunvll. Charles B 214 

Barn 11. David B 165 

Barrell, Isaac 8 214 

Burrell, John P , 214 

Barrell, Mai tin. jr ^14 

Burrili. George C 

Burriil, Loring 200 

Barriir, Oliver 205 

Burritt. William 

Burroughs, George W 134 

Burroughs. John E 243 

Burrows, Hunt W 

Burrows. William C 50 

Burt. Edmund C, (1st IL I. cav.) 

Burt, Edmund C, (3d R. I. cav.) 242 

Burt, Edwin 16 

Burt, Francis E 275 

Burt, Frederick A 250 

Burt, John B 156 

Burt, Joseph, jr 220 

Burt, Mason W lcl 

Burt, Robert 

Burt, Thomas 199 

Burton, Albert G 

Burton. Charles 869 

Burton, George S 244 

Burton, Gideon H 103 

Burton. John H 

>mb, George 225 

Bush, Andrew L 209 

Bush, Daniel 255 

Bu>h. F., jr 216 

Bu>h. George 11 166 

Bush, Richard J 191 

Buihee, Andrew T 

Buehnell, Edwin W 

Bushnell, II. X 107 

Edward 1) 

iha G 168 

Benjamin B., jr 44 

Bagwell, Charles H 33 

Buawell, Daniel C 89 

Buswell, James C 129 

Busjv.ll. Lucius A 66 

Butler. Edward S., (10th Aft inf.) 29 

Butler, Edward 8., (29th Me. inf.) 

Butler, E jrbert J 

Butler, l'lauds W 75 



IXDEX OF NAMES. 



29 



Butler, C.eorge F 129 

Butler, II. >race If 122 

.1 ,1m, (1st Mc. inf.) 10 

Me. inf.) .' 45 

211 

Joseph G 24 

Lafayette 203 

Butler. Leoi ard 32 

Butler, WUlki II 27 

t A 801 

Butterfield, Frank G 107 

Butterfield, Fred. D 110 

Butterfr Ul. J. Ware 85 

Butterfield, James 965 

Butterfield, Wflbee J 70 

Butters, J< hn W 163 

Buttler, George A 220 

Button, Eugene J 71 

Buttrieh. Humphrey II 232 

Buttriek. Humphrey H 

Edward P 256 

Buxton, Benjamin F 1!) 

Buxton, Charles 85 

Buxton, Seth S 130 

Andrew J. L 71 

Buzz* 11, Jonathan L 5 

Buzzell, Lewis H P6 

d 194 

996 

F 178 

• :dward C 216 

i . uis, (2d Mam. eav.) 123 

Louis, (4th Mass. cav.) : 127 

Stephen 138 

Cadwell, William II 398 

arles E 156 

Cady, Frank A 199 

'Cady, George L 155 

ortwell 277 

Cady, Hopkins B 255 

Cady, William H 90 

Cahill, Janus 273 

Cahill. Thomas W 273 

Cahoone, Calvin G 252 

Cain, Charles To" 

Califf. George W 163 

Cullender, Charles 220 

Calder, James B 205 

Caldwell. Henry 8 989 

.. JohnA 127 

CaldwelL, John C 39 

Caldwell, Lewie P 131 

Caldwell, Pal rick H 99 

Calhoun. William A 209 

Callaghan. John E 38 

Calh-v. Charles II 30 

Came. John II 53 

Cameron, William A 103 

Camp, Bushrod II 262 

Camp, Charles H 80 

Camp. Frederick E 293 

Camp, Henry W 276 

Camo, Samuel 192 

Campbell, Albert T 275 

Campbell, Andrew 219 

Campbell, Archibald 289 

Campbell. Charles A 212 

Campbell. Frederick U 277 

Campbell, George S 187 

Campbell, Henry C 99 

Campbell, Hiram M 50 



Campbell, Isaac C 22 

Campbell. John B 189 

Campbell, John F 196 

Campbell, John ftf 145 

Campbell. Lewis W 31 

Campbell, Michael 193 

Campbell. Oliver C 112 

Campbell, Robert 64 

Campbell, Robert P.. 31 

Campbell, Sylvester 90 

Campbell. Thomas B 43 

Campbell, William 25 

Campbell. William A 98 

Candee, Franklin J 963 

Candler, William L. 149 

Oanfield, Anthony R 271 

Canfield/Charles T 207 

Oanfield, David E 283. 

Cairn, Lewis 171 

Canning. Charles C 99 

Cannon, John S 264 

Capeland, Hiram W [65 

Capelli, Jonas F 169 

Capes, George W 38 

I !• nry 177 

Robert 8 128 

W 25 

Capron. Adin B 250 

Capron, ' uther. jr 225 

Capron. WillisC 65, 239 

Candier. Andrew I' 193 

Samuel P 85 

1 

Carey, John 159 

pb S 166 

oel B 166 

.. William II 166 

. William W 1 07 

U, John I) 100 

!. Thomas M 141 

A 72 

ton, Charles If 288 

ton, Edward 213 

v, Edward K 

• I-, Jason 17 

ton, Alfred L 99 

• n. Charles H 103 

Carlton, John 193 

Carlton, Pvalph 71 

Carlton. Thomas J 76 

enter, Beneni 256 

■nter, Charles A 195 

nter, Charles O 

Carpenter, Cheater W 109 

Carpenter, Cornelius N 118 

nter, Edward E 243 

Carpenter, Ezra D 288- 

Carpenter. Franklin R 1 11 

Carpenter, George 244 

Carpenter. George N.. (jPth Vt. inf.) 110 

Carpenter, George X.. (9th Vt. inf.) 112 

Carpenter, Henry 110 

Carpenter. Joseph W. D 104 

Carpenter, Josiah. B 120 

Carpenter, Marshall A 118 

Carpenter, Samuel W 283 

Carpenter, Walter B 100, 112 

Carr, Benjamin F 7 

Carr. Carlos W 103 

Carr, Edgar L. , (91fit Mass. inf.) 179 

Carr, Edgar L., (29th & 35th Mom. inf.). .196, 206 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Carr. Ezra B 17 

Carr, George W 251 

Carr, James R 66 

Carr, Jair.es W 68 

Carr, Josiah, (25th Me. inf.) . . .51 

Carr, Josiah, (30th Me. int.) 57 

Carr, Newell O 80 

Carr, Samuel M 84 

Carr, Thomas B 253 

Carr, Thomas H 251 

Carr. William H 38 

Carr. William V 250 

Carriqne, Thomas II 244 

Carroll, Charles 131 

Carroll, Charles W 174 

Carroll, Daniel 273 

Carroll, Edward J ! 293 

Cirroll, Erastus B 150 

Carroll, Howard 131 

Carroll, John 273 

Carroll, William 273 

Curruth, Prank W 149 

Carruth, Sumner 149, 205 

Carruth. William W 142 

Carruthers. Robert 185 

Carsley, William W 156 

Carson. John P 1 

Car. well, John P 51 

Carter, Andrew O 130 

Garter, Buel C 86 

Carter, C. Pembroke , 36 

Carter, Edward W 103 

( 'inter. Edwin E 265 

Carter, George T 68 

Carter, Horatio II 17 

Carter, John H 127 

Carter, Justin 114 

Carter. Solon A 87 

Cartwright, Edmund G. W 134 

Cartwright, George W 193 

Cartwright, James W 228 

Carutlu rs, James O 193 

Caruthers, William 288 

Car\» r. Lafayette 44 

Carver, Lorenzo D 17 

Carver. Robert 157 

Carville. Gordon G 36 

Cary, Richard 151 

Cary. Theodore 21 

Case, A lonzo G 265 

\nclj 285 

Case, Lrvin T 82 

Lav. I sauc W 48 

(';.,' ■. J imea II 127 

Case, Jerome B 99 

('a ey, Henry 14 

I une's II 261 

Casey, William B 289 

Thomas D : 260 

( isa E i ward II 23 

onathan 212 

Cass. Thomas 159 

rge 277 

Cast. llo. George B 253 

Cast] ), llarvev S 94 

Caawell, Adin W 191 

Caswell. John 125 

Caswt 11, John M 83 

( laewi 11, Samuel S 91 

('ate, Moses F 91 

Gate, Omar W 76 



Cate, Virgil II. 78 

Cates, Thomas S 23 

Caut'y, Edward 189 

Cave, Thomas P 

Center, Addisou 183 

Chace, Nathaniel R 217 

Chace, William S 257 

Chadbotim, Joseph E 

Chadboum, George 215 

Chadbourne, Paul 1 

Chadwell, George H., (12th Me. inf.) 33 

Chadwell. George II., (32d Me. inf.) 60 

Chadwick, Edwin S 115 

Chadwiek, Jere. E 68 

Chadwick, John C 175 

Chaffee, Henry B 

Chaffee, Samuel J. . . , 223 

Chaffee, Sanford E 289 

Chaffin, William H 87 

Challis, Timothy W 72 

Chalmers, James C. -.'. 209 

Chamberlain, Abial G 149 

Chamberlain, Cyrus N 161 

Chamberlain, Henry B 205 

Chamberlain. John 1". E 134 

Chamberlain, Joshua L 46 

Chamberlain, Samuel D 285 

Chamberlain, Samuel II 103 

Chamberlain, Thomas 1) 45 

Chamberlain, Val ratine B 269 

Chamberlain, William D 195 

Chamb.rlin, Charles P 101 

Chamberlin, Edwin M 145 

Chamberlin, George C 112 

Chamberlin, George E . 95 

Chamberlin, Henry II 21 

Chamberlin, Perry D 166 

Chamberlin, Preston S 115' 

Chamberlin, R. W 1 15 

Chamberlin, Robert B 179 

Chamberlin, Bus-ell T 103 

rlin, Samuel E 121 

Chamberlin, W. II 67 

Chambers, John (J- 184 

Chainley, William 260 

Champlain. William A 255 

Champlin, Daniel 295 

Champney, Jonas E 

Chandler. 299 

Chandler. Alexander B 92 

Chandler, Charles G., (5th Vt. inf.) 105 

Chandler, Charles G., (10th Vt. inf.) 114 

Chandler. Charles 11 21 

Chandler, Chas. L., (1st A: 34th Mass. inf.). 149, 203 

Chandler. Charles L., (57th Mess, int.) 229 

Chandler Iu7 

Chandler, Charles P 149 

Chandler, Daniel J., (1st Me.h. art'y) 6 

Chandler, Daniel J.. (17th Me. inf.). 42 

Chandler, Edward A.. (3d Vt. inf.) 101 

Chandler, Edward A.. (1st Mass. h. art.) 130 

Chandler, Edward A., (batt. L, It. 1. 1. art.). ..218 

Chandler, Frederick 

Chandler, George A 19 

Chandler, George H 82 

Chandler, James O 66 

Chandler. Jason C 3 

Chandler. Nathaniel L 87 

Chandlev, George B 

Channel"!, Alfred M., (17th Mass. inf.) 171 

Channell, Alfred M. , (7th R. I. inf. ) 254 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



31 



Channing, John W 23 

( lelius A 108 

< k b i-~y 

C : rick A 133 

C i I owa« d C 103 

Chapin, JosiahL lf'3 

( ip E., ('2d Conn, h.art'y) 262 

( Philip E., (15th Conn, int.) 284 

( Samuel 146 

I Daniel 6, 14 

i Lolphua J 36 

n. C. Henry 211 

( a, Charles H 245 

I I ; urence L 72 

Chapman, Prank M 296 

i in, George D 265 

Chapman, Jediah, jr 296 

Chapman, Justin H 26fl 

Chapman, WiiliainA 118 

Chapman, William 11 189 

Chapman, Wilniot H 40 

Chappel, Hiram F 279 

Chappell, Matthew X 256 

.;. WinfieldS 253 

Charl< s. Asa G 42 

Charnley, William 269 

i \;'.r..n II , 27 

Ubert A 194 

Uden D 17 

B snjamin A .' 18 

I aarlesC, (1st Mc cav.). 1 

Chase, Charles C, (25th Mc. inf.) 51 

Chase, ( Iharles E 136 

I barlea W., (10th N.H.mi.) 85 

Chase, Charles W., (1st Pi. cav.) 93 

i harlesW., (40th Mass. inf.) 212 

tine 134 

Chase, David M 161 

Chase, Edward E 239 

Chase, Enoch 15 92 

Prank A 252 

Frederick 217 

I 'reeman H 33 

• ■ orge M 78 

Chase, < teorge P 177 

I ; eorge W 83 

I [eman, jr 231 

Chase, Henry R 94 

Chase, .lames A 54 

Chase, James E 247 

l ames J., (32d Me. inf.) 60 

Chase, James J., (Me. coast guard batt.) 61 

Chase, James M 78 

Chase, John W 97 

Chas >, Joseph H 169 

' >seph S 25 

Chase, Joseph T 53 

Chase, Josiah, jr 13 

I. wis 36 

. ! artin V. B . . . t 47 

Chase, ( hen G 94 

Ciiase, l>hilip E 99 

Philip H 248 

S plicuF 16 

Chase, Washington J 27 

Chase. William 127 

Chase, William D 36 

Chase, William H 252 

Chatfiold, H. Whitney 287 

1, John L 267 

Cbattuw^y. Samuel \V. M 293 



Chauncey, Chauncey R 203 

Chedal, Joseph A., jr 240 

Cheever, Heury A * 171 

Cheever, John T. S 953 

Cheever, Tracy P 205 

Cheney, David P . . : 82 

Cheney, E. Dexter 230 

Cheney, Edward M 202 

Cheney, Edward S 256 

Cheney, Frank W 285 

Cheney, George H 36 

Cheney. Nathan C .110 

Cheney, Perky C. J 92 

Cheney, Person C 86 

Cheney, Thomas P "76 

Cheny, William II 105 

Cheslcy, Benj. P., (17th Mas*, inf.) 171 

Chebley, Benj. P., (57th&59thiVass. inf.) . .229, 232 

77 

David B 33 33 

('Lesley, Nathan 85 

Chessmore, Alwyn II It 5 

Chickering, Thomas E 125 

Chickering, William 127 

Child, A ndrcw J 117 

Child. Charles 15 110 

Child, George W 295 

Child, Willard A 103,114 

Childs, Alfred S 839 

Childs, Benjamin II 219 

Childs, Darius G HO 

Childs, James C 134 

Childs, James N 39 

Childs, Lewis 110 

Childs. Thomas 58, 60 

William 75 

Chilton, Alexander W 114 

Chinery, Alfrefl A 265 

Chipman, Andrew A. 130 

Chipman, Charles 195 

Chipman, E. 15 290 

Chipman, Edwin N 

V 902 

Chipman, James L. ",'1 1 

Chipman, John II 232 

Chipman, George L 207 

Chisholm, T. Melville 82 

Chittenden, Charles A 860 

Chilly, Henry E 

Choat, Ruins 150 

Choate, William I) 183 

Chublmck, David T 175 

Chubbuck, Francis E. R 199 

Church, Andrew J 15 

Church, George G 254, 255 

Church, Hiram - 23 

Church. Isaac M., (2d /?. 7. inf.) 250 

Church, Isaac M., (4th It. J. inf.) 252 

Church, John H 153 

Church, Joseph 232 

Church, Martin L 261 

Churchill, Charles }].. (3d Mass. inf.) 152 

Churchill, Charles E., (58th Mass. inf.) 231 

Churchill, David B 244 

Churchill, Henry 86 

Churchill, Joseph M 217 

Chute, Richard H 232 

Cilley, Daniel P 80 

Cilley, Ezra D 66 

Cilley, John K 84 

Cilley, John S 65 



32 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Cilley, Jonathan P 1 

Claffee, Thcunas 176 

Claffer. Patrick T* 274 

Clafford, Joseph C 214 

Clafliu, Hollis O 120 

Claflin, William W 1 66 

Claiborne. James W 197 

Clancev, JohnT 287 

Clanet -v. Richard A 273 

Clapp, *Channing 121 

Clapp. Charles 294 

Clapp, James H 200 

Clapp. John B 285 

Clapp, Lewis 226 

Clapp. Peleg F 132 

Clapp. Thomas \Y 16] 

Clapp, 'William. (11th Conn. Inf.) 277 

Clapp, William, (21st Conn, inf.) 290 

Clapp, William R 181, 200 

Clark, Aaron A 90 

Clark, Alander W 1 17 

Clark, Albert 116 

Clark, Albeit B 244 

Clark, Albert S 31 

Clark, Albeit W 205 

Clark. Almon 92, 1 1 4 

Clark, A mzi P 263 

Clark. Andrew E 52 

Clark, Archibald 31, 

Clark, Arthur E 264 

Clark, Athertou W 45 

(.lark. Charles. (7th TV. inf.) 109 

Clark. Charles, (61st Mans, inf.) 233 

Clark. Charles A 21 

Clark. Charles II 289 

Clark. Charles L 76 

Clark, Charles W 94 

Clark, Chester 165 

Clark, Cyrus C 261, 282 

Clark. Daniel C 20 

Clark. David 8 229, 232 

Clark. Dayton P 99 

Clark. Duett C 126 

Clark, Dyer A 890 

Clark, Edward 68 

Clark, Edward L 165 

Clark. Edward W 

Clark, Edwin C, (27th Mass. Inf.) * .192 

Clark. Edwin C. (52d Mass. inf.) 226 

Clark, Edwin L 36 

Clark, Edwin R 197 

Clark, Elisha P 199 

Clark. Ellery C 80 

Clark. Erastus L 1 65 

Clark, Ethan B 239 

Clark. Euscbius S 190 

( lark, Ezra 8 

Clark, Francis G 119 

Clark. Frank A 5 

Clark. George 291 

Clark, George, jr 163 

Clark. George W 223 

Clark. Hiram E. W 123 

Clark, Horace L 133 

Clark. Jaim iH 243 

Clark, James W., (1st Me. h. ait.) 6 

Clark, James W.. (52d Afass. inf.) 226 

C lark. John 129 

Clark. John S.. (8th Vt. Inf.) 110 

Clark. John S.. (1st Mass. inf.) 149 

Clark, John W., (6th Vt. inf.) 107 



Clark, John W., (1st Conn, cav.) 253 

Clark, Jonah F 

Clark, Joseph 76 

Clark. Joseph A 38 

Clark. Joseph H 129 

Clark. Joseph L 43 

Clark. Joshua P 252 

dark. Lawrence D 1]6 

Clark, Leach 

Clark. Linus E 233 

Clark. Lucius W 280 

Clark. Luther A 226 

Clark. Oliver M 78 

Clark, Randolph M 121 

Clark. Rob. rt F 185 

Clark, Rome R 

Clark, Rufus F 70 

Clark. Samuel W 3 

Clark, Sidney E 279 

Clark. Solomon 155 

Clark, T. Cordis -J 1 1 

Clark, Theodore -J79 

Clark, Thomas 31 

Clark, Thomas R -..107 

Clark, W. S 5 

Clark, Waldo J 93 

Clark, Willard 187 

Clark, William C 5 

Clark, William E 255 

Clark. William F., jr 198 

Clark, William IE, ,4th Me. inf.) 17 

Clark, William BL, (19th Mass. inf.) 175 

Clark. William H., (21st Mass. inf.) 180 

Clark. William L 166 

Clark, William 8 179 

Clarke, Aaron W 251 

Clarke, Asaph 112 

Clarke. Charles H 247 

Clarke, Oeorge M 119 

Clarke. George W 172 

Clarke. Jed. P 92 

Clarke. John L 256 

Clarke, Jonas B 183 

Clarke. Jo>eph B 84 

Clarke, Otis F. ( 1 250 

Clarke. Samuel W 47 

Clarke, Stephen A '. ..9J 

Clarke, Thomas W 195 

Clarke, William A 163 

Clary, George 280 

Clay, Hosea C 77 

Clayton. Charles W 38 

G eavcland, James, jr 3 

23d Me. inf.) 49 

Henry B., (30th Me. inf.) 57 

I 1 33 

Clement, Oscar H 148 

Clement, Thomas R 83 

Clements, Mosea W 130 

Clements, Nicholas S A 52 

Clemments, William 43 

Clendenin, George, jr 251 

Cleveland, Chester D 

Cleveland, Edmund F 112 

Cleveland, James P., jr 115 

Clifford, Edwin T 28 

Clifford. John H 10 

Clifford, Joseph C 66 

Clifford, Joseph E 79 

Clift. Amos, jr 

Clinton, James B 264 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



33 



Clinton, John H 274 

Cloney, William R 181 

Clopp, E'dridge, jr 70 

Oiose, Isaac O -75 

Cloudman, A. C. C 38 

Clondmun, John W 1 

Cloagfa, Andrew J J37 

Clough, Augustine W 38 

Clough, Daniel M 119 

Clough, Edgar 186 

Clough. Joseph M., (4th A*. //. inf.) 72 

Clough, Joseph M., (18th N. H. inf.) 91 

Cloutman. Alvah 185 

Cloves, Lothrop J 115 

Coau, Abbott :J4 

(dan. Alonzo 38 

Coan, Charles R 284 

Coan. Widiam II 11,22 

Coaa, Thomas 

rohu R 38 

Thomas C 273 

Cobb. Albion 17 

Cobb, Charles K 200 

Cobb. Fred. W * 88 

Cobb, .lames A 78 

Cobb, John C, (4th Me. inf.) 17 

Cobb, John C, (15th Mc. inf.) 38 

Cobb, John D 205 

Cobb, William L 

Cobb, William S 152 

1 8 HI 

Cobliegh, William 87 

Coburn, Augustus A 200 

Coburn, Charles II 155 

Coburn, George B 55 

Coburn, Hiram S 214 

Coburn, James II 2^6 

Coburn. Jefferson L 1 

Coburn, John A 78 

Coburn, John II 101 

Coburn, JoalahW 224 

Coburn, Lewis L 116 

Coburn, William C 173 

Cochran, Frederick 229, 232 

Cochran, Walter W 101 

Cochrane, Frederick 294 

Cochrane, Granville P 11,23 

Cochrane, William F 194 

Cochrane. Widiam II. D 83 

Codman. Charles U 217 

award F 168 

Codv, Richard 83 

Cody, Walter 70 

Coe, Charles W 279 

Coe, Daniel S 269 

Coe, Edwin J 230 

Coe. Isaac H 137 

Coe. James N SM 

Coftin. Francis II ». 57 

Coffin, Francis 8 57 

Coffin. Frederick J '. 158 

Coffin. Harvey M 52 

Coffin, Haskell P 66 

Coffin, Herbert G 228 

Coffin, Jared 216 

Coffin, Josiah N 27 

Coffin, Lucius M 58 

Coffin, Mathevr B 8 

Coffin, Nathaniel J 86 

Coffin, Samuel C21 

Coffin, Voramus L 58 

'42 a 



Coffing, John C 276 

Cogan, John 273 

Coggeshall, Oliver P 242 

Coggswell, George B 195 

Coggswell. William 150 

Coggswell. William H 263 

Cogswell. John D 214 

Cogswell, Leander W 84 

Cogswell, Thomas, jr 88 

Cogswell. William 224 

Cogswell. William S., (22d Mass. iuf.) 181 

Cogswell. William S., (5th Conn, inf.) 265 

Cohn. Abraham 76 

Coiming. Leander M 2 

Coit, Charles M 271 

Coit, George M 275 

Coit, James B 282 

Colbatl - 27 

Colbath, ( toorge W 66 

Colbath, Miles 3 

Colburn. Amos L , 72 

Colburn, Artemus B 87 

Colburn. Charles 163 

Colburn, Daniel L. C 106 

Colburn, Elbridge 258 

Colburn. Henry N 97 

Colburn, Joseph 166, 232 

Colburn, Ledyard 279 

Colburn. Martin L 90 

Colby, Abiel W 69 

Colby, EbenT 153 

Colby, Alphonzo G 80 

Colby, Ernest C 114 

Colby, George W 2 

Colby, John A 91 

Colby, Joseph 33 

Colby, Joseph E 60 

Colby. Bamnel A 5 

Colby, Stephen P 88 

Colby, William K 212 

Colby, William P 171 

Colcord, William H 68 

Cole, Andrew 273 

Cole, Charles C 41 

ntel <i 72 

I )avid F 115 

Cole, Eugene O., (2d Vt.iuf.) 99 

Cole, Eugene O., (5th Vt. iuf.) 105 

Cole, Horace S 2 

Cole, Luther, jr 256 

Cole, NathauM W 31 

Colegate, William A 154 

Colehan, Joseph D 209 

Coleman. Francis M 135 

Coleman, H. N 225 

Coleman, Lindley M 44 

Coleman. Nathaniel B 42 

Coleman, William P 2 

Colesworthy, Daniel C, jr 215 

Coley, James 258 

Collamore, John H 135 

Collamore, Theodore 155 

Collingwood, John B 196 

Collingwood, Joseph W 174 

Collins, Edward 156 

Collins, George 34 

Collins, Hartwell L 101 

Collins, Isaac N 109 

Collins, James C 14 

Collins, Moses N 84 

Collins, MoseB W., (3d R. I. cav.) 242 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Collins, Moses W. , (2d R. I. inf.) 250 

Collins, Nathan K 205 

Collins, Robert 133 

Collins, William ' 75 

Collins, William C 52 

Collins, William D 92 

Collins, Winfield S 2 

Colman, Perry 211 

Colson, James M 15 

Colt, Thomas G 209 

Colton, EdwardS., (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Colton, Edward 8., (4th Mass. h. art.) 1 36 

Colton, Joseph 267 

Colvin, Alonzo N 117 

Colwell, Augustus W 243 

Colwell, Samuel G 246 

Combs, Amos D 76 

Comery, Isaac W 47 

Comey, Henry N 150 

Comings, Benjamin N 280 

Comings, David L. M 73 

Commerford, John A 125 

Comsett, Moses W 220 

Comstock, Appollos 280 

Comstock, Franklin B 293 

Comstock, James E 282 

Comstock, Joseph J., jr 243 

Comstock, Merritt A 295 

Comstock, Olney A 106 

Conant, Charles H., (4th Me. inf.) 17 

Conant, Charles H., (Me. coast guard batt.) 61 

Conant, Charles O 181 

Conant, Cardinal H 199 

Conant, John 25 

Conant, Joseph R 17 

Conant, Marcus, ^r 134 

Conant. Oliver J., (4th Me. inf.) 17 

Conant, Oliver J., (Me. coast guard batt.) 61 

Conant, Thomas 195 

Conavan, Patrick 128 

Condict, Henry F 66 

Condon, John P 175 

Cone, William II 285 

Coners, William A 283 

Coney, George B 33 

Coney, George R 11 

Coney, John S 224 

Conger, George P 92 

Conklin, Augustus H 293 

Conklin, George II 137 

Conley, John D 39 

Conlin, Lawrence 125 

Conn, Charles K 211 

Conn, Granville P 115 

Council, John P 267 

Connellv, Michael J 70 

Conner, Henry C 136 

Connor, Seldon 23, 44 

Conners, James E 52 

Conners, Thomas 273 

C'onuis, Linus B 136 

Connolly, Thomas 80 

Connor, Francis H 80 

Connor, Henry C 181 

Connor, James O 177 

Connor, John _ 193 

Connor, Selden 44 

Consigny, Eugene 92 

Converse, Alfred W 294 

Converse, Charles S 154 

Converse, Ebenezer N 76 



Converse, James W 220 

Converse, John R 1 20 

Converse, Joseph H -278 

Converse, Levi N 68 

Converse, Nelson 76 

Converse, Oscar 1 65 

Conway, Daniel, (14th Vt. inf.) 117 

Conway, Daniel, (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Conwell, Russell H., (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Conwell, Russell H., (46th Mass. inf.) 219 

Cony, George R 27 

Cook, 300 

Cook. Albert W 229 

Cook, Aldrich B '. 83 

Cook, Andrew 171 

Cook, Augustus H 50 

Cook, Benjamin F , 165 

Cook, Cyrus W 290 

Cook, Francis (J 219 

Cook, Frank A 199 

Cook, Fred. W ! 92 

Cook, George B 260 

Cook, George W 285 

Cook, Henry C 251 

Cook, Hiram 105 

Cook, IraB 214 

Cook, J. Washburne 134 

Cook, Jacob B 64, 239 

Cook, James A 69 

Cook, James W 150 

Cook, Jeremiah R 197 

Cook, John B 23 

Cook, John F 101 

Cook, JohnH 229 

Cook, JohuW 48 

Cook, Julius B 292 

Cook, Richard L 32 

Cook, Thomas 193 

Cook. Wendell B 74 

Cook, William 134 

Cook, William N 

Cook, William T 258 

Cook, William W . .74 

Cooke, Fred. A 262 

Cooke. Frederick M 263 

Cooke, George E 209 

Cooke. John S 189 

Cool, Charles V 105 

Cooley, Horace K 191 

Cooley. John J 193 

Cooley, N. Saxton *219 

Coolev, Orrin B 171 

Cooley, Sherman P 191 

Cooley, Thomas B. 199 

Coolev, William H., (27th Mass. inf.) 191 

Cooley, William H. , (34th Mass. inf.) 203 

Coolidge, Charles 180 

Coombs, Abram B 33 

Coombs, Amos D t hi 

Cooper, Aaron K 110 

Cooper, Charles S 90 

Cooper, John B 

Cooper, John D 68 

Cooper, Joseph J ? 211 

Cooper, Sherman 76 

Cooper, V. A 

Cooper, William A 116 

Cooper. William S 263 

Copeland, C. F 169 

Copeland, Charles D., (3d Mass. inf.) 152 

Copeland, Charles D., (58th Mass. inf.) 231 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



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Copeland, George H 210 

Copeland, Leroy 47 

Copeland. Robert M 150 

Copp, Charles D 82 

Copp, William H 41 

Corben, Thomas 274 

Corbin, David B 291 

Corbin. David T 101 

Corbin. Frank S ■ 168 

Corcoran. Michael F 83 

Cordwell, William 166 

Corey, Charles G t 254 

Corey, Charles W., (14th Vt. inf.) 1 17 

Corey, Charles W., (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Corey, Jonas 227 

Corey, Samuel J 289 

Corey, Waterman F 101 

■ Coi-lew, William 11 196 

Corliss, A. W 241 

Corliss. George W 2(55 

Cornelius, William II 70 

Comings, C. Darwin 70 

Cornins, Linus B., jr 171 

Cornish. Theodore O 

Cornwcll, Charles II 280 

Cornwt 11. Charles W 279 

Correll. Henry 99 

Corrnth. Russell 227 

Corse, Henry P -. ! 95 

Corson. Joseph B 35 

Corthell, Elmer L 247 

Costelloe, Peter 37 

Coston, Nathaniel W 39 

Cotrell. Mark II 161 

Cotting, Charles II 232 

Cotting. Edward P 17 ' 

Cottle, Edmund 153 

Cotton, Henry C 56 

Cotton, Jonathan^ 1 78 

Couch, Ansil II.™ 261 

Couch. Darius X 156 

Couch, George II 261 

Coughlin. John 83 

Coulter, William J 168, 177 

Coupe, William 121 

Courrier, William B 58 

Covenay, Jeremiah W 193 

Covey, Eugene H 265 

Cowan, Albert L 14 

Cowan, Jonathan E 126 

Cowan, Louis 1 

Cowdin. Robert 149 

Cowdin. Robert J 228 

Cowdin, William H 214 

Cowdrey, Arthur H 156 

Cowdrey, Burnham 112 

Cowdrey, Marcus M 163 

Cowgill, Charles 177 

Cowre. William P 149 

Cowing. Seth W 255 

Cowles, Edward O 284 

Cowles, Henry F 

Cowles, Lester W 258 

Cowles, Ruel P 296 

Cox, Charles G., (3d Mass. cav.) 125 

Cox, Charles (>., (40th Mass. inf.) 212 

Cox, Gardner 119 

Cox, James N 231 \ 

Cox, John G 269 

Cox, Warren W...A 1G 



Coy, Alonzo 



164 



Crabtree, George F 17 

Crafts, Joseph 154 

Crafts, Welcome A 74 

Cragin, Charles O 87 

Craig, George E 166 

Craig, Oliver II. P 76 

Craig, Samuel G. P 110 

Cram, Charles 142 

Cram, Frank P G4*' 

Cram, George S 85 

Cram, George T., (1st N.H.Qav.) 64 

Cram, George T. '(1st R. I. cav.) 239 

Cram, John E 84 

Cram, Joseph H., (1 1th N. II. inf.) 84 

Cram. Joseph H.. 1 18th N. II. inf.) 91 

Cramer, George H 109 

Craudall, John B 116 

Crandall, Richard*B 1C8 

Crandell, H. Burr 233 

Cra e, Albeit A 108 

Crane, Alvin M 290 

Crane, Cyrus R 105 

Crane, Frederick 101 

Crane, Gideon D 262 

Crane. Henry E 161 

Crane, John P 181 

Crane, Porter, jr 107 

Cranston, Thomas A 220 

Cranston, Thomas H 186 

Craw, John W 287 

Crawford, Alexander 59 

Crawford, George C 59 

Crawford, Parliu 41 

Crawford. Richard It 258 

Creasey, George 197 

William J 183 

Creasy, George W 205 

Crehore, Charles F 209 

die, Edward H 41 

Crimston, James S 216 

fames w r 259 

Critchett, George F 143 

Croak. William A 138 

Crocker, Augustus 1*3 

Crocker, Henry II 123 

Crocker, Samuel G 45 

Crockett, George L 17 

Crockett, Richard . . 43 

Croff. George E 109 

Croffts, Frederick 176 

Cromack, Joseph C 175 

Cromack, Joseph B 181 

Crommett, Robert T 12 

Cronan, William 109 

Crone, Lewis B 181 

Crooker, William J 2 

Cropet, George S 292 

Crosby, Charles S 1 

Crosby, George H. D .' 283 

Crosby, Henry 48 

Crosby, Hiram B 290 

Crosby, Hiram H ?u «. 47 

Crosby, John G 293 

Crosby, John W 74 

Crosby, Justin T 271 

Crosby, L. Byron , 23 

Crosby, William, (1st Mc. vet. vols.,) 11 

Crosby, William, (7th Me. inf.) 23 

Crosby, William D 189 

Crosby. WH* n 37 

Cross, Allen W-. 207 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Cross, Amos 255 

Cross, Charles M 53 

Cross, Daniel K .74 

Cross, Edmund B 2S6 

Cross, Edward E 75 

Cross, Elisha W 242 

Cross, Henry M 229, 232 

.Cross, Jerome E 189 

Cross, Lewis, jr 28 

Cross, Richard E ' 75 

Cross, Robert M 207 

Crossfield, William K 76 

Crossman, Christopher V 5 

Grossman, Horace F 99 

Crossman, Joseph P 279 

Crossman, Robert, C3d Mass. inf.) 152 

Crossman, Robert, (58th Mass. inf.) 231 

Crouse, William E ! 130 

Crowell, John H ? 37 

Crowcll, 8. W 6 

Crowell, Warren T 36 

Crowley, Florence C 154 

Crowley, Timothy A 197 

Crowley, Timothy B 83 

Crowninshield, Benjamin W 121 

Crowninshield, Casper 122, 123, 178 

Crowninshield, Francis W. 150 

Crowninshield, George F 252 

Crozier, Thomas, (11th Mass. inf.) 164 

Crozier, Thomas, ( 1 6th Ma.ss. inf.) 170 

Crummett, George E 67 

Cudworth, Warren H 149 

Cull, Richard T 1 09 

Culver, E. B 288 

Cummings, Albert G 74 

Cummings, Ariel J 214 

Cummings, Charles, (16th Vt. inf.) 119 

Cummings, Charles, (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Cummings, Edward P 183 

Cummings, Ephraim C 118 

Cummings, Fred. A t 5 

Cummings, George W 27 

Cummings, Horace B 42 

Cummings, James R 279 

Cummings, John A., (1st N. If. cav.) 64 

Cummings, John A., (6th N. H. inf.) 76 

Cummings, Joseph H 261 

Cummings, Lewis F 57 

Cummings, Lucius, sr 145 

Cummings, Philip C 278 

Cummings, Silas S 252 

Cummings, Sylvester W 55 

Cummings, William 277 

Cummings, William G 92 

Cundy, Williamll 212 

Cunningham, Charles A 132 

Cunningham, Edward R 43 

Cunningham, II. W., (4th Me. inf.) 17 

Cunningham, H. W., (19th Me. inf.) 43 

Cunningham, James A 200 

Cunningham, Petej L 271 

Cunningham, *William H 126 

Currier, Charles 154 

Currier, Charles A 212 

Currier, Charles M 72 

Currier. David B 78 

Currier, Ephraim C 73 

Currier, J. Charles 84 

Currier, James B 60 

Currier, John J , 220 

Currier, John 221 



Currier, Samuel 229 

Currier, Samuel H 110 

Currier, Simon P., (3d Mass. h. art.) 134 

Currier, Simon P., (11th Mass. inf.) 1.63 

Currier, William M 101 

Currier, William R 14 

Curroll, John 14 

Curry, Patiick . 125 

Curtice, Grovenor A 78 

Curties, Daniel S 1 

Curtin, John , 76 

Curtis, Arthur R • 177 

Curtis, Charles H 1 6 

Curtis, Cyrus R 50 

Curtis, Edward F .• 243 

Curtis, Edward M., (4th Vt. inf.) ]04 

Curtis, Edward M., (6th Vt. inf.) 107 

Curtis, Elliott M 273 

Curtis, George E 252 

Curtis, Greely S., (1st Mass. cav.) 121 

Curtis, Greely S., (2d Mass. inf.) 150 

Curtis, II. Pdham 121 

Curtis, Hall 132, 185 

Curtis, John -73 

Curtis, Jonathan S 2!*1 

Curtis, Joseph B 252 

Curtis, Luther N 25.0 

Curtiss, Homer S 262 

Curtiw, William M 175 

Cushing, Henry G 80 

Gushing, J. W 229 

Cushing, James W 199 

Cushing, John, (7th Mat*, inf.) 156 

Cushing, John, (31st Mass inf.) 1«J9 

Cushing, John S 47 

Cushing, Lyman F. W 137 

Cushing, Lysander F 165 

Cushing, Wainwright 12 

Cushing, William C • 35 

Cushman, Austin S 220 

Cushman, E. E 101 

Cushman, Harris A 209 

Cushman, Henry T 103 

Cushman. Isaac II 202 

Cushman, JohnH 103 

Cushman, Oliver T 93 

Coshmao, Richard P 130 

Cushman, William H 23 

Cushman, Zebedee M 55 

Cutler, Charles B 203 

Cutler, Edward R 130 

Cutler, Frank M 2 

Cutler, Nathan, (2d Mr. cav.) 3 

Cutler, Nathan, (28th Mc. inf.) 54 

Cutter, Calvin 179 

Cutter, Eben P 158 

Cutter, John C 207 

Cuttej, Temple 27 

Cutter, Thomas E : 

Dabney, Charles W., jr 216 

Dabney, Lewis S 123 

Daboll, Henry W 265 

Dacey, Matthew 159 

Dacey, Timothy 159 

Daggett, Aarou S 1 19 

Daggett, Levi H 1 

Daggett, Monroe 31 

Daggett, Samuel L 94 

Daggett, Samuel W 6 

Daguey, Michael J £ 166 

Dailey, George S 27 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Dailey, Warren C 297 

Dakin. George K A- 66 

Daland, K.l ward F -T 217 

Daland. John 185 

Dale, John J 120 

Daley, William 188 

Dallas, Alexander 169 

Dallas. I [oratio N 173 

Dalton, George 292 

Dalton, Henry B 130 

Dalton, Hiram A 23 

Dalton, Joseph A 212 

Dalton, Joseph H 149 

Dalton. Samuel 131 

Dam. Charles A MB 

I -uther 163 

Dame, I,orin L 146 

Dame; ( Mlver H 68 

Dame, Robert S 74 

Damon, Calvin A 155 

Damon, George B 114 

Damrell. William S 166 

1 tana, 1 tavid 129 

Dana, David D 134 

Dana, George If 991 

Dana, Gu.-tavus 9 267 

Dana, John W 33 

Dana. William F 85 

Dane. Henry C 125 

Danforth, Alouzo II., (1st Vt. cav.) 92* 

Danforth, Alonzo H., (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Danforth, Henry F 212 

Danforth, William 1 19 

Daniels. Albert E., (61st Mass.inf.) 233 

Danii Is. Albert E., (11th Conn, inf.) 837 

Daniels, Charles 8B0 

Daniels, Benry W 907 

Daniels. John L., (61st Mass. inf.) 233 

Daniels. John L., (11th Conn, inf.) 277 

Daniels. Milton II 287 

I )an iel s. Percey 253 

Robert S 154 

Daniels, William A 989 

Dauiels. William L 9B7 

Daniels, William P 224 

Dan v, Thonuis V 195 

Darby, William P 16T 

Darling, Charles L 229, 232 

Darling, George S. 199 

Darling, George W 239 

Darling, Henry A 294 

Darling, J. Homer 225 

Darling, .Mo>es Oscar 245 

Darrah, Samuel 114 

Darreeott, James It 169 

Barrow, Bnrritt 294 

Darrow, William T 265 

Dart. Giles W 293 

Dart, Justus 112 

Dascomb, Edmund 69 

Dasmeld, Alfred H..". 230 

Daskam. Eugene B 997 

Daskam, George W 97 

Daughty, Charles II 51 

Davenport. David B 108 

Davenport. George D.t 105 

Davenport, George H 275 

Davenport, Wi.lard G 105 

David, James B 75 

i. Alonzo S 207 

Davidson, Anthony W 94 



Davidson, Henry 141 

Davidson, James 6:5 

Davis, Albert A 131 

Davis. Alonzo P 17!) 

Davis, Andrew J., (I7th Vt. inf.) 120 

Davis. Andrew J., (13th Vt. inf.) 116 

Davis. Anthony 156 

Davis, Augustus P 31 

Davis, Austin 207 

Davis, Benjamin 182 

Davis, Calvin L 263 

Davis, Charles, jr 84 

Davis, Charles A 214 

Davis, Charles G 121 

Davis, Charles W., (21st Mass. inf.) 179 

Davis. Charles W., (36th Mass. inf.) 207 

Davis, Curtis 54 

Davis, Daniel Webster 154 

Davis, Edward F 39 

Davis, Ezra 79 

Davis, Ferdinand 78 

Davis. Francis E 237 

Davis. Francis H 7J 

Davis, Frank 129 

Davis, Frederick C 105 

Davis. CJeorge B 12'2 

Davis, George E., (21st Mass. inf.) 179 

Davis, Ceorge E., (10th Vt. inf.) 114 

I H-orge E., (26th Mass, inf.) 189 

Davis, George F 128 

Davis, Ceorge G 17 

Davis. George 1' 214 

Davis. George R.,(8th Ma«f.mil) 156 

Davis, George R. , (3d R. I. cav.) 242 

Davis, ( k-orge W 277 

Davis. HeberJ 78 

Davis, Henry T t 121 

Davis. Benry W 115 

Davis, Hvmenius A Ill 

Davis. James T 210 

Davis. John 

Davis, John H 163 

Davis, John J 228 

-. John W 187 

Davis, Jom Hast. in£) 179 

I )a vis, Jonas R., (36th Mass. inf.) 207 

Davis, Jonathan W 152 

Davis, Joseph ,. .197 

Davis, Leander" A 245 

Davis, Marcus M 181 

Davis, Marshal II 300 

Davis. Martin W 107 

Davis. Nelson II 156 

Davis, Phineas A 143 

Davis, Phineas 8 211 

Davis, Richard R 74 

Davis, Robert 8., (lfith iV. H. inf.) 90 

Davis, Robert S., (hst A r . //. h. art.) 66 

Linuel, jr 90 

- mnel A 197 

- . ( inuel H 282 

- i mnel L 51 

Davis, Theodore R 284 

Davis, Walter S 181 

Davis. William., x 70 

Davis. William G 191 

Davis. William W., (20th Mass. inf.) 195 

Davis. William W., (59th Mass. inf.) 232 

Dawson. Thomas 23.1 

Day. Aaron R 261 

Day, Alonzo L 83 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Day. Augustus P 284 

Day, Benjamin 129 

Day, Charles 21 

Day, Charles 177 

Day, Charles W. H 243 

Day, Edwin E 162 

Day, Frank H 277 

Day, Franklin H 290 

Day, George H 144 

Day, Henry C 288 

Day, John R 34 

Day, Joseph M ^ 212 

Day, Joseph W 171 

Day, Josiah F., jr., (10th Mc. inf.) ,29 

Day, Josiah F., jr., (.29th Me. inf.) 55, 56 

Day, Kiiburn 110 

Day. Luther 171 

Day, Putnam 266 

Day, Ralph H 41 

Dayton, Durrell W 99 

Dean, Bradley 1 25 

Dean, Chauncy C 1!>7 

Dean, Edward N 156 

Dean. Gustavus Jj 200 

Deai), James 58 

1). an. JarvisW 205 

Dean, Kenneth M w 141 

Dean, Silas F 75 

Deane, James, (2d Me. inf.) ] 4 

Deane, James, (2d Conn. h. art.) 262 

Deane, John G 9 

Deane John M 195 

Deane, W illiam W , 33 

Dearborn, Charles A 201 

Dearborn, David P 73 

Dearborn, Orvin M 70 

Dearborn, Samuel G 80 

Dearborn, Thomas H 76 

Dealing, Albert L 19 

DeCasto, J. H 176 

Decel.e, Augustus A 99 

Decker, Barney 92 

Decker, Jefford M., (10th Mass. inf.) 161 

Decker, Jefford M., (52d Mass. Inf.) 226 

Decker. Royal B 45 

De Costa, Benjamin P 173 

Deeriug, Arthur, (24th AT*, inf.) 50 

Deering, Arthur, (32d Me. inf.) BO 

Deering, Enoch M 38 

Deering, George A 39 

De Forest, John W 279 

De Forrest, Albert 282 

De Forrest, Henry S 278 

Detose, Charles L 230 

Degan, II. D 224 

Dehon, Arthur 165 

De Kay, Sidney 271 

Delanah, Albert W 256 

DeLaud, Carlton M 177 

De Lano, Marcos 29 

Delevan, J. S 260 

Deloid, Charles 163 

De Merritt, David A L23 

De Menlen, Emelius 245 

Demiug, Burton D 223 

Doming, Charles J 262 

Deming, George B 280 

Doming, Henry C 279 

Dempsey, James L 203 

Dempsey. Robert 270 

Demuth, Daniel W 47 



Denison, Charles P 78 

DenisonJCharles S 277 

Denisorlr Frederick, (1st R. I. cav.) 239 

Denison, Frederick, (3d R. I. h. art.) 

Dennen, Charles O 242 

D.enning, Hobart W 261 

Denning, William F .37 

Dennis. Edward 287 

Dennis, Frank R 255 

Dennis, Gorham •. 269 

Dennis, John B 269 

Dennis, Leonard G. , (40th Mass. inf. ) 212 

Dennis, Leonard G., (2d co. Mass. inf.) 235 

Dennis, Oscar A 260 

Dennis, "William B 239 

Dennison, Ami R 191 

Denny, Edward W 132 

Denny, George P 217 

Denny, J. Waldo 187 

Denny, James H 133 

Denslow, George A 293 

Derby, Buel J 120 

Derby, George 183 

Derby, Richard 168 

Des Jardines. Charles B 156 

De Vecchi, Achille 143 

Devens, Charles 167 

Devereaux, John F 163 

Devereaux, Beth K 14 

Devereux, Arthur F 175 

Devereux, Charles U 175 

Devin, 300 

Devine, James 193 

Devoll, Andrew J 143 

Dewell, John H 277 

Dewey, Arch. S 92 

Dewey, Daniel P 294 

Dewey, Edward ] 10 

Dewey, Edward S 229 

Dewey, Harrison 100 

Dewey, Henry II 114 

Dewey, Joseph W 239 

De Witt. Reuben 219 

De Wolf, Oscar 121 

De Wolf. O^carC 123 

iwiu 134 

Dewaon, F. A 

Dexter. P.enjaniin T 

Dexter. Charles B » 19 

Deyer, Fordvee A 132 

Dibble, Alfred 203 

Dibble, CharlesE 277 

Dibble, Charles V 

Dibble. Frederick L 

Dibble, Theodore H 265 

Dickenson, Alfred S 260 

Dickenson, John Q 109 

Dickenson, Lucius C 112 

ii. William G., (11th Conn, inf.) 277 

Dickenson, William G., (11th Conn, inf.) 277 

Dickenson, William O - . . .*. 95 

Dickerman, Arnold W 169 

Dickerman, Ezra D. -J-;' 

Dickerman, George M 189 

Dickerson, Alfred A 285 

Dicker-on. David > 290 

Dickey, Daniel L 43 

Dickey, George A 59 

Dickinson, D.«G. E 149 

Dickinson. Leonard A 279 

Dickinson, Sylvanus O 2G4 



IXDEX OF NAMES. 



39 



Dicv. George "W 78 

Difedrick, Albert C 252 

D'etrich, Nicoiaua 277 

Diggins. Patrick * 94 

Dike. Edward G 210 

DiL. Phineas W -.29 

Dillenback H-nry G 84 

Dilhnirham. Char.es 100, 110 

DilliDghiiin. Edwin 114 

Dillingham. Robert A 142 

D liinghain. Seth 25 

Dillon, James \V 154 

Dii.on, Patrick 267 

D nick. George E 115 

Diinmick. Orlando W 84 

Dmioek, George 260 

Dimon, Charles A. R 197 

Dinan, Patrck J 199 

Dmgavan, William 243 

. Fuller 25:3 

. . James 25 

Dinumore, George R 178 

Eri L '. 107 

Dix,' Charles W 189 

Dix, Henry F 119 

Dixon, Charles 286 

Dixon, Edinuud A 53 

Dixon. George 8 219 

DiX( n, Henry C 251 

Dixon, James W 391 

Dixon, Lewis E 890 

Doane, Elisha 202 

Doane, Henry 215 

Doane, Lyman 167 

Francis M 183 

Dockrav. Frederick A 243 

Dodd, Charles 74 

Dodd, Frederick 267 

Dod.l. < teorge W 225 

Dodd. John M 77 

Dodd, Stephen G 188 

Dodge, Chester W 94 

I taniel J 209 

EliahaE 86 

Dodge, F. L 91 

1 . eorge F 5 

Hazen Q 78 

Dodge, James G. C 176,233 

Dodge, John B 15 

Dodge, John S 31 

I .orenzo 38 

Dodge, Reuben 66 

Rowland L 243 

Dodge, Rudolph L 3 

Solomon, jr 84 

Dodge, Thomas F 91 

Dodge, William A 112 

William L 70 

William S 29 

Dodge, William T 40 

Doe, Andrew W 83 

Doe. Benjamin 42 

Doherty, J ames, (1st Mass. inf. ) 149 

Doherty, James, (57th Mas*, inf.) 230 

Doherty, ,n ^ 159 

Doherty, Jbhn Francis 159 

80 

Doherty. William W 159 

Dolan, Dennis A 205 

' Dolan, Edward J 11 

Dolan, John 243 



Do!an. Philip 127 

Dolbeau. Frederic E 149 

Dole, James A 5 

Doilard, Robert .183 

Dolliver, William H 134 

Dolloff, Bemiah P 43 

Dolloff. Warren L 36 

Dolly. George 26 

Donaldson. David M 209 

Donath. Herman 176 

Donavan, Matthew 169 

Donley, Michael P 70 

Donnell, Edward J. O 90 

Donnell. Edward P. • 15 

Donnelh Jotham 38 

Donnell, William E 45 

Donnelly, Char'es F 221 

Donnelly. Hugh 209 

Donohoe, Cornelius 83 

Donohoe, Joseph J., (3d N. H. inf.) 70 

Donohoe, Joseph J., (10th .V. U. inf.) 83 

Donohoe, Michael T 71, 83 

Donovan, John 82 

D%novan, Michael 265 

Doo'ey, Peter 209 

Doolittle, Edward A 289 

Doolittle, Elkanah 289 

Doolittle, John 223 

Doolittle. John B 284 

DoolittR John H 2f<9 

Dore. John S 77 

Dorety, Dustin P 27 

Dorman, Ephraim P 48 

Doinian, Julius S 95 

Dorman. Stephen G 60 

ServallH H4 

Dorr. Charles P 21 

Dorr, Ellerton L 142 

Dorr. Henry G 127 

Dorrance. John K 

Dort. Obed 76 

Doten, Frederick B 282 

9 • mue. A 28 

Samuel II 195 

Doton, Charles C 210 

Doty, Albert 229 

Doty, Charles E ". .287, 287 

Doty, James J 94 

Dougherty. Ambrose M — 271 

Doughty. Joseph W : 33 

Donglaa, Charles A g... .277 

Douglas, Charles E 245 

Douglass, Archibald T 275 

Douglass, John A 163 

- Raswell 8 261 

--. William W 245 

I aivin S 2 

Dow, Albert F 153 

Dow, Edwin B 9 

Dow, Edwin C 260 

Dow, George C 234 

Dow, Henry 8 70 

Dow. James 17 

1 low, Jerome C 114 

Dow, John M 129 

Dow. Neal 35 

Dow, Robert C 70 

Dow, Samuel H 91 

Dow. Timothy 78 

Dowd. Patrick 73 

Downing, Edmund 273 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Downing, Harry 118 

Downs, Colin L 14 

Downs, Henry W Ill 

Doyle, Charles 265 

Doyle, Patrick 83 

Drake, Albert W 276 

Drake, Alexander C .25 

Drake, George B 165 

Drake, Ira 153 

Drake, John L 285 

Drake, L. J 33 

Draper, Alonzo G 130 

Draper, Ebenezer 212 

Draper, James D *.... 224 

Draper, James P 200 

Draper, William F., (25th Mass. inf.) ....... .187 

Draper, William F., (36th Mass. inf.) 207 

Dreher, Ferdinand 178 

Drenan, John S 94 

Drennan, James M 187 

Dresser, Edson T. , (49th Mass. inf.) 223 

Dresser, Edson T. , (57th Mass. inf.) 229 

Drew, Arthur L 130 

Drew, Caleb 164 

Drew, Charles C 16 

Drew, Charles E 189 

Drew, Charles H 174 

Drew, Franklin M 38 

Drew, George H 82 

Drew, Israel L 73 

Drew, Jeremiah D 72 

Drew, John 121 

Drew, John T 99 

Drew, Josiah R 183 

Draw, S. Watson 159 

Di#v, Stephen C 173 

Driscoll, Cornelius F 134 

Driver, William R 176 

Drohan, John E 252 

Drown, Albert H 1 90 

Drown, Arzro 261 

Drown, Leonard 69 

Drummer, Charles H 72 

Druumiond, Thomas A 6 

Drury, AbnerE 200 

Drury, Eben N : 99 

Drury, William P., (1st itfass. inf.) 149 

Drury, William P., (61st Mass. inf.) 233 

Du Bois, Cornelius J 289 

Du Bois, Cornelius Jay 296 

Duchesny, Lawrence N 122 

Duckreff, William J 233 

Dudley, Albion M 231 

Dud'.ey, Andrew J 94 

Dudley, Charles P 106 

Dudley, Frederick A 283 

Dudley, George 52 

Dudley, Henry T 168,177 

Dudley, Hollis O 84 

Dudley, Hubbard S 76 

Dudley, John E 197 

Dudley, Myron S 105 

Dudley, Nathan A. M 197 

Duff, John Charles 197 

Duffle, Alfred N 239 

Duffy, John 273 

Duffy, John M 250 

Duffy, Thomas 194 

Duhigg, Dennis 95 

Dunbar, Benjamin F 31 

Dunbar, Charles F 70 



Dunbar, Charles H 205 

Dunbar, Everett E 280 

Dunbar, Melzau, jr 164 

Duncan, Edwin A 42 

Duncan, George W 97 

Duncan, Robert T 294 

Duncan, Samuel A » '.87 

Duncan, Samuel W 224 

Duncan, Timothy M 214 

Dunford, Joseph C 260 

Dunham, Dennis C 99 

Dunham, George 231 

Dunham, Isaac J 6 

Dunham, James E 287 

Dunham, Thomas H 163 

Dunham, William G 95 

Dunlop, James C 232 

Dunn, George B 41 

Dunn, Gorham P 85 

Dunn, Horace S 182 

Dunn, Martin 237 

Dunn, Morcena 175 

Dunn, Valentine M 141 

Dunnell, Mark H 19 

Dunnell, Samuel, jr 53 

Dunning, John S 182 

Dunning, Joseph S 270 

Dunshie, Noble F 117 

Danton, Joseph N 110 

©anton, Noah B 25 

Danton, Walter C 117 

Danton, Warren R 105 

Dupires, John 278 

Durand, Charles 297 

Durell, James M 86 

Duren, John A 74 

Durfee, George N. 253 

Durfee, William H 245 

Durgin, Abner F 68 

Durgin, Albion T 59 

Durgin, Jeremiah S 78 

Durgin, John M 85 

Durgin, Samuel H 122 

Durgin, Woodbury M 88 

Durivage, H. A 126 

Durjen, H. W 221 

Durkee, Paine 66 

Duryee, Redfield 267 

Dusseault, John H 211 

Dustin. Josiah A 76 

Dustin, Jonathan 86 

Dutton, Aaron S 290 

Dutton, Arthur H 290 

Dutton, Benjamin C 119 

Dutton, Clarence E... 290 

Dutton. George W 159 

Dutton, Henry F 110 

Datton, Henry M 266 

Dutton, Salmon 109 

Dutton. Samuel S 130, 212 

Du Verge, Lewis A. de R 197 

Dwight, G.* Lyman 246 

Dwight, Henry C 191 

Dwight, Wilder 151 

Dwiual, Augu^us A A. 11 

Dwinal. FrancH E -■ .TT 57 

Dwinell, Lester 38 

Dwinell. Silas O 108 

Dwinnell, B. B 225 

Dwinnell, B. D 132 

Dwinnell, Carlos W 108 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



41 



Dwyre, Patrick 193 

Dyer, Ambrose S 20 

Dyer, .Benjamin N 97 

Dyer, Charles B 258 

Dyer, Charles H., (28th Me. inf.) 54 

■jier, Charles H., (2d bat. Vt. 1. art.) 97 

Dyer, Charles W 122 

Dyer, Cyrus G 251, 256 

Dyer, David H 156 

Dyer, Edmond W 51 

Dyer, Edward B 258 

Dyer, Fordyce A 219 

Dyer, George B 27 

Dyer, Hiram R 42 

Dyer, Isaac 38 

Dyer, J. Franklin 175 

Dyer, Lucius L 282 

Dyer, Robert F 1 

Dykeman, Nirum 287 

Eager, Charles H 167 

Earle, Anthony 233 

Earle, David M 167 

Earle, Thomas 187 

Earp, Edwin 129 

Eastabrook,' Henry L 189 

Easterbrook, Kimball , 212 

Eastman, A. P 5 

Eastman, Erwin 277 

Eastman, Ezekiel W 189 

Eastman, Henry A 277 

Eastman, Horace 33 

Eastman. Josiah C 72 

Eaton, Benjamin F 70 

Eaton, Hamlin F 8 

Eaton, Henry A., (16th Vt.mf.) 119 

Eaton. Henry A., (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Eaton, Horatio D 268 

Eaton, Jacob, (7th Conn, inf.) 270 

Eaton, Jacob, (8th Conn, inf.) * . 271 

Eaton, John 169 

Eaton, John A 83 

Eaton, John II 4 

Eaton, Joseph R 43 

Eaton, Josiah J 156 

Eaton, L. Oskar 161 

Eaton,' Solomon K 152 

Eaton, Solon 100 

Eaton, Stephen M 33 

Eaton, Watson S 95 

Eaton, William W 40 

Eavans, Albert G 243 

Eddy, Darius F 214 

Eddy, George O 243 

Eddy, James M., (3d IL I. cav.) 242 

Eddy, James M., (5th R. I. h. art) 245 

Eddv, Jesse F 156 

Eddy, Samuel S 225 

Edgecumbe, George 83 

Edgell, Frederick M 66 

Edgell, John D r 227 

Edgerly, Andrew J .M. 73 

Edgerlv- Augustus S ™ 82 

Edgerly, Charles W - 82 

Edgerly, Horace t 85 

Edgerly, J. Homer 70 

Udgerton, Francis M 99 

Edgerton, Oliver P 226 

Edgett, Isaac H 182 

Edgett, Seneca 262 

Edmands, Thomas F 185 

Edminster, James N .82 



Edmonds, J. Cushing 200 

Edson, Charles 173 

Edson, Daniel, jr 156 

Edson, John H., (10th Vt. inf.) 114 

Edson, John H., (1st Mass. cav.) 121 

Edson, P. O'Meara 120 

Edson, Pletony O. M 92 

Edwards, Charles H. 293 

Edwards, Charles L 209 

Edwards, Clark 66 

Edwards, Clark S '. 19 

Edwards, Elisha A 199 

Edwards, Ellis B 92 

Edwards, George P., (8th Conn, inf.) 271 

Edwards, George P., (21st Conn, inf.) 290 

Edwards, George W., (16th Me. inf,) 39 

Edwards, George W., (50th Mass. inf.) 224 

Edwards, Ira V 94 

Edwards, James F 255 

Edwards, Oliver 161, 209 

Edwards, Samuel F 226 

Edwards, Thomas C 64 

Edwards, William H 50 

Eells, Edward W 295 

Eells, Isaac L 105 

Egan, Costney, Louis .• 160 

Eggleston, Melville, (19th Mass. inf.) 175 

Eggleston, Melville, (62d Mass. inf.) 234 

Eigenbrodt, Charles S 123 

Ela, John W 88 

Ela, Richard 71 

Ela, Robert L 76 

Elder, Josiah L 212 

Elder, William 15 

Eldridge, Charles C .459 

Eldridge, Daniel 70 

Eldridge, Elisha 237 

Eldridge, Frederick A 65 

Eldridge, James E !)4 

Eldridge, John D 243 

Eldridge, Simeon N. , (1 0th Mass, inf. ) 161 

Eldridge, Simeon N., (61st Mass. inf.) 233 

Elkine, Jerome B 6 

Elkins, Stephen O 118 

Ellenwood, Eben H 155 

Ellerbeck, Charles H 74 

Ellington, Raymond 125 

Ellingwood, Lyman H 167 

Elliott, A. D ..^ 125 

Elliott, Frederick 15 

Elliott, George H 138 

Elliott, James P 261 

Elliott, Richard A 197 

Elliott, Robert 243 

Elliott, Russell C 126 

Ellis, Asa A. 242, 244 

Ellis, Barnard 65, 239 

Ellis, Caleb H., (11th Me. inf.) 31 

Ellis, Caleb H., (31st Me. inf.) 58 

Ellis, Elisha W 43» 

Ellis, Herman 263 

Ellis, J. James 209 

Ellis, Jacob M 140 

Ellis, James M 150 

Ellis, JohnM 195,206 

Ellis, Nathan B 177 

Ellis, Osco A 2 

Ellis, Samuel C, (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Ellis, Samuel C, (45th Mass. inf.) 217 

Ellis, Theodore G 282 

Ellis, William J 250 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



F.liUou, Lowell 156 

EUs, R. Lorenzo 

Ells, William B 261. 262 

Ellsworth, Eli P 991 

Eleer, Fredeiic 

Elton. George W 296 

El well. Andrew 163 

Elwell. Charles W 203 

Elv. C il via L 296 

irles U 219 

Ely, Charles W '. 296 

Ely, William C . 2^8 

Ely, William G 267 

Emerson, Adams* 198 

Emerson, Edward M 76 

Emerson, Henry H •. B3 

Emerson, Horace P Ill 

Emerson, John H 228 

Emerson. Johu L 27 

Emerson, Johu M 85 

Einer>on. John 8 

Erne^on, John W 214 

Emerson, Joseph C 78 

•Emerson, Levi 14 

Emerson, William B.. (8th .V. //. Inl) BO 

Emerson. William B., (30th Mass. inf.) 197 

Emery, Ahner C 3 

Emery, Cbarles S 85 

faery, Cyrus C 123 

Emery. I >aiuel W IS 

Emery, Edwin 42 

Emery, Frederick A v.'7 

Emery, George W 82 

Emery, Ira 282 

.Fames A., (2.1 Man. h. art.) 183 

Em ry, James A., (46th Mass. inf.) 221 

Emery, Jolm C 66 

Emery, Moses J 193 

Emery. Preston M 57 

Emery, Sabine 27 

Emery, 8etb A 8 

Emery. Sibley - 225 

Emery, William 187 

Emery, William II 43 

Eramerson, Charles 8., (19th Me. inf.) 29 

Emmeraon, CI b Me. ml) 55 

Emmerton, Charles s 163 

Emmerton, George R 183 

Emmerton. Ja& A.. (2d Mas*, h. ^irt.) 133 

Emmerton, .las. A.. (23d Mats, int.) 163 

Emmons, Edwin C 115 

Emmons, Georce W 70 

Emmons, J. Frank 216 

Emmons. James C • 265 

Emory, Augustus F 23 

Emory, Edward F 907 

Engles, James S 275 

English, Hiram S 107 

English, Samuel J 250 

Brbardt, Joel B 92 

Erickson, Christopher 1-53 

Erskin, James D 17 

Erskine, Andrew J 47 

Erskine. George B 1.3 

Eschrich. Oswald 296 

Escunhrack, Lorenzo 246 

Estabrook. Aaron G 60 

Estabrook, George W 64 

1 'tis V 99 

Esterbrook, Frederic R 50 

Esterbrook, George F 250 



Estes, Albert H >•• 

Estes, LewellynG 2 

Eu>tis. Henry L 

Eustis, Humphry E 

Eustis. William T 

Evans, Alvin A lfj| 

■ -orge S J 7t) 

Evans, Simeon A :16 

Eveleth. Charles L Si 

Eveleth. Joseph W 59 

Everett, Charles 142 

Everett, Charles E 64 

I )avid E 85 

Everett. Edward F 133 

Everett. George W 82 

Everett, James A 11,23 

Evei ett. Walter 154 

Everleth, Francis M 12, 23 

Everson. Erastus W 174 

Ewer, Barnabas, jr., (3d Mass. inf. I 159 

Ewer, Barnabas, jr.. (56th Mass. inf.) 231 

Fabyan, Barnard D 107 

Fairbanks. George O., jr 937 

Fairbanks. Henry N 57 

Fairbanks. John B 207 

Fairbanks, Luke B 101 

Fairchild, Edward B 203 

Fairchild, Fred. M 

Fairmau, Erastus P 112 

Fallensbee, James C 74 

imund W 256 

nary W 96 

Fales, James M 239 

Fall. Jonathan P. C 27 

Fall. Juhn P. C 57 

Fall, Isaac P., (27th J/e. inf.) 59 

Fall, Isaac P.. (32d Me. inf.) 60 

Falls. Benjamin F 176 

Falls#Isaac P 56 

Fancher, George E 

Farewell. William S 2 

Fartield. Luther C 24 

Farwell, William E 163 

Parley, Charles H 79 

Farmer, Augustus B 91 

Farnham, Augustus B., (2d Me. inf.) 14 

Farnham, Augustus B., (16th Me. inf.). 

Farnham. George W 

Farnham, James L 115 

Farnham. Owen L 131 

Farnham. Roswell 115 

Farnsworth, Charles 258 

Parneworth, Ezra 1 69 

Paraaworth, Ezra S 

Farnsworth. Isaac L .' 105 

Farnum. Eben H 95 

Parr, Alpha B 199 

Farr, Dauna W 104 

Parr, Edward P 114 

Farr. E varta W., (2d .V. //. inf.) $9 

Farr. KvM W. , (1 1 th A. H. inf.) 64 

Farr, GeJflfe 84 

Farr. Loring _ 4:t 

Farr. Theron A 74 

Farrar, Daniel 70 

Parrar, William E 143 

Farrer, H. Warren 23 

Farriugton, Charles A 

Farriugton, George M 

Farrington, Preston M - 3 > 

Farringtou, Seth C 33 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



43 



Farrington. Willai d 92 

Parson, J ames, (:30th Mass inf.) 197 

Farson. James, (33d Mass. inf. ) 202 

Farwell, Miles, (1st Mags, inf) 149 

Farwell, Miles, (,61st Mass, inf.) $33 

sett, Nelson 99 

Faunce, Isaac 8., (1st Me. h. art'y) .5 

Fannce, Isaac S., (17th Me. inf.) 41 

Favor. Charles C 

Faxon, John. (iOth N. H. inf.) 83 

Faxon. John. (4;h Vt. inf.) 103 

Faxon, W. Lyman 

Faxon, "William C-- 

Fay, AlfordF 

Fay, Arnold C, (13th Vt. inf.) 1 : 6 

1" av, Arnold C., (17th Vt. inf.) 1 20 

Pay, AsaB 203 

Pay, Charles 219 

. Fanrell F 227 

lav. Joseph B 71 

] ay, William W 

Fa v. Wilson W 

Fayerweather, George T 136 

Fearing, Hawkes 80 

Fe.r-.rs. Samuel 153 

Then, Jacob 140 

Fefield, William A 232 

Felch, Daniel M J29 

Q, Henry F 211 

■vs. Albert G., (2d Me inf.) 14 

Pi Hows, Albert G., (56th Mass. inf.) 228 

Fellows, Charles O 171, 171 

Fellows, Daniel H 129 

vs. Enoch Q 70 

Fellows, Enoch R 82 

v. >, j ohm F 171 

Fellows. Joseph A 

Fellows, Starks 

Felt, James W 68 

Felton, John D 35 

Fenderson, W. B 19 

Fenn, Augustus 11 262 

Fenn, Joseph B m . 262 

Penner, William W. 241 

Fenton, Charles 290 

Fenton, Ebenezer B 290 

Ferguson, George W 86 

Ferguson. John 83 

Fernal. William II. II 85 

Feruald, Albert E 45 

Fernald, George 

Fernald, Granville 49 

Fernald, Henry A 181 

Ferris. I >eforest W 267 

Ferris. Eogene W 197 

Fen-is, John J 176 

Ferris, Marsh A 197 

Ferris. Samuel P 297 

Perry, Amasa W 99 

Perry, Orris S 265 

Ferson, Rodney C 155 

o, Albert W 228 

q, Anson D , 227 

Fessendeu, Francis 51,57 

FegBendi a, Menzias R ., -34 

Fessenden, Robert 255 

Fessenden, Sam'l, (battery A. Me. light art.) 7 

Fessenden, Sam'l, (battery B. Me. light art.) 7 

Fessenden, Sam'l. (7th R. I. inf.) 1..254 

Pickett, George W. S 41 

Fidler, Thomas 244 



Field. Benjamin F., jr 216 

Field. Charles 117 

Field. Edwin F 179 

Field, Frederick K 181 

Field, George W., (battery F, 1st regiment 

R. I light art.) 248 

Field, George W. , (4th R. I. inf.) 2.32 

Field, Jacob A 34 

Field, Joseph F 1 33 

Field, Lucius 207 

Field, Samuel B 14 

Field, Samuel W 256 

Fields, Daniel W 296 

Fields, George W 232 

Fields. J. Russell 248 

Fifield, Edson II !>9 

Fifield, William A 143 

Filer, Charles W 261 

Files. James R 35 

Fillebrowu, Charles B 55 

Fillebrowu. George M 121 

Fillebrown, James S 29 

Fillebrown, Oakes A 50 

aoriea C 175 

Finun, Bernard Francis 159 

Finch, Peter V 285 

Finlay, Dennison H 280 

Finley, John L 1 23 

Finnegass. Henry 11)7, 274 

Finnerty , Michael Aloysius 159 

Finney. Frank X 109 

Finuottv, Edward 159 

Fi.-h, Dyer B. X 192 

Fi>h. Hiram B 109 

Fish. Minor E 105 

Fish, Obed. M 132 

Fish, Simeon G 20.") 

Fish. William S .• 258 

Fisher, Abel W 103 

Fisher. Charles E 227 

Fisher, Charles G 103 

Fisher, George A., (23d Mass. inf.) 183 

Fisher, George A., (11th Conn, inf.) 277 

Fisher. Lewis W 103 

Fisher, Lucius D 57 

Fisher, Paul M 

Fisher, Preston 58 

Fisher. Theodore W., (44th Mas*, inf.) 216 

Fisher, Theodore W., (G2d Mass. inf.) 234 

Fisher, William J 156 

Fisher. William W 166 

Fi>k, Cyras M 90 

Fisk, Daniel M 80 

Fi^k, Edwin W 166 

Fisk, Frank S 68 

Fisk, Je>>e A 87 

Fisk. John M 

Fisk. Samuel 283 

Fisk. Wiibur D ' 282 

Fiske, Edward A 197 

Fiske, Ephraim 66 

Fiske, George A., jr ..126 

Fiske. Henry B 229 

Fi-ke, John W 231 

Fiske, Joseph .E 132 

Fiske, Stephen W : .247 

Fiske, William O 199 

Fitch, Alwood , 39 

Fitch, Andrew G 293 

Fitch. Everett S 74 

Fitch, J. A ^13 



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IXDEX OF NAMES. 



Fiteh, Joseph "B 45 

Pitch, Walter 267 

Fitch, William G 260 

Fitts. H. C 241 

Fitts, Henry C 242 

Fitzgerald, Edward 159 

Fitzgerald, Gerald 151 

Fitzgerald, John 38 

Fitzgibbons, Richard 273 

Fitzgibbons, Thomas 273 

Fitzpatrick, Edmund H 193 

Fitzpatrick, James W 159 

Flagg, Algernon S 209 

Flagg, Cassander 169 

Flagg, Frank G 48 

Flagg, George W„ (2d Vt. inf.) 99 

Flagg, George W., (1st Mass. cav.) 122 

Flagg, Joseph H 66 

Flagg, Samuel 187 

Flahertv, Nicolas Charles 160 

Flanders, Alonzo B 252 

Flanders. Daniel J., (1st N. H. h. art.) 66 

Flanders, Daniel J.. (3d N. II. inf.) 70 

Flanders, George A 80 

Flanders, George C- - 74 

Flanders, George W I 107 

Flanders, Robert K 91 

Flanicran, James 4- 128 

Fleming. Charles K 94 

Fleming, James ] 93 

Fleming. Nathaniel 181 

Fletcher, Aaron S 155 

Fle'eher, Abuer W 52 

Fletcher. Alfred 50 

Fletcher. Edward F 52 

Fletcher, George A 228 

Fletcher, Henrv A 119 

Fletcher. Henrv F 230 

Fletcher, He-nry J 279 

Fletcher. James 101 

Fletcher. James F. W 80 

Fletcher, Joel W 179 

Fletcher. John W 215 

Fletcher. Samuel J 167 

Fletcher, Samuel If 256 

Fletcher. Samuel W 201 

Fletcher, Stephen C 11, 23 

Fletcher. Stephen R 189 

Fletcher. Warren H 75 

Fletcher, William H 149 

Fleurv. Alvin G 94 

Fleur'v. William D 95 

Flint,' Aimer N Ill 

Flint. Benjamin M 21 

Flint. Edward A 121 

Flint. Henry A 69 

Flint. Henry C 93 

Flood, James W 74 

F'.ovd. Andrew 206 

Floyd, Horace W 101 

Flynn, Christopher 283 

Fivnn. Frank C 64 

Flynn, Michael 159 

Flynn. William H 194 

\hnoii L 41 

Andrew J 70 

Fogg, Benjamin F 73 

Fogg, George \V 11 

Foee, John H 23 

Fogg. Leander W 76 

Fogler, Prentiss M 45 



Fogler, William H 43 

Foley, James 289 

Foley, John, (57th and 59th Mass. infan- 
try) 229,232 

Foley, John, (9th Conn, inf.) 273 

Filey , John H., (2d Mass. h. art.) 1.32 

Foley, John H., (13th Mass. inf.) 166 

Foley, Lawrence 80 

Folger, Isaac H 231 

Follansbe, Albert S 155 

Follansbee, Joseph 209 

Follett, Dexter H 141 

Follett, William H , 141 

Follusbee, George S 130 

Folsom, Charles A 185 

Folsom, Charles W 177 

Folsom, Henry M 23 

Folsom, James C 30 

Folsom, Melville M 31 

Foot, Ralph C 290 

Foote. Ebenezer H 277 

Foote, Henry S 94 

Forbes, Arthur P 187 

Forbes, Cornelius H 105 

Forbes, Frank II 216 

Forbes, Joseph B 14 

Forbes, Nathan 152 

Forbes, William H., (1st Mass. cav. ) 121 

Forbes, William H., C2d Mass. cav.) 123 

Forbdsh, Gustavus A 86 

Ford, Augustus 214 

Ford, Charles W 2 

Ford, George O 110 

Ford, John F 221 

Ford, Roger M., (8th Conn, inf.) 271 

Ford, Roger M., (8th Conn, inf.) 271 

Ford, William P 259 

Fordham, Elbert H 199 

Forehand, Walter 167 

Forrest, Frederick D 173 

Forrest, George 164 

Forslow, Otto L 248 

Fonter, Edward S 6 

\V%im A 87 

Foskit, George H 294 

Foss, Charles H 187 

Foss, Fernando C 14 

Foss. Francis II 43 

my M 134 

auel S 81? 

Fo>s, Walter 23 

Foster, Albert H 187 

Foster, Asa G 119 

Foster, Benjamin F 31 

Foster, Charles G 291 

Foster, Charles H 31 

Foster. Daniel, (10th Vt. inf.) 114 

>aniel, (33d Mass. inf.) 2C2 

Foster, Daniel B 223 

Foster, Daniel S 110 

I > . i v i s • 185 

Foster, Edward L 94 

Foster, Elihu S 109 

Foster, Enoch, jr 35 

Foster, Enoch J 155 

Foster, George P •. 103 

orgs W 143 

Foster, Henry E 110 

Foster, .! ohn D 1 97 

cph M 105 

Foster, M. S. . jr 169 



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45 



Foster, Nathaniel H 1ST 

Foster, Phineas 1 

Foster, Sidney H 94 

Foster, Stephen B 31 

Foster, Theodore S 179 

Foster, Thomas, (1 at Me. h. art. ) 5 

Foster, Thomas, (3d Me. inf.) 14 

Foster, Thomas YV 171 

Fester, Ward L .^ 156 

Foster. William H # 57 

Foster, William W 92 

Pewle, William B., jr 215 

Fowler, Blake 85 

Fowler, De Grasse, jr 265 

Fowler, Douglass, (8th Conn. Inf.) 271 

Fowler, Douglass, (17th Conn. Inf.) 287 

Fowler, Edwin W., (.Oth Me. inf.) 89 

Fowler, Edwin W., (29th Me. iuf.) 55 

Fowler, Frank 290 

Fowler, Hadlev B 85 

Fowler, Henry" P 130 

Fowler, James H 191 

Fowler, James N.,(4th Afcinf.) 17 

Fowler, James X., (14th Me. inf.)..., 36 

Fowler, James X., (26th Me. inf.) 52 

Fowler, .Morton W 135 

Fowler, Nathan 39 

Fowler, Royal A 275 

Fowler, Thomas B 275 

Fox, Augustas 8 

Fox, Charles P,., (3d Man. cav.) 123 

Fox, Charles B., (13th Man. iuf.) MM 

Fox, Frederick X 282 

Fox, George L 261 

Fox, Henry O 31 

Fox, Henry P., (30th Maaa. inf.) 197 

Fox , 1 1 enry P. , (34th Mass. inf.) 203 

Fox, Horace 156 

Fox, James A 166 

Fox, John A 150 

Fox, Lorenzo S 189 

Fox, Thomas B.,jr 151 

Foy, Thomas 250 

Foye, John W 164 

Fozier, Alphonso A 6 

Francis, Daniel G- 269 

Francis, Frederick A 223 

Francis, James ISO 

Francis, James L 279 

Francis, John A 288 

Francis, Thomas 179 

Frankan -Nathan 279 

FranklanTl, William M 242 

Fraukle, Jones, (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Frankle, Jones, (17th Mass. inf.) 171 

Franklin, Alvin B 1,10 

Franklin, Henry L / 100 

Fraser, Warren 11 

Frask, Frank A 107 

Fraser, Alexander 68 

Frazer, John D 180 

Frazer, Milton 21 

Frazier, Isaac 21, 21 

Frederick, John H 71 

Frederick, Martin W 27 

Freeborn, Benjamin 248 

Freeman, A lbert W 30 

Freeman, Hartwell W 212 

Freeman, Jason E 119 

Freeman, John M 8 

Freeman, Joseph H., (14th Me. inf.) 36 



Freeman. Joseph H., (23d Me. inf.) 49 

Freeman, Joshua . \':>7 

Freeman, William P 35 

Freeman, William T 227 

Freese, John W 24 

Freeze, Daniel W 21 

French, Aaron F 98 

French, Albert S 58 

French, Allen D 291 

French, Charles G 118 

French, Charles W .-.140 

French, Daniel F 228 

French, Edward B 211 

French, Edwin W 258 

French, George B 103 

French, George F 110 

French, George H 165 

French, George O 95 

French, Harmon B 284 

French, Hartwell S 55 

French, Henry A. L 85 

French, Henry H 109 

French, Horace 101 

French, James S 78 

French, John C 80 

French, John F 290 

French J[ohn S 20 

French^Dnas H 197 

French^Joseph P Ug 

French, Luther P 45 

French, Moses 3 

French, Nathaniel, jr 201 

French, Nathaniel W 224 

French, Thomas 128 

French, Wilson , 287 

Frickett, George L 13 

Friese, John 243 

Frisbie, Alvah L 289 

I njamin C 5 

Frost, Benjamin W 189 

Frost, Carlton P 118 

Frost, Charles E 84 

Frost, Clarence C 31 

Frost, Edwin B 114 

Frost, Edwin R., (3d Mass. h. art.) 134 

Frost, Edwin R., (13th Mass. Inf.) 166 

Frost, George W 88 

Frost, Henry M 109 

Frost, Nathaniel 202 

Frost, William S 154 

Frothinghain, Frauk E 135 

Frothingham, Ward B 232 

Fry, Thomas W 243 

Frye, Frank F 63 

Frye, Frederick 4 273 

Frye, William H. H 31 

Fullam, Beuone B 108 

Fullam, Volney S 100, 109 

Fuller, Andrew L 167 

Fuller, Arthur B 169 

Fuller, Austin W 114 

Fuller, Benjamin F 1 79 

Fuller, Benjamin H 101 

Fuller, Charles A 31 

Fuller, Charles J 280 

Fuller, Charles L 77 

Fuller, Frederick J Ill 

Fuller, George 22 

Fuller, George H 285 

Fuller, George S - • 15 

Fuller. Gustavus A 191 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Fuller, He^ry A 198 

Fuller, Henry D 2 

Fu;ler, Henry YV., (4th N. H. inf.) 72 

Fuller, Henry W., (16th N. H. inf.) 90 

Fuller, J. Milton 209 

Fuller, James E 277 

Fuller, James G 181 

Fuller, Joseph 45 

Fuller, Josi ah *C 200 

Fuller. Lewis O 189 

Fuller, Lewis P 117 

Fuller, Mandel M 5 

Fuller, Nehemiah P. , (2d Mas*, h. art.) 132 

Fuller, Nehemiah P., (17th Mass. inf.) 171 

Fuller, Samuel A 1 

Fuller, Silas M 17 

Fuller, Warren A..... 127 

Fullerton, David B 53 

Fullerton, John 73 

Fullerton. William 244 

Fulton, David W 176 

Fulton, John C 37 

Furbesh, James C. M 27 

Furbish, Edward B 51 

Furbish, George W 45 

Furbish, Nehemiah T 30 

Furlong, Ruel W ^.....22 

Gaffney, Harrison W. ... 133 

(»affney, John C 181 

Gafnev. Charles B 86 

Gage, Daniel P 202 

Gage, Henry P , 91 

Gage, Hiram C 58 

Gage, William W 94 

Gale, George F 110 

Gale, George S 93 

Gale, Lyman C 114 

Gale. Kirlus E 85 

Gale, Walter 167 

Gallager. Fanell H 274 

Gallagher, Charles A 273 

Gallagher, James 103 

Gallagher, James E 159 

Gallisou, William II 9 

Galloupe, Isaac F 171 

Gallup, Edward 290 

Gallup, Loren A 295 

Galpine, Charles W 282 

Galueia, Warren B 228 

Gammel, Albert M 164 

Gammell, Lorino D 136 

Gammcll, William 271 

Gammons. John G 236 

Gamwell, Harlow 123 

Gannon, William J 80 

Garcelon, Charles A 39 

Gardener, William C 280 

Gardiner. Alexander 87 

Gardiner, Cornelius S 76 

Gardiner, George F 269 

Gardiner, Stephen D 158 

Gardner, Calvin R 5 

Gardner, Charles II 83 

G arduer, Charles N 201 

Gardner, Clarence T 243 

Gardner, George W 185 

Gardner. Harrison 217 

Gardner! Nelson H 161 

Gardner, Ira B 36 

Gardner, Isaac L 75 

Gardner, R. J 204 



Gardner, William H 36 

Gardner, William H., jr 197 

Garey, Andrew J., (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Garey, Andrew J. , (12th Mass. inf.) 165 

Gargan, Thomas J 221 

Garland, Charles P 43 

Garland, Joseph P 47 

Garlick, Charles R 223 

Garlick, Reuben L 212 

Garnsey , Frd» A 14 

Garvey, Patrick 273 

Garvie, John B 149 

Garvin Paul C 5 < 4 th Mass ' cav " ) V28 

l*ai\ in, I aul U, f (40th M<MA |n£ } 2J2 

Garvin, Paul C. , (51st Mass. inf.) 225 

Gaslin, John S 13 

Gatehel. Prince A 5 

Gatehell, Moses W 168 

Gates, Clarence D 92 

Gates, Church E 23 

Gates, Horace P 272 

Gates, Rodney C 109 

Gatewood, Charles 275 

Gault, Samuel .210 

Garvin, Michael F 230 

Gavitt, Albert L 265 

Gay, Henry A 285 

Gay, Leonard A 72 

Gaylord, Charles H 280 

Gaylord, Noah M 166 

Gaylord, William A 253 

Gelray, Joseph W 136, 229 

Gelroy, Joseph W 150 

Gentleman, Joseph 49 

George, Albert 146 

George, Allen H 84 

George, George W 74 

George, Harrison B 94 

George, James W., (33d Mass. inf.") 202 

George, James W., (56th Mass. inf.) , 228 

George, Jesse E 78 

George, John F 150 

George, Jonah 76 

George, Plinev M 167 

Gerrish, Charles W., (23d A/e.inf.) 49 

Gerrish, Charles W., (29th Me. inf.) 55 

Gerrish, George A 66 

Gerrish, Henry G 268 

Gerrish, William L 44 

Gerry. Lucius S H 8 

Gerty, William H 200 

Gesner, George A # 267 

Getchell, Alfred E 110 

Getchell, Daniel L. » 171 

Getchell, Edward L., (2d Me. inf.) 14 

Getchell, Edward L., (31st Me. inf.) 58 

Getchell, Frank H 15 

Getchell, George C 46 

Getchell, John M 53 

Getchell, Sebastian P 76 

Getchell, Stdlman P 12 

Getchells, George 16 

Gibbon, Elijah W 283 

Gibbons, Elijah W 260 

Gibbons, Henry 279 

Gibbs, ElishaJ 137 

Gibbs, Joseph 158 

Gibbs, Oliver A 91 

Gibbs, Peleg H 252 

Gibbs, Walter S 293 

Gibson, Andrew J 61 



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Gibson, Francis N 82 | 

Gibson, Gardner W 120 

Gibson, George W 180 

Gibson, James, (1st Lt. 57th and 59th Mass. 

inf. ) 229, 23-2 

Gibson, James, (Capt. 59th Mass. inf.) 232 

Gibson, James. ( 12th Mass. inf.) 1(36 

Gibson, Lucius 13 •. 5 

Gibson, William 205 

Gid'lings, Benjamin F 120 

Giddings, Edward L 212 

Giddiugs, George H 70 

Gifford, Frederick S 134 

Gifford, George \1 156 

Gifford, Obed II 250 

Gifford, Thomas J 236 

Gifford, William M 125 

Gilbert, Hamilton 8 115 

Gilbert, Jesse 15 293 

Gilbert, John B 267 

Gilbert, Levi C 267 

Gilbert. Milton L 109 

Gilbert, Nelson B., (1st Conn. h. art.) 261 

Gilbert, Nelson B., (3d batt'y Conn, light 

artillery) 264 

Gilbert, Raphael 269 

Gilbert, Smith S 277 

Gilbert. Sylvester G 280 

Gilbert, Thomas S., (1st Conn. h. art.) 260 

Gilbert. Thomas S., (3d batt'y Conn, light . 

artillerv) 264 

Gilbreth, 'Samuel G 148 

Gile, Daniel 72 

Gile, William A 91 

Giles. Eleazer, (8th Mass. inf.) 158 

Giles, Eleazer, (2d co. Mass. inf.) 235 

G lies, Isaac W 156 

Giles. Joseph J 211 

Giltillan, Thomas, (46th Mass. inf.) 219 

Gilfillan, Thomas, (59th Mass. inf.) 232 

Gilford. Elhridge W 130 

Gill. Elijah B 149 

Gill, Henry B 269 

Gillespie, James 55 

Gillespie, William L 3 

Gillett, Cornelius 260 

Gillett. Edward A ". 261 

Gillett, Heman H Ill 

Gillett. Henry '. 119 

Gillis, George H 86 

Gillman. Samuel L 15 

Gillpatriek, James F 73 

Gilmaii, Charles H '23 

Gilmau. George E 64 

Gilman, J. S 291 

Gilman, John H 162 

Gilman, John T 48 

Gilman, Samuel L 63 

Gihnore, Asa D 66 

Gilmore, Byron C 58 

Gilmore, Charles D 23,45 

Gilmore, Henry 120 

Gilmore, Homer G 161 

Gilmore, Othniel 156 

Gilmore, Otis 62 

Gilmore-, Patrick, (57th Mass. inf. ) 230 

Gilmore, Patrick. (24th Conn, inf.) 293 

Gilmore, Robert W 36 

Gilson, Andrew J 266 

Giun. Frederick B 21 

Gird, Joseph W., (36th Mass. inf.) 207 



Gird, Joseph W. , (57th Mass. inf.) 229 

Gitchell, George H 241 

Gladding, C. F 245 

Gladding, Henry F 247 

Gladding. Munro H 245 

Gla.-eke, Herman, (lbt Conn. h. art.) 260 

Glaseke, Herman, (22d Conn, inf.) 291 

William C 129 

Classed, John 164 

Glasson, Samuel 271 

Glazier, F 11 

Glazier, Franklin 23 

Glazier, N. Newton 94 

Glazier, Orlan D 290 

Gleason, Charles W., (2d 7?. /. inf. ) 251 

Gleason, Charles W., (1st Conn. h. art.) 260 

Gleason, Daniel H. L 121 

Gleason, Francis A 100 

Gleason, Fred. F 105 

Gleason, Isaac C 293 

Gleason, Jerome *: 105 

Gleason, Sanfurd B 223 

Gleason, Uzzial 243 

Gleason, William 148 

Gleeson, William 273 

Glidden, Barker B 36 

Glidden, Jasper F 126 

Glidden, Oakman F 3 

Glidden, Samuel II 45 

Glover, Alfred R 227 

Glover, John W 129 

Glover, Thomas B 17 

Glover, Thomas G 242 

Glynn, James 135 

Goddard, Alfred M .■ 272 

Goddard, Elisha F 33 

Goddard, Henry P 282 

Goddard. John 1 

Goddard, John D. B 127 

Goddard, John H 1 

Goddard, Joseph M 167 

Goddard, Lewis W 161 

Goddard, Wharton H 294 

Godfrey, Alfred C 45 

Godfrey, George M 292 § 

Godfrey, J. Frank 7 

Hodfrey, James A 5 

Godfrey, John F 69 

Godf roy , John F 3 

Godwin, A. B 33 

Godwin, Ajalon 37 

Goff, Alonzo 58 

Goff, Christian 295 *" 

Goff, Nathan, jr 251 

Goff, Orlando S 275 

Gold, Edward F 262 

G»lder, Henry W 54 

Goldermann, Augustus 41 

Goldsmith, Sandlorth K 232 

Goldthwait, John C 11, 20, 23 

Goldthwaite, Joseph A 183 

Gollupf Frederick 271 

Goodal, Walter S 18 

Goodale, C. Wesley 192 

Goodale, Charles L 207 

Goodale, Joshua C 133 

Goodall, Packard P 101 

Goodell, Arthur A T 207 

Goodell, Henry H 294 

Goodell, Henrv O 285 

Goodell, John B \ 225 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Gooderich, Elam T 271 

Goodhue, Charles E 119 

Goodhue, Freeman 52 

Gooding, Oliver P 199 

Goodman, Lewis H 273 

Goodnow, Edgar W 127 

Goodrich, Alonzo E 209 

Goodrich, Daniel F 31 

Goodrich, George E 203 

Goodrich, Henry R 69 

Goodrich, Isa B 179 

Goodrich, James W 60 

Goodrich, John E 93 

Goodrich, Milo J 271 

Goodrich, William 94 

Goodrich, William, jr 284 

Goodspeed, Nelson 116 

Goddspeed, Samuel A 207 

Goodwin, Almon 43 

Goodwin, Amaziah N 28 

Goodwin, Amos G • 35 

Goodwin, David M 101 

Goodwin, Edwin N 293 

Goodwin, Francis E 187 

Goodwin, Frank. (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Goodwin, Frank, (29th Mass. inf.) 195 

Goodwin, George F 75 

Goodwin, Henry J ...53 

Goodwinj John, jr 184 

Goodwin, John A 131 

Goodwin, John N 229 

Goodwin, Leonard P 258 

Goodwin, Levi F., (3d R. I. h. art.) ..: 244 

Goodwin. Levi F., (5th R. I. h. art.) 245 

Goodwin. Lewis B 19 

Goodwin, Richard C 151 

Goodwin, Samuel G 76 

Goodwin, Thomas W 171 

Goodwin, William 238 

Goodyear, Ellsworth D. S., (Lieut. Col.) ....275 

Goodyear. Ellsworth D. S., (Captain) 275 

Goodyear, Luzerne L 293 

Good year. Wilbur F 269 

Gordon, Charles H 242 

£ Gordon, Charles O 1 

Gordon, EdwardF 85 

Gordon, George H 150 

Gordon, George W 69 

Gordon, Jason 43 

Gordon, Leonard, (3d Mass. h. art.) 134 

Gordon, Leonard, (11th Mass. int.) 163 

Gordon, Seth C 35 

• Gordon, Stephen R 43 

Gordon, William 88 

Gordon. William C 32 

Gore, Henry W 202 

Gore, Lorenzo D -<54 

Gore| Rausom O 117 

Gorham, George W.. (1st Mass. cav.) 122 

Gorham, George W., (46th Mass. inf.) 219 

Gorham, J. Martin 214 

Gorham, James T .<...112 

Gorham, Seneca L ...294 

Gorman, Dennis J 221 

Gorton, George O 244 

Gorton, Samuel ' 130 

Gorton, Thomas W 255 

Goss, Charles, (15tf Vt. inf.) 118 

Goss, Charles, (21st Mass. inf.) 180 

Goss, Christopher 279 

Goss, Enoch W 5 86 



Goss, James M 136 

Goss, Story N J 12 

Gosse, George O 51 

Gottlieb, Joseph 195, 206 

Goud, Edward F 50 

Gouge, George S 285 

Goul(L Albert H. • 97 

Gould; Augustus L 214 

Gould, Charles G 95, 105 

Gould, Edward F 110 

Gould, Ezra P 229, 232 

Gould, Frank M \ . .250 

Gould, George F 4 139 

Gould, George W 112 

Gould, Gilman T 68 

Gould, J. Parker, (13th Mass. inf.) 166 

Gould, J. Parker, (59th Mass. inf.) 232 

Gould, John B 255 

Gould, JohnH 243 

Gould, John M., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Gould, John M., (29th Me. inf.) 55 

Gould, Joseph F 153 

Gould, Joseph J 64, 239 

Gould, Lyman W 125 

Gould, Noah 53 

Gould, Samuel, jr 26 

Gove, Francis B 1 03 

Gove, George S 74 

Gove, J. A 182 

Gove, James W 258 

Gove, Wesley A 125 

Grace, James 105 

Graffam, George W 19 

Graffam, Stephen 41 

Grafton. J. Ingersoll 151 

Gragg, Isaac P 233 

Graham, Charles C, (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Graham, Charles G, (29th Me. inf. ) 55 

Graham, Edward 131 

Graham, Ira A 283 

Graham, James 188 

Graham, James S 28 

Graham. James W 273 

Graham, Malcolm 163 

Graham, Lewis 119 

Graham. William W. . . , 211 

Grammer, William T 154 

Granett, Clement C 231 

Granger, Alberts., (5th Conn, inf.) 265 

Granger, Albert S., (18th Conn, inf.; 288 

Granger, Brownell 163 

Granger, David A : 164 

Granger, G. Fred 27 

Granger, Henry H 144 

Granger. James N 250 

Granger, Reed B 125 

Granger, Salmon A 262 

Granger, William A 27 

Granniss, Samuel H 279 

Grant, Eben 93 

Grant, Elihu 152 

Grant, Frederick 132 

Grant, George H •. 245 

Grant, George W 6 

Grant, Hiram L 267 

Grant, Joseph W 37 

Grant, Lewis A 106 

Grant, Sanford W 234 

Grantman, William 86 

Graper. Frank S 220 

Graves, Charles E 38 



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Graves, Cyrus E 202 

( ; raves, E. Emmons 280 

G raves, Edward 185 

Graves, Edward H 161 

Graves, Eugene E : 271 

Graves, Jenvrin R 74 

Graves, Samuel C.^Pth Mass. inf.) 158 

Graves, Samuel C, (27th co. Mass. inf.) 238 

Gray, Albert Z 1 27 

Gray, Austine 279 

Gray. Charles C 247 

Gray, Charles S 284 

Gray, Clarendon W 44 

GraV, Francis E 209 

Gray, Franklin E 25 

Gray, George C 148 

Gray, George F 75 

Gray, Henry A 27 

Gray, John 113 

Gray, John C, jr '. 126 

Gray, Joseph M 52 

Gray, Miles 264 

Gray, Robert A 209 

Gray, Robert J 28 

Gray, Sahford G 107 

Gray, Sewell C 21 

Gray, Sylvester F 269 

Gray, Theodore 287 

Gray, Volney A 27 

Gray, William W 36 

Gray, Wilson 91 

Greaves, Benjamin L 275 

Gre; ley, Anthony N 7 

Greeley, Edwin S. 275 

Greeley, George P 72 

Greeley, James B 239 

Greeley, Jeremiah A * . . 172 

G reely, Edward N 51 

Greely, Jerre A 132 

Green, Chancy H 66 

Greeu. Chester W 156 

Green. Edwin 82 

Green, George A 57 

Green, George S 229 

Green, Henry, (30th Me. inf.) 57 

G reen, Henry, (7th co. Me. inf.) 62 

Green, James F 154 

Greeu, Jeremiah E 167 

Greeu, Jerome B 245 

Green, Job W 110 

Green, John 78 

Green, John A 185 

Green, John W 232 

Green, Lucius 107 

Green, Milbery 140 

Green, Milbrey 144 

Green, Rollin M 109 

Green, Samuel A 149, 185 

Green. Thomas 253 

Green, William H • 41 

Greene, Albert E 244 

Greene, Alpheus L 55 

Greene, Charles H., (4th R. I. inf.) 252 

Greene, Charles H., (4th R. I. inf.) 252 

Greene, Charles J 269 

Greene, Charles W 250 

Greene, FranciB C 197 

Greene, George W 244 

Greene, Jacob 82 

Greene, Richard 285 

Greene, Stephen E 132 

. 23 a 



Greene, William B 129 

Greene, William W. B., (1st R. I. cav.) 239 

Greene, William W. B., (2d R. I. cav.) 241 

Greenhaleyh, Charles B 17 

Greenhaleyh, Jabez B 17 

Greenleaf, Chester A 51 

Greenleaf, Edward E 97 

Greenleaf, Halbert S 226 

Greenleaf, Joseph W 140 

Greenleaf, Matthew N 76 

Greenleaf, Perry 11 

Greenleaf, Richard O 72 

Greenleaf, Westover 184 

Greenleaf, William L 92 

Greenough, William S 91 

Greer, Samuel 114 

Gregg, Charles C 99 

Gregg, James F 245 

Gregory, Elijah 287 

Gregory, John M 262 

Gregory, Samuel 292 

Grenier, J. A 11 

Grenier, J. Augustine 23 

Grenier, Joseph A 19 

Greswold, Elbridge H 115 

Grey, Andrew J 18 

Grey, Christopher C 18 

Grey, Clarence S 67 

Grey, Robert H 18 

Griffin, Andrew 1 

Griffin, Daniel 177 

Griffin, Henry J 76 

Griffin, Simon G 69, 76 

Griffin , William 45 

Griffith, Thomas B 152 

Griffiths, DavidP 289 

Griggs, Asel B 74 

Grimes, David E 219 

Grimes, John 7 

Grinnell, James S. C 252 

Grinsell. Joseph 275' 

Griswold, Adna Clifford 291 

Griswold, Charles E., (22d Mass. inf.) 181 

Griswold, Charles E., (56th Mass. inf.) 228 

Griswold, Edward F 94 

Griswold, Homer W 262 

Griswold, John 278 

Griswold, John M 216 

Griswold, Wait R 291 

Grogan, Andrew 267 

Gross, John R -.52 

Grosvenor, Joseph W., (3d R. I. h. art.) 243 

Grosvenor, Joseph W., (11th R. I. inf.) 255 

Grosvenor, William M 280 

Groush, Joseph S 146 

Grout, J. Willie 168 

Grout, Josiah, jr .= 92 

Grout, Luman M 110 

Grout, William W 118 

Grover, Abernethy 35 

Grover, Andrew J 92 

Grover, Charles E 126 

Grover, Robbins B 35,57 

Groves, Joseph 253 

Grow, Charles C 57 

Grubby, James 243 

Guernsey, William R 261 

Guild, Amasa 173 

Guild, CharleBE 248 

Guilford, Timothy _ 289 

Guiney, Patrick Robert 159 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Gunn, Niel 11 149 

Guppey, George F . 74 

Guptill, Emerson G 26 

Gurney, Fred. S 60 

Gurney, Fred. T 19 

Gurney, William H ...156 

Gushee, Almon H 58 

Gushee, Edward M 82 

Guyer, Guy H., (9th Vt.inf.) 112 

Guyer, Guy H., (L7th Ft. inf.) 120 

Gwinn, Wi'lliam H 129 

Hacker, Rudolph 187 

Hackett, James H 38 

Hackett, John 243 

Haddock, Charles 158 

Hadley, Elbridge D 87 

Hadley, John N 155 

Hadlock, Wm. E 54 

Hagar, George E 161 

Hagen, Charles S -V70 

Hager, Henry S 23 

Haight, Thomas A .' 287 

Hakes, Dwight N r .288 

Hakes, Isaac W .288 

Haines, Dudley L 1 

Haines, Nestor 80 

Haines. Samuel W 205 

Hair, Charles N 136 

Halbert, John R 95 

Halbert, John S 112 

Hale, Charles A 74,74 

Hale, Charles S ...105 

Hale, Enos P *. 181 ' 

Hale, Frederick A 227 

Hale, Henry A 175 

Hale, Norton F 282 

Hale, Oscar A 107 

Hale, Wm. M., (3d Mass. h. art.) 134 

Hale, Wm. M., (7th Mass. inf.) 156 

Haley, Charles F 253 

Haley, Eben D 7 

Haley, George W 2 

Haley, Henry B 64 

Haley, John T 198 

Haley, Wm. D., (3d Me. inf.) 15 

Haley, Wm. D., (17th Mass. inf.) 171 

Hall, A. F.F 36 

Hall, Albert B 15 

Hall, Alfred G 273 

Hall, Alfred J 155 

Hall, AlvinE 173 

Hall, AlvinS '. 24 

Hall. Arthur 133 

Hall, Austin H 101 

Hall, Benjamin F 88 

Hall, Benjamin L 245 

Hall, Charles B., (25th Me. inf.) 51 

Hall, Charles B., (30th Me. inf.) 57 

Hall, Charles P 87 

Hall, Charles W 292,292 

Hall, Daniel K 115 

Hall, EbenP 261 

Hall, Edward 110 

Hall, Edward B 189 

Hall, Edward H 216 

Hall, Edward K 47 

Hall, Elmer J 92 

Hall, Enos A 277 

Hall, Ephraira A.Jr 175 

Hall,ErwinD 271 

Hall, Francis P 14 



Hall, Freeman 53 

Hall, George A 200 

Hall, George F 220 

Hall, George L 58, 60 

Hall, George R 105 

Hall, George W., (24th Me. inf.) 50 

Hall, George W., (12th N. H. inf.) 85 

Hall, Henry C, (1st Me. cav.) 1 

Hall, Henry C., (8th Conn, inf.) 272 

Hall, Henry L 275 

Hall, Henry T 203 

Hall, Hiram H 93 

Hall, Horace P 112 

Hall, Hubbard W 86 

Hall, Jacob 68 

Hall, James A 7 

Hall, James E 6 

Hall, James L 129 

Hall, James N 227 

Hall, Jeremiah F 88 

Hall, John, (27th Me. inf.) 53 

Hall, John, (32d Me. inf.) 60 

Hall, John, (4th Mass. inf.) 153 

Hall, John H 284 

Hall, John S 167 

Hall, Jordan M., (1st batt, Me. inf.) 13 

Hall, Jordan M., (,17th Me. inf.) 41 

Hall, Joseph P 118 

Hall, Josiah 92 

Hall, Nathaniel B 117 

Hall, Richard P 140 

Hall, Stacy W 82 

Hall, Theron E 179 

Hall, Thomas, (2d Conn. h. art.) 262 

Hall, Thomas, (14th Conn, inf.) 282 

Hall, Thomas S 54 

Hall, William F 252 

Hall, William G 1'3 

Hall, William II. H 107 

Hall, William K •. 287 

Hall, William W 245 

Hall, Winthrop H., (9th Me. inf.) 27 

Hall, Winthrop H., (,23d Me. inf.) 49 

Hall, Woodbury 15 

Hallenback, Nicholas S 260 

Hallett, Joseph L 199 

Hallgreen, Henry J 215 

Halliday, Frank S 250 

Hallock, George W 50 

Hallowell, Edward 177 

Hallowell, NorwoodP. :.177 

Ham, John 31 

Ham, John S. P i 35 

Ham, Penuel C 78 

Ham, William P 85 

Ham, William R 60 

Hamblen, Samuel 15 

Hamblett, Samuel H 142 

Hamilton, Augustine L 155 

Hamilton, Charles M 182 

Hamilton, David B 265 

Hamilton, Eugene A 105 

Hamilton, John A 76 

Hamilton, Robert 201 

Hamilton, Samuel C 19 

Hamilton, Theodore E 271 

Hamilton, William, (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Hamilton, William, (5th Conn, inf.) 265 

Hamilton, William H 117 

Hamilton, William W 244 

Hamlin, A. C 14 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



51 



Hamlin, Charles 5 

Hamlin, Charles H 145 

Hamlin, Charles H. J 249 

Hammer, William H 244 

Hammett, Charles D 242 

Hammett, William F, 70 

Hammond, Charles C . . . .' 118 

Hammond, ( 'lovis E 268 

Hammond, Daniel W 183 

Hammond. B. O 101 

Hammond, Franklin P 231 

Hammond, James S 171 

Hammond, John H 257 

Hammond. Joseph B 60 

Hammond, Philip N 145 

Hammond, Stephen F 115 

Hamner, William H ^ 243 

Hauchet, Henry 109 

Hancock, James B 174 

Hancock, John 224 

Hancock, Joseph 207 

Handley, Aaron C 155 

Handy, Daniel G 105 

Hanks, George .279 

Haul y. Christopher C L73 

Hauley, Christopher F # 134 

Hanlcy, Patrick Thomas 159 

Hanna, Marcus A 133 

Hannabl.', Thomas II ] 89 

Hanning, J. D 241 

Hanning, James 150 

Hanning, Merrill B 38 

Hanover, George B 214 

Hauscom, John \V 76 

Hanscom, Sanford 31 

Hanscom, Theodore 76 

Hanscom, William C 244 

Hauscomb, Nathaniel , . . 16 

Hansom, Benjamin B 43 

Hanson, Albert J % f>8 

Hanson. Charles N 211 

Hanson, George S 78 

Hanson, James W 129 

Hanson, John N 155 

Hanson, Jonathan B 129 

Hapgood, Charles E 74 

Hapgood, John H 141 

Harbeek, Estus W 252 

Harding, Coleman 27 

Harding. Henry A 214 

Harding. William B . . .• 221 

Hardy, Alpheus H 217 

Hardy, Anthony C 91 

Hardy, E. A 241 

Hardy, Frederick P 76 

Hardy. James L 80 

Hardy, Joseph C 205 

Hardv, Milton H 86 

Hare, Thomas O 169 

Harrigan, Michael 209 

Harkins, Hiram W 294 

Harkness, Elijah A 187,225 

Harkness, George C 247 

Harland, Edward 272 

Harley, William H 231 

Harlow, Americus D 36 

Harlow, Augustine 166 

Harlow, Franklin P 156 

Harlow, J. Leonard 82 

Harlow, Joseph S 58 

Harlow, Roscoe L 50 



Harlow, "William f 179 

Harmon, Addison G 77 

Harmon, Alpheus K - 165 

Harmon, Frank L 1 53 

Harmon, George M 260 

Harmon, Levi W 55 

Harmount, George A 279 

Harmount, William R 296 

Harnden, Charles A 82 

Harper, William H 212 

Harraden, Willard N 82 

Hawaii, William W ' 273 

Harriman, Benjamin F 36 

Harriman, David C, (11th N. H. inf.) 84 

Harriman, David C, (18th N. H. inf.) 91 

Harriman, David S 33 

Harriman, Darius G 83 

Harriman, James L 166 

Harriman, Walter 84, 34 

Harrington, Caleb B 255 

Harrington, Calvin N 225 

Harrington, Clark 295 

Harrington, Ephraim W .' 99 

Harrington, Fernando C 102 

Harrington, Henry 163 

Harrington, J. V 288 

Harrington, John 154 

Harrington, Joseph L 195 

Harrington, Robert C 228 

Harrington, Samuel 187 

Harriugton, William F 191 

Harrington, William H.,(lst Me. inf.) 10 

Harrington, William H., (20th Me. inf.) 45 

Harris, Alburn P 19 

Harris, Benjamin F 21 

Harris, Charles O 295 

Harris, Erastus N 209 

Harris, Henry A 169 

Harris, James, <2d R. I. inf.) 251 

Harris, James, (7th 11. 1, inf.) 252 

Harris, John L 164 

Harris, Robert 171 

Harris, Roswell C 47 

Harris, Stephen S 220 

Harris, Thomas W 51 

Harris, William 2 

Harris, William, jr 125 

Harris, William C 258 

Harris, William L 109 

Harrison, Hart L 296 

Harrod, Benjamin C 129 

Harrold, Christopher W 66 

Hart, AlvinH 265 

Hart, CharlesA 183 

Hart, Charles R 276 

Hart, Edward W 283 

Hart, EliR 95 

Hart, Isaac C 183 

Hart, James N 155 

Hart, Samuel C, (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Hart, Samuel C, (23d Mass. inf.) 183 

Hart, Thomas B. 233 

Hart, William H 130 

Hart, William W 282 

Hartley, Henry 349 

Hartnett, William J 221 

Hartshorn, EldenJ :118 

Hartshorn, Eldin J 120 

Hartshorn, Harry L .185 

Hartwell, Alfred S 216 

Hartwell, Cephas L 143 



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Hartwell, Samuel C 210 

Harvey, Allen N £84 

Harvey, George X 103 

Harvey, George W 16 

Harvey, John £87 

Harvey, Leonard 103 

Harvey, Leonard S 31 

Harvie, Robert B 223 

Haville, Joseph D 57 

Harwood, Charles F £84 

Harvvood, George N 207 

Harwood, Henry J . 83 

Harwood, Paul 2G0 

Hasey, Charles H., (2d Lieut.) 23 

Hasey, Charles H., {lit Lieut.) 24 

Haskell, Alfred 154 

Haskell, Augustus M 212 

Haskell, Charles B 16 

Haskell, Charles H., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Haskell, Charles H., (29th Me. inf.) 55 

Haskell, Charles W 112 

Haskell, Francis W - 43 

Haskell, George W 31 

Haskell, Horace C, (23d Me. inf.) 49 

Haskell, Horace C, (30th Me. inf.) 57 

Haskell, Isaac W., (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Haskell, Isaac W., (20th Me. inf.) 45 

Haskell, Orin S 2 

Haskell, Peter B 132 

Haskell, Thomas H 207 

Haskell, William G 132 

Haskell, William L 24 

Haskins, Kitteridge 119 

Haskins, William H 110 

Hassard, Robert G ~& 

Hassell, Robert 224 

Hasseltine, Frank S 35 

Hastings, Benjamin F 173 

Hastings, Charles W 1 65 

Hastings, Christopher S 207 

Hastings, David R 33 

Hastings, Gideon A 33, 33 

Hastings, Gorbam K., (26th Me. inf.) 52 

Hastings, Gorham K., (Me. coastguard batt.)..61 

Hastings, Joseph W 180,202 

Hastings, Thomas J 167 

Hasty, John H .' 38 

Haswell, Alvah R 92 

Hatch, Augustus 205 

Hatch, Benjamin F 220 

Hatch, Calvin 263 

Hatch, George H 107 

Hatch, George J 105 

Hatch, George M 156 

Hatch, Hiram E 48 

Hatch, Jerome B 92 

Hatch, Ossian L 269 

Hatch, William A 15 

Hatch, William D 181 

Hatfield, Samuel P 260 

Hathaway, Charles B 156 

Hathaway, Cyrus B 253 

Hathaway, George W 44 

Hathaway, James W 43 

Hathaway, Leonard 156 

Hathaway, William B 195 

Hantress, Warren A 5 

Haven, S. Foster 168 

Haven, William A., (16th N. H. inf.) 90 

Hfren, William A. , (18th N. H. inf.) 91 

Havener, Joseph L 217 



Havins, William H 259 

Haviland, Danfortb C 10L 

Haviland. Thomas P lfi.5 

Hawes, Benjamin 38 

Hawes, Edwin A 150 

Hawes, John A 152 

Hawes, John Q. A 43,43 

Hawes. Marcus M 150 

Hawes, MassenaB 206 

Hawes, Woodbridge R 152 

Hawkes, George P 179 

Hawkes, Timothy 171 

Hawkins, Frank 276 

Hawkins, George O 119 

Hawkins, Marshall P 70 

Hawkins, Seth C 17 

Hawkins, William G ■ 290 

Hawley, Charles H 285 

Hawlcy, Frederick B 282 

Hawley, Joseph R 269 

Hawley, Justus B 264 

Hawley, Samuel N 258 

Hawley, Theodore 289 

Hawley. William H 283 

HaAvxhurst, Joseph N 275 

Hay, Edv^ird S 189 

Hay, John S 27 

Haycock, Joel A 21 

Haycock, AVillis M 8 

Hayden, Frank B 156 

Hayden, Frank W 121 

Hayden, Jeremiah 41 

Hayden, Joseph L 209 

Hayden, Lester M 199 

Hayden, Nathaniel 285 

Hayden, Ri,chard E 264 

Hayden, Samuel S .•-" 294 

Hayden, Thomas L 269 

Hayden, William H 138 

Hayes, Albert W 77 

Hayes, Charles H 129 

Hayes, Calvin S 60 

Hayes, Elias W 1 36 

Hayes, F 241 

Hayes, Frank 164 

Hayes, Frederick, (27th Me. inf.) 53 

Hayes, Frederick, (30th Me. inf.) 57 

Hayes, Hanford N 287 

Hayes, John A 84 

Haves, Joseph 173 

Hayes, Martin 224 

Haynes, Edwin M 114 

Haynes, Elias E 189 

Haynes, Henry C 8 

Haynes, James L 293 

Haynes, John 83 

Haynes, Lucius M 8 

Haynes, William H 269 

Hayward, Alexander M 185 

Hay ward, Asa E 179 

Hayward, Charles H 183 

Hayward, Eben T., (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Hayward, Eben T., (21st Mass. inf., 179 

Havward, Henry 69 

Hayward, Henry J 236 

Hayward, Henry R 99 

Hayward, John McLean 165 

Hayward, Linus E 231 

Hayward, Nathan 177 

Hayward, Silas L , 68 

Hayward, William E. 149 



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Hayward, William W 35 j 

Haywood, Nathaniel E 92 

Hazard. Jeffrey -249 

Hazard, John G 246 

Hazel. Edwin 165 

Hazelton, John H 92 

Hazelton, Wesley 107 

Hazeltoue, Charles S 88 

Head, George H. L 83 

Head, John M 70 

Head, Grin M 80 

Heald, Alvah 77 

Heald, Benjamin F 27 

Heald, P. Sibley 207 

Heald, John A 2 

Heald, Josiah 19 

Healy, Cornelius 80 

Healy, John G 273 

Heard, Theodore J . .» 166 

Heard, William A 87 

Heath, Andrew M 85 

Heath, Charles E 229 

Heath, Christopher S 129 

Heath, Francis E., (3d Me. inf.) 15 

Heath, Francis E., (19th Me. inf.) 43 

Heath, Henry 163 

Heath. Horace 219 

Heath, Thorndiko P 84 

Heath, Truman L 66 

Heath, William II '.151 

Heath, William S 15,20 

Hebard, George T 97 

Hebard, Salmon B 97 

Hedge, William 216 

Heiutzclman, Rush B 214 

Hemenway, William W 173 

Hemingway, John 25 

Hemingway, L. G 260 

Hempstead, George B 263 

Hempstead, Henry E 196 

Henderson, George 242 

Henderson, Henry C 70 

Henderson, James P ^. . . 266 

Henderson, Robert 130 

Henderson, Robert B 166 

Henderson, Thomas A 78 

Henderson, William J 112 

Hendiey, John B 88 

Hendrick, Albert C 279 

Hendricks, Edwin F 260 

Hendricks, Eli F 261, 284 

Hendry. Edwin B 109 

Henneld, Amos 125 

Hennesy, James P 273 

Henries, Henry C 25 

Henry, George E 149 

Henry, Guv V 212 

Henry, Hugh .■ : 119 

Henry, J. Edwin 120 

Henry, James G 119 

Henry, James W 64 

Henry, William W., (2d Vt. inf.) 99 

Henry, William W., (10th Vt. inf.) 114 

Hepworth, George H 220 

Herbert. Charles H 90 

Herbert. Thomas, (3d Mass. h. art.) 134 

Herbert, Thomas, (8th Mass. inf.) 158 

Herehenroder, John 177 

Herrick, David W .• 121 

Herrick, Edgar E 109 

Herrick, Edward E 118 



Herrick, Henry P 89 

Kerrigan, Henry : 123 

Hersaucr, Anton 178 

Hersey, Albert J 90 

Hersey, Albion 41 

Hersey, Harvey 41 

Hersey, Philo 52 

Hersey, Roscoe F 5 

Hersey, W. Prince 48 

Hersum, George L 74 

Hervey, Horace E 277 

Hervey, James W .' 125 

Hervey, Samuel C f 130 

Hewett, James H. H 25 

Hewett, Marcus L 47 

Hewins, William G 174 

Harrison, James 265 

Heymer, J. C 234 

Hey wood, Charles A 6 

Heywood, Charles H 137 

Hibbard. Curtis A 112 

Hibbard, Edward L., (13th Fit. inf.) 116 

Hibbard, Edward L., (17th P*. inf.) 120 

Hibbard, Lansing E 178 

Hibbard. Newell II 110 

Hibbard, Oscar H 292 

Hichborn, Alexander 165 

Hickerson, Francis G 275 

Hickock, Nathan E 272 

Hicks. George 120 

Hicks, George A 167 

Hicks, Henry M 73 

Hicks, IraE 269 

Hicks, John A., jr 114 

Hicks, Sidney S 267 

Higgins, George W 185 

Higgins, George Z 38 

Higgins, James D 288 

Higgins, James T 233 

Higgins, Josiah B 85 

Higgins, Michael J 244 

Higgins, Phineas C 47 

Higgins, Rufus 239 

Higgins, SimeonjC 57 

Higgins, Sydney B 76 

Higgins, William H 15 

Higgins, William P 135 

Higginson, Henry L., (1st Mass. cav.) 121 

Higginson, Henry L., (2d Mass. inf.) 150 

Higginson, James J 121 

Higginson, Thomas W 225 

Higgs, William H 261 

High, Thomas 156 

Hight, Bradbury W 99 

Hight, Charles M 132 

Hight, Horatio 33 

Hight, Thomas 1,58 

Higley, Edwin H 92 

Hilbert, Joseph, ir 149 

Hildebrand, Gotl'ieb 267 

Hildreth, Charles S 39 

Hildreth, Charles T. P 212 

Hildreth, Joseph A 210 

Hildreth, Thaddeus 15 

Hill, Alfred J 70 

Hill, Albert Q 13 

Hill. Benjamin A 269 

Hill, Benjamin J 27 

Hill. Charles A #. 15 

Hill, Daniel G -.114 

Hill, E.K , R.137 



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Hill, Edwin R 350 

Hill, Frederick A 21 

Hill, George C 179 

Hill, George W Ill 

Hill, Henry 70 

Hill. Henry F 24 

Hill, Henry H 104 

1 Hill, Hollis B 62 

Hill, James : : 202 

Hill, James B 36 

Hill, JohnB ? 171 

Hill, John D ..'.... 53 

H il 1 , J o h n E • 176 

Hill, Jonathan A 31 

Hill, Joseph C 1 

Hill, Luke 27 

Hill, Lysander 45 

Hill, Theron D 276 

Hill, William, (35th Mass. inf.) 205 

Hill, William, v 7th R. I. iuf.) 253 

Hill. William A., (7th jy. H. inf.) 78 

Hill, William A., (19th Mass. inf.) 175 

Hill, William B 1 80 

Billiard, Henry S 74 

Hilliard, W 123 

Hillman, John R 226 

Hillmau, Rowland L 132 

Hills, Joseph S 169 

Hills. Rufus D 127 

Hills, Thomas M 296 

Hilton, Andrew J 5 

Hilton, Frank W., {Captain) 169 

Hilton, Frank W., (1st Lhut.) 169 

Hilton, John H 1 25, 126 

Hinchley, Lorenzo 5 

Hinckley, Arthur T 294 

Hinckley, Harrison 149 

Hinckley, Wallace, (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Hinckley, Wallace, (44th Mass. inf.) 216 

Hinds, Charles C 50 

Hinds. Ellis T 35 

Hinds, W. II. H 2:2 

Hinds, William H. H 169 

Hinds, William H. W + 165, 172 

Hine, Elmore C 269 

Hine, George Edward 284 

Hine, Howard L 279 

Hiues, Enoch II 27 

Hines, John 199 

Hinkley, Calvin B 43 

Hinkley, Edward S 288 

Hinkley, Samuel B., (2d Me. inf.) 14 

Hinkley, Samuel B., (38th Mass inf.) 231 

Hinks, Edward W 175 

Huiks, ElishaA 175 

Hinks, W. B 282 

Hinman, Stephen N 259 

Hinsch, John 200 

Hinsdale, Solomon R 279 

Hintez. Henry 285 

Hisseitiue, F. S 15 

Hitchcock, Alexander V 66 

Hitchcock, Alfred O 229 

Hitchcock. Edwin S 270 

Hitchcock. Erwin V. X 109 

Hitchcock, Henry S 179 

Hitchcock, John H .- 71 

Hitchcock, Leonidas 269 

Hitchcock, Thomas B *. 214 

Hixon, Lloyd W 166 

Hoaf, David A 277 






! Hoag, DavidD 297 

Hoar. Allen 249 

Hobbes, Joshua B. F 121 

Hobbie, Chirles A 287 

Hobbs, Cyrus 1 224 

Hobbs, Edward 129 

Hobbs, Edwin H 66 

Hobbs, George F 91 

Hobbs, Horace 227 

Hobbs, Horace S 21 

Hobbs, I. Frank 36 

Hobbs, Isaac W 72 

Hobbs, John ] 83 

Hobbs, Joseph A .• 161 

Hobbs, Micah 47 

Hobbs, Wellington 42 

Hobon, Patrick 112 

Hobson, William 41 

Hodgdon, Caleb W 87 

Hodgdon, George E . *. 83 

Hodgdon, Lucian A 140 

Hodge, Charles H 112 

Hodge, Chauncey 1 275 

Hodge, Oliver H. P 201 

Hodges, Arthur 210 

Hodges, Gamaliel 205 

Hodges, George F 174 

Hodges, John, jr., (9th Mass. inf.) 175 

Hodges, John, jr., (50th Mass. inf.) 224 

Hodges, John, jr.. (59th Mass, inf.) 232 

Hodges, Thorndike D., 205 

Hodges, William T., (3d Mass. cav.) 125 

Hodges, William T., (4th Mass. cav.) 128 

Hodgkins, Joseph E 175 

Hodgkins, Merrill L 110 

Hodgkins, William II 207 

Hodsdon. Frederick A 50 

Hoffses, Joseph J. A 45 

Hogan, William II 195, 206 

Hogne, Thomcs R 45 

Hoitt, Augustus J 74 

Holbrook, Andrew J 154 

Holbrook, Charles E 87 

HolbrH>k, Charles L 215 

Holbrook, Elisha S 196 

Holbrook, Henry ■ 244 

Holbrook, Henry C 180 

Holbrook, Horatio N ! 199 

Holbrook, Lowell 288 

Holbrook, Samuel F 68 

Holbrook, Samuel H 94 

Holbrook, Samuel 8 3 

Holbrook, Wilder S 207 

Holbrook, Win., (10th and 18th Mass. inf.) 161, 173 

Holbrook, Win., (24th Me. inf.) 50 

Holbrook, William C 103, 109 

Hoicomb, Herbert V. C 

Holcomb, Pythagoras E 97 

Hoicomb, Richard E- 

Holden, Albert If 269 

Holden, Amos B.. (1st Mass. h. art.) 138 

Holden, Amos B., (32d Mass. inf.) .200 

Holden, Daniel 7. - -303 

Holden. Eli 92 

Holden, Newell K 167 

Holden. Willard 135 

1 1 olland, Albert L 66 

Holland. George N 110 

Holland, James 121 

Holland James W. R 177 

Holland, William 194 



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Holliday, Jonas P 93 

HpUis. Abijan, 1 45th Mass. vol.) 218 

Hollis, Abijah, (5Gih Mass, inf.) 228 

Hollia, Charles D 239 

Holiis. Myron W 153 

HoUister, Edward P 199, 229 

Holman, Dav,d E 106 

Holman. George F., (2d Mass. cav.) 123 

Holman, Giorge P., (7th Mass. inf.) 156 

Holman, John F 69 

Holman, Rodney X 138 

Holman, Silas A 156 

Holman, William C 112 

H.lmcs, Albe 66 

Holmes, Albert B 177 

Holmes, Arthur A 38 

Holmes. Charles 69 

Holmes, David A 250 

Holmes, David E 52 

Holmes, David H 275 

Holmes, E. L 290 

Holmes, Franklin E 257 

Holmes, Frederick 210 

Holmes, Freeland S., (4th Me. inf.) 18 

Holmes, Freeland S., (6th Me. inf.) 22 

Holmes, Henry T 224 

Holmes. John C 92 

Holmes Joseph W '--191 

Holmes, Lyman A 191 

Holmes, Marcus M 87 

Holmes, Marion P 207 

Holmes, Oliver W 177 

Holmes. Oris W 207 

Holmes, Theodore J 258 

Holmes, William F 153 

Holt, A. F 197 

Holt, AbialS 289 

Holt. Charles V 127 

Holt. Harrison 121 

Holt, Horace 109 

Holt. Lew is H 31 

Holt, Marquis L 70 

wton 1 30 

Holt, Sumner G 38 

Holton, Edward A 107 

Holton, William H. H 110 

Homan, Conrad 195 

Homans, George H 217 

Homer, Charles W 169 

Homer, Henry A 175 

Honey, John C 21 

Hood. ElbridgeG 205 

Hooker, Anson P 189 

Hooker. George W 103 

Hooker. Lyman F 187 

Hooper, Charles A Tfl 

Hooper. Charles H 185 

Hooper, H. Northey 200 

Hooper, J. Harris « 167 

Hooper, William D 216 

Hooper, William H 24 

Hooton, Thomas 270 

Hope, James 99 

Hopkins, A. Dwight 292 

Hopkins, Amos L 121 

Hopkins, Archibald 209 

did F 156 

Hopkins, Bdward P 122 

Hopkins. Elisha, (4th Me, inf.) 17 

Hopkins, Elisha. (14th Me. inf.) 36 

Hopkins, George C 43 



Hopkins, George G 245 

Hopkins, Henry F 70 

Hopkins, Israel M 252 

Hopkins. James W 179 

Hopkins. Maximilian 114 

Hopkins. Orrin H 199 

Hopkins. Stephen M \ 256 

Hopkins, William C 109 

Hopkins, William S. B 199 

Hoppe. Robert 267 

Hoppin, Henry P., (1st Mass. h. art.) 129 

Hoppin, Henry P., (2d Mass. h. art.) 133 

Home. Charles E 166 

Home, George W .' 66 

Home, Samuel B 277 

Horrigan, Robert 193 

Horsch, Carl H 89 

Horton, Anthony B 249 

Horton, Charles P 150 

Horton, Evt rett S., (47th Mass- inf.) 220 

Horton, Everett S., (5Sth Ma**, in:.) 231 

Horton, Jere, (24th Mass. inf.) 185 

Horton, Jere, (34th Mass. inf.) 203 

Horton, L. H 191 

Horton, William 286 

Horton, William E 277 

Horton, William L 185 

I -aac F. R 211 

Hosford, Benjamin F 263 

Hosford, Charles L 278 

Hosford, David R 105 

Hosford, Horace 226 

Hosford, William A 262 

Hoskins. Samuel W 14 

Ho-ley, John 36 

Hosley, Luther T 81 

Hosmer, Addison A 130, 194 

Hotchkiss, Edward H 267 

Hotchkiss, George F 296 

Hotchkiss, Walter S 264 

Hough, Andrew J 82 

Hough. H. W 288 

Hough. Henry J 295 

Houghton, 299 

Houghton, Edwin B 41 

Houghton. George C 66 

Houghton, Harlan P 203 

Houghton. Jonathan S •- 25 

Houghton, Russell G. 189 

Houghton, Ruthven W 70 

House, Charles J 6 

Hou-e, Jerome B 78 

House, Thomas F 101 

Houston, Gilmore McL 76 

Hovev, Charies H ,...166 

Hovev. Edwin L ..118 

Hovey. John G 166 

Hovey, Samuel D.. (19rh Mass. inf.) 175 

Hovey, Samuel D., (3 1st Mass. inf.) 199 

Hovev. Solomon, jr 179 

Hovey, Walter 275 

How,' Henry J 1 76 

Howard, Adoniram J 110 

Howard, Albert C 255 

Howard. Charles 129 

Howard, Charles E 26 

Howard, Charles F 153 

Howard, Charles G 87 

Howard, Daniel E 90 

Howard. Dexter W 41 

Howard. Edward B -. .87 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Howard, George C 101 

Howard, George F 212 

Howard, George H : 169 

Howard, George M. R 109 

Howard, George W 212 

Howard, Harris 253 

Howard, Henry W 233 

Howard, Hiram L 232 

Howard. Horatio N., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Howard, Horatio N., (29th Me. inf.) 55 

Howard, Horatio N. , (30th Me. inf.) 57 

Howard, James G 99 

Howard, Joshua A 49 

Howard, Knowlton P 115 

Howard, Nelson 57 

Howard, Ocran H 151 

Howard, Oliver O 15 

Howard, Resolve A 92 

Howard, Squire E 110 

Howard, Thomas F 154 

Howe, Albert R 216 

Howe, Benjamin 74 

Howe, Charles L. F 27 

Howe, Church 167 

Howe, Edward E 179 

Howe, FrancisO. S 38 

Howe, George 122 

Howe, GeorgeG 122 

Howe, George H. , (45th Mass. inf.) 217 

Howe, George H. - (57th Mass. inf.) 229 

Howe, H. Warren 197 

Howe, J. H 225 

Howe, Jacob A 166 

Howe, James H., jr 49 

Howe, John 99 

Howe, JohnW 187 

Howe, Norman 87 

Howe, Oramell G 99 

Howe, Pliny R 189 

Howe, Rulus 207 

Howe, Wesley C ...123 

Howe, William G 197 

Howe, William L 207 

Howe, William S 1 

Howell, Luther C 199 

Howes, Charles 221 

Howes, Frederick C 6 

Howes, Wesley C 109 

Howes, William O., (1st Me. inf. ) 10 

Howes, William O., (20th Me. inf.) 45 

Howes, Woodbridge R 176 

Howland. C. W 245 

Howland, Charles C 210 

Howland, Charles H 203 

Howland, Cornelius, jr 183 

Howland, George W 125 

Howland, James N 212 

Howland, John W., (1st Mass. cav.) 122 

Howland. John W., (10th Mass. inf.) 161 

Hoyt, Albert W 38 

Hoyt, AlpheusE 187 

Hoyt, Augustus A 26 

Hoyt, DixiC 138 

Hoyt, Dixie C 154 

Hoyt, Edgar 287 

Hoyt, Henry A., (1st Conn. h. art.) 260 

Hoyt, Henry A., (6th Conn, inf.) 268 

Hoyt, Henry M 271 

Hoyt, Isaac L 276 

Hoyt, Isaiah F 200 

Hoyt> JohnL 55 



Hoyt, Jonathan M 99 

Hoyt, Otis 169 

Hoyt, Samuel D 189 

Hoyt, William R 114 

Hubbard, Charles E 41 

Hubbard, Daniel R 260 

Hubbard, E. S 262 

Hubbard, George H, (2d N. H. inf.) 68 

Hubbard. George H., (10th N. H. inf.) 83 

Hubbard, George W 47 

Hubbard, Henry A 192 

Hubbard. Henry E 82 

Hubbard, Horace 263 

Hubbard, James 262 

Hubbard, John 83 

Hubbard, John B 7 

Hubbard, John U 47 

Hubbard, John W 62 

Hubbard, Joseph A 69 

Hubbard, Nathaniel H 52 

Hubbard, Robert 287 

Hubbard, Samuel 284 

Hubbard, Thomas H, (25th Me. inf.) 51 

Hubbard, Thomas H., (30th Me. inf.) 57 

Hubbard, Timothy H 36 

Hubbard, William E., (8th N. H. inf.) 81 

Hubbard, WlliamE., (12th R. I. inf.) 256 

Hubbard, William H 101 

Hubbart, Stephen L 132 

Hubbell, James E 287 

Hubbell, William L 287 

Hubbell, WilliamS '. 290 

Hubert, Nelson 135 

Hubon, P. E 191 

Hubon, Peter Emmet 193 

Huekins, George W 72 

Huckins, Jason 48 

Hudson, Edward P 267 

Hudson, George C 15 

Hudson, George M 200 

Hudson, James, jr 158 

Hudson, James S .' 255 

Hudson, John W., {Lieut. Col.) 205 

Hudson, JohnW., {Captain) 205 

Hudson, Philip W 275 

Hudson, William 95 

Hugg, George W 294 

Hughes, Daniel D 121 

Hughes, H. P 125 

Hughes. Joseph F 61 

Hughes, William L 27 

Hulbert, Eben S 226 

Hull, CharlesH 76 

Hull, Frank 270 

Hull, Henry L 275 

Humble, Henry 153 

Hume, Harrison 31 

Hume, Lysander 1 175 

Humphrey, Austin L 260 

Humphrey, Edwin i 164 

Humphrey, Mason W 75 

Humphrey, Otis M 155 

Humphrey, William H 103 

Humphreys, Charles A 123 

Hungerford, Levi 297 

Hunsdon, Charles 94 

Hunt, Charles .' 216 

Hunt, Charles H 252 

Hunt, Charles N 211 

Hunt, Charles O 8 

Hunt, Charles W 85 



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Hunt, Edwin L 253 

Hunt, F. L 192 

Hunt, George A 51 

Hunt, George E 141 

Hunt, Henry F 66 

Hunt, James H 87 

Hunt, James L., (21st Me. inf.) 47 

Hunt, James L., (32d Me. inf.) 60 

Hunt, James L., (Afe. coastguard batt.) 61 

Hunt, John 94 

Hunt, Joseph H 43 

Hunt, Josiah D 245 

Hunt, LuciusT 114 

Hunt, Peter 246 

Hunt, Samuel E., (26th Me. inf.) 52 

Hunt, Samuel E., (*9th Me. inf. ) 55 

Hunt, W. Chapin 191 

Hunt. William 225 

Hunter, Albert 43 

Hunter, Benjamin F 11 

Hunter, C. E 204 

Hunter. Samuel B.. (7th Me. inf.) 23 

Hunter, Samuel B., (15th Me. inf.) 38 

Hunter, Warren 39 

Hunting, Henry A 196 

Huntington, Henry D 105 

Huntoon, Andrew J 85 

Huntoon, Franklin T 92 

Huntoon, Samuel T 295 

Hunton, George E 1 

Huntress, Lorenzo D 72 

Hurd, Charles H .' 200 

Hurd, Charles W 72 

Hurd. George W 50 

Hurd, Ira 224 

II urd. Moses S 53 

Hurd, Sumner E 74 

Hurd, Theodore C 218 

Hurd. William II 224 

Hurd, Yorick G 222 

Hurden, Eben 17 

Hurlburt, Charles D 292 

Hurlburt, Charles H 275 

Hurlburt, Edwin 209 

Hurlburt, George A 259 

Hurlbut, Alonzo R : 106 

Hurl but, George R., (4th Mass. cav.) 127 

Hurlbut, George R., (3d Mass. inf.) 152 

Hurlbut, John W 279 

Hurlbut, Ward B i 99 

Hursam. Nahum A 42,46 

Husband, Thomas H 195 

Huse, Henry II - 80 

Huse. Thomas M 88 

Hussev. Albert F 87 

Hussey. Fred. E 17 

Hussey, George W 1 

Hussev, Louis McD 72 

Hussey. M. L. M 60 

Hussey. Matthew 107 

Hussev. Ralph R 53 

Hussey, Willard A 197 

HuBsjey, William H. H 123 

Huston, Frederic N 47 

Hutchings, Edward 212 

Hutchings, Jasper 49 

Hutching^, Sydney 19 

Hutchings, Thomas 25 

Hutchings, Thomas S , 25 

Hutchings, William V 185 

Hutchins. Arthur E 84 



Hutchins, Benjamins F 64 

Hutchins, Carlton B 82 

Hutchins. Charles K 39 

Hutchins, Edward R 84 

Hutchins, Frank A 53 

Hutchins, George B 110 

Hutchins, George W 275 

Hutchins, John 211 

Hutchins, Levi 212 

Hutchins, Seth T 54 

Hutchinson, Alonzo B 107 

Hutchinson, Asa T 82 

Hutchinson, Eben, (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Hutchinson, Eben, (24th Me. inf.) 50 

Hutchinson, Ebenezer 51 

Hutchinson, Frank B 73 

Hutchinson, John II 101 

Hutchinson, J ohn J 269 

Hutchinson, Lemuel M 110 

Hutchinson, Melvin S., (2d Afc-cav.^ 3 

Hutchinson. Melviu S., (24th Me. inf.) 50 

Hutchinson, Prosper H 256 

Hutchinson, Samuel 119 

Hutchinson, Thos. P., (28th Afe. inf.) 54 

Hutchinson, Thos. P., (Me. coast guard batt.) ..61 

Huxford, James S 17 

Huxley, E. C 262 

Hvatt. Alpheus 220 

Hyatt. Sty les G 265 

Hyde? Breed Noyes 101 

Hyde, George H 209 

Hyde, George K 262 

Hyde. Henry G 171 

Hyde, James T 94 

Hyde, John B 142 

Hyde, Leo 101 

1 1 yde . Melvin J 100 

Hyde, Simeon T 284 

Hyde, Thomas W 1 1 , 23 

Hyatt. William J 273 

Hynes, John R 71 

Ide, Henry M 229 

Ide, Horace K 92 

Illsley, Charles E 31 

Ilslcy, Charles S 38 

Ilsley , Cyrus H 51 

llsley, Edward 19 

Ilsley, Edwin 33 

Inches, Charles E., (20th Mass. inf.) 178 

Inches, Charles E., (37th Mass. inf.) 209 

Ingalls, Alzo 27 

Ingalls, E. A 158 

Ingalls, Eben G 52 

Ingalls, Melvin L 66 

Ingalls, Pascal P 41 

Ingalls, Pearl 25 

Ingalls, William, (5th Mass. inf.) 154 

Ingalls, William, (59th Mass. inf. ) 232 

Ingell, J. Wilson 205 

Ingoldsby, Patrick 274 

Ingraham, Timothy 173,210 

Ingraham, Timothy, jr 210 

Ingraham, William M 1 73 

Ingram, Almon • 114 

Inman, George B 253 

Inman, James 171 

Ireland, James P 48 

Ireland, Jerome B 32 

Ireland. Lawson S 31 

Irons, WelcomeC -- 244 

Irvin, David : 244 



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Irvine, Charles N 272 

Twin. Peieg It 123 

Isbell, John D 174 

Ives, Brayton, (1st Conn, cav.) 258 

Ives, Brayton, (5th Conn, mf.) 265 

Ives, Heber S - - 284 

Ives, John S 294 

Ives, Noah P 272 

Ives, Ralph O 161,161 

Ives, SUlrnan B 279 

Ives, Walter D 260 

Jaekman, Lemuel 70 

Jackraan, Lyman 76 

Jackson, "William 37 

Jackson, Albert 210 

Jackson, AmosM 50 

Jackson, Andrew S 243 

Jackson, Charles A 212 

Jackson, Cornelius S 197 

Jackson, Frederick W 271 

Jackson, George E 199 

Jackson, George W 70 

Jackson, H. Martin 292 

Jackson, John 292 

Jackson, John H % . 70 

Jackson, Lewis W 261 

Jackson, Nathaniel J 19 

Jackson, Patrick T 121 

Jackson, Ransom 290 

Jackson, Sylvariua It -.. .1 

Jackson, Thomas M 70 

Jackson, Walter M 241 

Jackson, 'William 11 166 

Jacquith, A.J .6 

Jacobs, Harvey F '. 295 

Jacobs, Horace G 21 

Jacobs, Joseph A 78 

James, George It 70 

James, Horace 167 

James, John M 285 

Janus, John S 70 

James, Lyman 126 

Martin S ~i:i 

James, Samuel A 60 

James, "William A 255 

James, William N 242 

Jameson, Charles D 14 

Jameson, Robert E 196 

Jameson, Thorndike C 245 

Jamison, Thorndike C 250 

Janes, Henry 102 

Janness. John C 66 

Janvriu, Joseph E ...89 

Jarves, Hoiatio D 228 

Jarvis, Charles 1 13 

Jarvis, Deuing. jr 185 

Jarvis, George C 269 

Jarvis. Horatio D 185 

Samuel P 261 

Jarvis, William E 15 

Jeflvrds, Phineas M 45 

J eft ery, James A . ". 250 

J t ffrey, Frank C 290 

Jeffrey, John H 228 

Jeffrey, "William H 138 

Jencks, Henry C :.250 

Jenison, Charles O 72 

Jenkins, Calvin M 113 

Jenkins, Charles 74 

J en kiys, George N 141 

Jenkins, Horatio, jr 127,212 



Jenkins, James H 292 

Jenkins, James It 292 

•Jenkins, Luke E 132 

Jenkins, William M 42 

Jenks, Allen 252 

Jenks, Ethan A 253 

Jenks, Francis 166 

Jenks! Francis F 232 

Jenks, John F 295 

Jenness, Lynden Y 201 

Jenness, "Walter B 11 

Jennie, Benjamin R 105 

Jennings, George F 121 

Jennings, Henry H 275 

Jennings, Henry R 290 

Jennings, Joseph . .: , 117 

Jennings. Reuben B 1 

Jepson, Benjamin 275 

Jepson, John C 155 

Jepson, Theodore 269 

Jerrard, Anson C 48 

Jerrard. Simon G 48 

Jewell, Charles A 291 

Jewell, William H 210 

Jewett, Albert B 114 

Jewett, Albert H. C 72 

Jewett, Alonzo W 65 

Jewett, Charles C 169 

Jewett. D. J. M. A 175 

Jewett. Dan. Lee 289 

Jewett. David L 25 

Jewett. Edwin P 139 

Jewett, Era-tus W 112 

Jewett, George 161,225 

Jewett, George T 2 

Jewett. Jesse A 105 

Jewett. Joseph H 271 

Jewett, Levi - 282 

Jewett, William H 15 

Jewitt. Noah 3 

Jillsou, Daniel A 195 

Jillson. Edward M 191 

Johns, Henry T 233 

Johns. Thomas D 156 

Johnson, Albert B 290 

Johnson, Albert H 29 

Johnson, Albert R 2 

Johnson, Andrew J 189 

Johnson, Andrew T 260 

Johnson, Brent, jr 197 

Johnson. Charles, jr 83 

Johnson, Charles 11., (58th Mass. inf.) 231 

Johrrson, Charles H., (4th R. 1. inf.) 252 

Johnson, Charles K 2 

Johnson, Charles R 169 

Johnson, Daniel II, jr 183, 212 

Johnson, Daniel L 231 

Johnson, DavidT 299 

Johnson, Dayton 293 

Johnson, Dudley H 42 

Johnson, Dutee 245 

Johnson, Edward C - 216 

Johnson, Edwin F 161 

Johnson, Edwin R 252 

Johnson, Eldridge M 123 

Johnson. Elijah D., (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Johnson, Elijah D., (7th and 21st Me. inf.). 23, 47 

Johnson, Elijah W ! 75 

Johnson. Enoch E 99 

Johnson, Francis M 31 

Johnson, Frank A 236 



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59 



Johnson, G. B 84 

Johnson, George '. '285 

Johnson, George A.. (25*th Mass. inf.) !> v 7 

Johnson, George A., (Gist Mass. inf.) 233 

Johnson, George B ■ 80 

Johnson, George \V SSI 

Johnson, Gorhain S 15 

Johnson, Hannibal A., (1st battery Me. inf.) ..13 

Johnson. Hannibal A., (3d Me. iuf.) IS 

Johnson, Henry 285 

Johnson, Henry L , 266 

Johnsf n. Henry P 284 

Johnson, Horace P 293 

James II 167 

Johnson, John E 67 

J oli n son, John J 87 

Johnson, John W., (12th -V. H. inf.) 85 

Johnson, John W.. (1st Muss. h. art.) 130 

Johnson, Jonathan H 88 

Johnson, Joseph L 158 

Johnson, Joshua B 54 

Johnson, Lurandus 291 

Johnson, Morrill 84 

Johnson, Newton P 294 

Johnson, Nodiah P 288 

Johnson, .Samuel T 51 

Johnson. 8ylvester E. W •. 3SS 

Johnson, Timothy D 

Johnson, William C 287 

Johnson, William II., (27th Me. inf.) 53 

Johnson, William H., (7th R. L inf.) 253 

Johnson, William II., (6th Gem*. inf.) 268 

Johnson, William 11., (8th Conn, inf.) 272 

Johnson. William II., (15th 17. inf) 118 

Johnson, William II. II 289 

Johnston, George H 149 

Johnston, Thomas B 197 

Johnston, William C 149 

Johnston, Willie 102 

J ones, A lvin 101 

Jones, Andrew F 275 

Jones, Benjamin R 3 

Jones, Charles 51 

I ibarles E., (2d N. II. inf.) 68 

Jones, Charles E., (33d Mass. iuf.) 202 

Jones, Charles M 84 

Jones, Cyrus I) 297 

I uniel 8 35 

Jones, Edward F 189 

Jones, Edward J., (11th batt'y Mass. 1. art.) . .144 
E Iw'dJ., (lltb.batt.9mo. Mass. 1. art.). 145 

Jones. Edward R 191 

Jones. Edward W 262 

Blisha N 14 

Jones. Frank J 260 

J. .nes, Frank L., (25th Mr. inf.) 51 

Jones, Frank L., (30th Me. inf.) 57 

Jones. George E 109 

J. mes, George G 86 

Jones, George N., (20th Mats, inf.) 177 

Jones, George N., (37th Mass. inf.) 209 

Jones, Henry B 134 

Jones, Henry S 271 

Jones, James P 23 

Jones, John 136 

Jones, John A 156 

Jones, John C, jr 185 

Jones, Josiah X 76 

Jones, Morris E 251 

Jones, Nathaniel, jr 116 

Jones, Oswego 202 



Jones, Philip 64 

Jones. Prescott 90 

Jones, Samuel B 94 

Jones, Walter S 94 

Jones, William 80 

Jones, William H 199 

Jones, William T 132 

Jones, William W 35 

Jordan, Charles M 149 

Jordan, Edward 2 

Jordan, Elmer C 269 

Jordan. Henry D 1 20 

Jordan, Joseph 290 

Jordan, Noah W 33 

Jordan, Reuben T 35 

Jordan, Sylvester F 33 

Jordan. William 215 

Jordan. William P 29 

Jordan, William W 139 

Jordon, Charles F 38 

Jordon, Josiah 48 

Jordon, William P 55 

Jorgenson, Hans P.- 168 

Jose, Horace N 33 

Joslin, George C 167 

Joslyn, Charles E 107 

Joslyu, Erastus 252 

Joslyn, Henry C 195 

Joslyn, Jerome B 191 

Josslyn, Frank R 164 

Jourdan, George F 225 

Joy, Silas S 225 

Joy, William H. H 163 

barlM H 99 

Joyce, Laurens J 38 

Joyce, William II 253 

Judd, Fred. A. CI 203 

Judd, Isaac E 223 

Judd, John H 191 

Judd. Lewis 275 

Judson, Walter H 166 

Julian, George W $6 

Jumper, Charles H 55 

Jumper. George E 2 

Justin, James M 219 

Kaler, Otis 52 

Kalloch, Henry H 55 

Kane. James H 258 

William AY .96 

Kattenstroth, Henry 273 

Kaulback, George C 161 

Karaney, Thomas 105 

Keables, Amos L 271 

Keables, George II 277 

Kealy, John J 293 

Kearn, George H 233 

Kearne, William 194 

Keene, John C 16 

Kearney, James W 229 

Kearney. Stephen L 167 

Keav, William H 76 

Keecb, Ephraim 288 

Keeler, Chauucey H 269 

Keeier, Julius M 266 

Keeler, Willis F 103 

Keely, Josiah 35 

Keen, William F 195 

Keenan, John C 83 

Keenan, Thomas R. , (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Keenan, Thomas R.. (17th Mass. inf.) 171 

Keenan, Thomas R., (56th Mass. inf.) 228 



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Keene, A. H 37 

Keene, Edwin W . .243 

Keene, Josiah F 31 

Keene, Samuel F 46 

Keene, Weston H 46 

Keith, Alfred H., {Captain) 107 

Keith, Alfred H., (2d Lieut.) ]07 

Keith, Bi adley S 275 

Keith, Charles A JL27 

Keith, David B., (1st Mass. caw) 121 

Keith, David B., (4th Mass. CSV.) 127 

Keith, Hiram A... .• 161 

Keith, Walter D., (23d Mass. inf.) 183 

Keith, Walter D., (26th co. Mass. inf.) 237 

Kelleher, John 81 

Kellen, Charles F 254 

Keller, Jacob W 74 

Kelley, Benjamin, jr 17 

Kelley, Benjamin E 248 

Kelley, Charles 279 

Kelley, Charles H 64 

Kelley, Francis W 109 

Kelley, George H 109 

Kelley, Jerome 82 

Kelley, John A 27 

Kelley, John E 37 

Kelley, Jones S 54 

Kelley, Moses J 22 

Kelley, Samuel H 112 

Kelley, Warren M 83 

Kelliher, John 177 

Kellogg, E. S 260 

Kellogg, Elisha S 262 

Keliogg, Enos 287 

Kellogg, George B 93 

Kellogg, Justin P 226 

Kellogg, Leroy S 223 

Kellogg, Truman P 110 

Kellogg, William A 287 

Kellum, Isaac 265 

Kelly, Bimslev S 15 

Kelly, Edward L 112 

Kelly, Eugene 175 

Kelly, George F 129 

Kelly, James W 115 

Kelly, Jarvis P 209 

Kelly, John 295 

Kelly, John L 72 

Kelly, Michael 262 

Kelt, John 180 

Kelton, Judson r 180 

Kelty, Eugene 197 

Kemp. Eldridge G 133 

Kempton, Frank H 231 

Kempton, William C , 69 

Kendal. Warren L 46 

Kendall, Albert A 165 

Kendall, Charles B.... 187 

Kendall, Charles G-.-.J 216 

Kend 11. Charles S 149 

Kendall. Frederick A , 76 

Kendall, John C ..'. 57 

Kendall. Joseph F 33' 

Kendall, Joseph R 216 

Kendall. Robert B 33 

Keudrick, Frederick M. H 199 

Kendriek, John A., jr 216 

Keudrick. Joseph F 255 

Kendriek, Leon H 127 

Kenfield, Frank, (13th Vt. inf.) 116 

Kenfield, Frank, (17th Vt. inf.) 120 



Kenlock, William G 267 

Kennedy, Michael 273 

Kennedy, Ronald A....' 102,105 

Kennedy, Thomas B 107 

Kennesson, Daniel G 101 

Kenney, Amos O--. 219 

Kennev, George W 139 

Kennicutt. Frank C 203 

Kennison, Josiah F 193 

Kenniston, George B 19 

Kenny. Clesson 227 

Kenny. George W 171 

Kent, John 154 

Kent, Levi E 252 

Kent, OtisH 21 

Kent. William L 183 

Kenyon, David R 252 

Kenyon, Isaac D 290 

Kenyon, Job 243 

Kenyon, Martin R 295 

Kenyon, Nelson 352 

Keraszynski, Morris 277 

•Kern, Henry A 1 95 

Kerr, John R 277 

Kerr. Robert 288 

Ketchum, Benjamin F 115 

Keves. Alexander S. B 138 

Keyee, Charles W., (32d Me., inf.) 60 

Keves, Charles W., {Me. coast guard ba O 61 

Keyee, Elmer D 119 

Keyee, George S 132 

Keyee, Orlando W 85 

Kevser. John L 189 

Kibbee, Israel N. 288 

Kibby, George L., (4th R. I. inf.) 252 

Kibby, George L. , (7th R. I. inf.) 253 

Kidder, Charles W. B 94 

Kidder, Edward J 165 

Kidder, John O 55 

Kief, Thomas 128 

Kies, George 288 

Kies, John 277 

Kilborn. Samuel F 105 

Kilbourn. Dwight C 2G2 

Kilbourn, James B 272 

Kilbourne, Edwin A 112 

Kilbrith, Leander 25 

Kilbum, Edward 86 

Kilburn, John B 109 

Kilgor, Thomas A 26 

Killian, John 193 

Kimball, Alonzo E 25 

Kimball, Alvah M... 88 

Kimball, Caleb 33 

Kimball, Clarion II 91 

Kimball, D. W 225 

Kimball, Daniel S 205 

Kimball, Daniel W 127 

Kimball, Franklin B 70 

Kimball, Frederick M 107 

Kimball, Foster 83 

Kimball, George S 2 

Kimball, Heurv 294 

Kimball, Hiram A 107 

Kimball, Isaac 101 

Kimball, J. H 38 

Kimball. John C. (8th Mass. inf.) 158 

Kimball, John C, (15th Conn, ml) 284 

Kimball, John E. L 53 

Kimball, John H 59,60 

Kimball, John N 59 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



61 



Kimball, John W 167,237 

Kimball, Joseph W 131 

Kimball, Melville C 8 

Kimball, Richard H 1G5 

Kimball, Thomas D., (2d Mass. h. ar».) 132 

Kimball, Thomas IX, (51st Mass. inf.) 225 

Kimball, William B 166 

Kimball, William H 31 

Kimball, William R 33, 33 

Kimball, Willis G. C 91 

Kimpton, Lucien P 215 

Kinehan, James 92 

King. Bella H 195 

KiDg, Charles P., (10th Me inf.) 29 

King, Charles F., (29th Me. inf.) 55 

King, Charles F., (Me. coast guard batt.) 61 

King, Dana W 80 

King, George 169, 195 

King, Henry 256 

King, James W 201 

King, John L 87 

King, John P., (16th Mass. inf.) 169 

King, John P., (6th Conn, inf.) 267 

King, Leander G 169 

King, Lorentio H 93 

King, Robert B 132 

King, William H 236 

King, William S 136, 205 

Kingman. John W 88 

King-bury. Daniel E 219 

Kingsbury, George W 120 

Kingsbury, Isaac T 2*30 

Kingsbury, Jacob 275 

Kingsbury, Thomas H. C 265, 278 

Kingsley, Albert E., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Kingsley, Albert E., (29th Me. inf.) 55,55 

Kingsley, Henry W 114 

Kingsley, Joseph H 125 

Kingsley, Levi G 115 

Kings-ley, Thomas G 295 

Kinne, Charles M 123 

Kinnear, John 197 

Kinney, .Andrew H 269 

Kinney, Edwin R 107 

Kinney, John <. 280 

Kinney, John C 280 

Kinney, William 229 

Kinsley, Alfred H 132 

Kinsley, Edward B. P., (47th Mass. inf.) 220 

Kinsley. Edward B. P., (59th Mass. inf.j 232 

Kinsley, Eli C 220 

Kinsley, Fred. R 211 

Kinsley, John G 181 

Kinsley, Wiilard C 211 

Kinsman, Charles C 103 

Kippen. Henry A 294 

Kirb v, Thomas B 289 

Kirk, James W 146 

Kirkham, Austin P 263 

Kirkland, Charles H 219 

Kirley, Michael 193 

Kittredge, Charles M 86 

Kittredge, Floyer D 199 

Kittredge, George H 115 

Kittredge, Sumner R. 14 

Klein, Daniel 267 

Knapp, Charles B 25 

Knapp, Charles H 161 

Knapp, George H 219 

Knapp, Lyman E., (16th Vt. inf.) 119 

Knapp, Lyman E., (17th Vt. inf.) 120 



Knapp, Peter G 33 

Knapp, Samuel R 288 

Knapp, William D 1 176 

Knapp, William S .287 

Kneeland, Asa L 200 

Kneeland. Samuel. 218 

Kniffin, Charles W 223 

Knight. Brayton 252 

Knight, Cyrus E 38 

Knight. Daniel W 167 

Knight. Edwin L 161 

Knight, Enoch 33 

Knight, George B 23 

Knight, John 193 

Knight, John H 51 

Knight, Lucius W 121 

Knight, Luther M 74 

Knight, Orrin H 263 

Knight, Walter M 249 

Knights, George W- 155 

Knott, James 83 

Knott, Joseph •. 228 

Knowles, Abiathar J 5 

Knowles, Abner 21 

Knowles, Albion K. P 50 

Knowles, Charles K 182 

Knowles, James W 252 

Knowles, Percival 21 

Knowles, Samuel W., (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Knowles, Samuel W., (22d Me. inf.) 48 

Knowles, Thomas J 48 

Kuowlton, Abner L 72 

Kuowlton, Julius W 282 

Knowlton, William, (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Knowltou, William, (29th Me. inf.) 55 

Knowlton, William C 79 

Knox, Andrew 261 

Knox, Daniel G 290 

Knox, Edward M 109 

Knox, George, (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Knox, George, (29th Me. iuf.) 55 

Knox, James 161 

Knox, Joseph B 1 87 

Koeppeu, Ernest 277 

Korvin, John 70 

Kost, Rudolph 267 

Kuhls, Henry 123 

Kurtz, John 166, 183 

Kyes, Albert F 26 

Kyes, Ebenezer S 58, 60 

Lacy, William H 287 

Ladd, Charles H 135 

Ladd, George P 228 

Ladd, Guilford S 99 

Ladd, Hiram K, (2d N. H. inf.) 68 

Ladd, Hiram K, (18th N. H. inf.) 91 

Ladd, Jeremiah B 137 

Ladd, John D 19 

Ladd, Joseph J 81 

Ladd, William J 86 

Laferrest, Samuel O 179 

Laferrest, Samuel O 220 

Laing, John K ." 36 

Laird, Robert W 104 

Lake, Elias H 51 

Lakeman, John R 183 

Lakeman, Moses B 15 

Lakin, Frank J 163 

Lalor, FrankM 159 

Lamb, Alonzo P 49 

Lamb, Charles D., (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 



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Lamb, Charles D., (56th Mass. inf.) •.. .226 

Lamb, Jacob H 248 

Lambert, Archibald C 48 

Lamill, Hugh.-.' 244 

Lamoreaux, Azria N 263 

Lamos, Lloyd W 41 

Lamprey, Simon N '. 71 

Lampson. William II 202 

Lamsen, Charles O 51 

Lamson, Daniel S 169 

Lamson, Horace S 243 

Lamson, William H 189 

Lanahan, Jeremiah 244 

Lancaster. Frank' A 165 

Lancey, John A 6 

Land, Joseph F 45 

Landen, William J 158 

Lander, Fredom H 55 

Lander, Freeman H 49 

Lander, Nathan H 55 

Landers, Henry B 245 

Landers, James II 80 

Landers, John B 245 

Landers, William R 245 

Landon, Charles B 297 

Landon, Daniel 109 

Landon, Herbert .• 245 

Landon, Walter C 115 

Lane, Charles N 279 

Lane, David F 265 

Lane, Everett 215 

Lane, Frederick W 46 

Lane, Henry F 125 

Lane, John P 85 

Lane, John S 272 

Lane, Thomas J 128 

Lane, Wilber F 25 

Lanfare, Aaron S 258 

Lang, Anthony 183 

Lang, Charles H 232 

Lang, Joseph W 85 

Lang. Moses 87 

Langdon, Henrv H 109 

Langdon, Seth W ' 120 

Longford, Edward L 156 

Langford, James II 156 

Langley, Alonzo B 147 

Langlev, James M 80 

Langley, John F., (3d N. H. inf.) 70 

Laneley, John F., (12th N. //.inf.) 85 

Langley, Samuel G., (2d N. II. inf.) 68 

Langley, Samuel G., (5th N. H. inf.) 74 

Langley, William L 138 

Langly, Thomas J 169 

Langmaid. Samuel 129 

Lapham, Erastus E 252 

Lapham, Oscar 256 

Lapham, William B., (batt'v G. Me. 1. art.) 9 

Lapham, William B., (23d Me. inf.) 49 

Larabee, George H 129 

Larkin, George F 261 

Larkin, James E 74 

Larkin, Lawrence F 83 

Larkin, Wallace T 88 

Larrabee, Charles F 57 

Larrabee, Charles S 43 

Larrabee, William H., (1st Me. vet. inf.) 11 

Larrabee, William H., (7th Me. inf.) 23 

Larrabee. William H., (12th Me. inf.) 34 

Larry, John H 134 

Lasher, George W 265 



Latham, Cyrus 29 

Latham, James H 290 

Latham Joseph E 38 

Latham, William W 290 

Lathrop, Daniel 36 

Lathrop, De Witt C 272 

Lathrop, John 205 

Lathrop, Joseph H 127 

Lathrop, Julius M 210 

Lathrop, Thomas J 153 

Lattimor, Edward H 258 

Laughton, Pascal S 119 

Laurence, Levi 229 

Laurie. Charles 279 

Lauriet. George W 200 

Lave, Hezckiah H 5 

Lawe, Andrew J 79 

Lawler, James 273 

Lawler. Thomas C 273 

Lawless, James 250 

Lawlor, Andrew J 194 

Lawlor, Joseph H 273 

Lawrence. Center H 69 

Lawrence. Charles A 78 

Lawrence, George F 179 

Lawrence, George L 149 

Lawrence, Henry A 67 

Lawrence. John W 74 

Lawrence, Levi 187 

Lawrence, Luther 32 

Lawrence, Orlando 78 

Lawrence. William H 149 

Lawry, Ira F 22»l 

Lawson. Henrv T., (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

LawBOH, Henry T., (16th Mass. inf.) 169 

Lawson. John 132 

Lawton, Charles E 245 

Lawton, Cyrus B 119 

Lawton, Elisha G 242 

Lawton, F. C 202 

Lawton. George F 866 

Lawton, John W 262 

Lawton. Joseph W 1 92 

Lawton. Robert B '. S39 

Lawton, Thomas C.-i 209 

Leach. Arnold 267 

Leach. Chester K 99 

Leach, Cyrus B 110 

Leach. Ephraim S 105 

Leach. Frank T , 203 

Leach, Creorge W.. (4th Mass. cav.) 127 

Leach. George W., (20th Mass. inf.) 177 

Leach, Ivory 148 

Leach. Lebbeus 195 

Leach. Moses W 115 

Learnard. Silas F 91 

Learned. Bela P 260 

Learv. John R 197 

Leary, Robert D 163 

Leather, Charles B 212 

Leavens, Lewis 253 

Leavenworth, Abel E 112 

Leavenworth. M. C 279 

Leavit, Daniel F 125 

Leavitt, Arch. D .39 

Leavitt. Aubrey 39 

Leavitt, Henry B 78 

Leavitt. Job P 49 

Leavitt, Joshua 199 

Leavitt, Samuel D 38 

Leavitt, Shelden, jr 127 



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03 



Le Barnes. John W 177 

Le Cairo, William H 175 

Lee. Albert M 199 

Lee, Bradley D 262 

Lee, Charles S 2^9 

Lee. Charles T 156 

Lee, Daniel W 195 

Leo, David 176 

Lee, EdwardD 192 

Lee. Edward P 94 

Lee, Edwin R •- 278 

Lee, Francis L 216 

Lee, Henry 282 

Lee, Henry B 270 

Lee, Horace C 191 

Lee, J. Hamilton 200 

Lee, James H 137 

Lee. John II 149 

file, JohnW 199 

Lee, Joseph W 2 

Lee, Lathrop 219 

Lee, Oscar 11 ' 95 

Lee, Roy al II 247 

Lee, Samuel P 16 

Lee, Timothy F 159 

Lee, William A 273 

Lee, William R 177 

Leeds. F. R 297 

Leek, John W 296 

Leclaud, Benjamin F 162 

Leeman. Eugene 50 

IwardM 287 

Lees, Thomas 68 

Le Favor, George W 185 

LeGro, Edgar B 68 

Legg, Edward 132 

I '. Robert 275 

Leighton, William E 13 

Leland, Francis 150 

Lemont, Frank L 20 

Lemoyne, George S 135 

Lemoyne, William J 193 

Leonard, Charles A 239 

Leonard, Charles C 240 

Leonard, Charles F 105 

Leonard, Henry C 5, 16 

Leonard. James 135 

Leonard, James B 200 

Leonard, Joseph B 156 

Leonard, Joseph W 94 

Leonard, Xahum 230 

Leonard, Orville W 214 

Leonard, Samuel H 166 

Leonard, Seth H 38 

Leonard, Thomas F 101 

Leonard. William G 219 

Leppien, George F 7 

Lessor, Alphonso 99 

Lester. John S 277 

Le Valley, Benjamin W 291 

Levonsaller, Henry C 43 

Levensaler, Henry C 25 

Lever, Philip 297 

Leveraux, La Grange 33 

Levi, H. B 285 

Lewis, Addison W., (19th Me. inf.) 43 

Lewis, Addison W., (20th Me. inf.) 45 

Lewis, Alexander H. G 199 

Lewis, Bennett S 267 

Lewis, Charles J 94 

Lewis, David W. 112 



Lewis, Edward -• 165 

Lewis, Edwin C 107 

Lewis, Edwin R ^ 179 

Lewis, George C M 92 

Lewis, George N 279 

Lewis, Henry 289 

Lewis, Horace W 115 

Lewis, Jared E 277 

Lewis, John B 266 

Lewis, John F 179 

Lewis, John G 82 

Lewis, JohnR 106 

Lewis, Jndson A 94 

Lewis, Robert '. 261 

Lewis, Samuel A 64 

Lewis, Samuel W 126 

Lewis, Silas H., jr 114 

Lewis, Wm. H 262 

Libbey, Chandler 29 

Libbey, Elias D 9 

Libbey, Joseph T. S 66 

Libby, Abriel 17 

Libby, Alonzo E 17 

Libby, Alvah S., (1st N. H. h. art.) 66 

Libby, Alvah S., (16th N. H. inf.) 90 

Libby, Alvan H 71 

Libby, Arthur 17 

Libby, Benjamin 47 

Libby, Daniel 74 

Libby, Edwin 18 

Li bby , Horatio 1 

Libby, Ira S 39 

Libby, J. Edwin 38 

Libby, James W., (1st Me. inf.) 10 

Libby, James W., (14th Me. inf.) 36 

Libby, Jonah, jr 70 

Libby, Joseph 175 

Libby, Nelson F. 3 

Libby, Randall 31 

Libby, Samuel H., (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Libby, Samuel II. , (27th Me. inf.) 53 

Lflley, Erastus V 203 

Lillibridge, George II 282 

Lillie, Daniel 104 

Lincoln, Albert R b 

Lincoln, Francis G 21 9 

Lincoln, Francis M 159; 205 

Lincoln, Henry 253 

Lincoln, Henry H ., 275 

Lincoln, James M., (13th Mass. batt.) 145 

Lincoln, James M., (7th Mass. inf.) 156 

Lincoln, John K 48 

Lincoln, John M., (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Lincoln, John M., (6th Me. inf.) 21 

Lincoln, John M., (28th Me. inf.) 54 

Lincoln, Levi, jr 203 

Lincoln, Rufus P 177,209 

Lincoln, Sumner H., (Lt. Col) 107 

Lincoln, Sumner H., (Adft) 107 

Lincoln, Theodore, jr 21 

Lincoln, Wm. A . . .' 260 

Lincoln, Wm. H 156 

Lincoln, Wm. S 203 

Lincoln, Williard 43 

Lindsey, Abraham H , 288 

Lines, Jairus F 279 

Linfest, Charles W 5 

Lingenfelter, George R 223 

Linneham, David 1 63 

Linnell, Lorenzo F 158 

Linscott, Arad H 46 



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Linscott, Augustus N 47 j 

Linscott, Benjamin H -212 . 

Linscott, MelvilleX 35 j 

Linsley, James iffc. 275 

Linsley, Solomon F 284 

Lipp, Leodegar M 228 

Liscomb, Charles F 75 

Litchfield, Alden 45 

Litchfield, James A 212 

Litchfield, Julius B 17 

Little, Arthur 95 

Little, Charles F 33 

Little, Hiram K J 84 

Little, Horace O 49 

Little, Ludo B 82 

Little, Samuel B 75 

Little, Thaddeus 2 

Little, Thomas J., (1st batt. Mass. h. art.) 138 

Little. Thomas J., (13th Mass. inf.) 166 

Littlefield, 209 



Littlefield, Edward F 228 

Littlefield, Ephraim M 29 

Littlefield, George M 12 

Littlefield, George W 83 

Littlefield, Harry D 146 

Littlefield, Henry 53 

Littlefield, Henry D 122, 144 

Littlefield, Israel B 70 

Littlefield, James A 228 

Littlefield, John 183 

Littlefield, Joshua F 69 

Littlefield, Roger S 129 

Littlefield, Samuel S 224 

Livermore, C. F 138 

Livermore, Edward M 169 

Livermore, Oliver C 166 

Livermore, Rufus 242 

Livermore, Thomas J 74 

Livermore, Thomas L 91 

Livingston, Josiah O 112 

Livingston, Oscar R 205 

Livingston, Wheaton, jr 110 

Lloyd, Charles S 195,206 

Lloyd, JohnK 171 

Lock, Charles A 68 

Locke, Arthur C 84 

Locke, Henry W 72 

Locke, J. L 202 

Locke, James J s. 68 

Locke, John W ' 224 

Locke, Lyman 80 

Locke, W. S 38 

Locke, Wm. H 288 

Lockwood. Wm. H 285 

Logan, Lewis G 261 

Logan, Robert A 36 

Lombard, George B 216 

Lombard, Hosea C 161 

Lombard. Jacob H 216 

Lombard. Richard T., (11th Mass. inf.) 163 

Lombard, Richard T., (16th Mass. inf ) 169 

Lonergan, John 116 

Long, Alanson B 226 

Long, Charles H., (1st \ N. H. h. art.) 66 

Long, Charles H., (5th N, H. inf.) 74 

Long, Francis S 290 

Long, George H 195 

Long, Hezekiah 45 

Long, James F., jr 288 

Long, Malcolm W., (14th Me. inf.) 36 

Long, Malcolm W. , (9th co. Me. inf.) 62 



Long, Walter P 290 

Longee, John E o 

Longer, Wm. F 132 

Longfellow, Charles A 121 

Longley, George M 50 

Longley, Stephen W 227 

Longstreet, James M 256 

Look. Orrick 181 

Loomis, Andrew W 288 

Loomis, Benjamin T 291 

Loomis, Douglass P % 105 

Loomis, Francis D 271 

Loomis, Henry W 261 

Loomis, Joshua A 209 

Loomis, Lyman S 105 

Loomis, Oliver P 262 

Loomis, William 115 

Loomis, Wm. S 219 

Loorien, Wm. F 14)7 

Lord, Charles P - 25 

Lord, Charles V 14 

Lord, James H 38 

Lord, John A 43 

Lord, John W 68 

Lord, Joseph O 39 

Lord, Nathan, jr 106, 107 

Lord, Thomas W 41 

Lord, Wm. J 221 

Loring, Frank W 210 

Loring, Edward P 35 

Loring, Jacob B 1 

Loring, Selden H 197 

Loring, Southworth 212 

Lormer, Andrew G 239 

Lothrop, Augustus W 156 

Lothrop, Cherberry F 39 

Loud, Marcus M 165 

Louis, George 267 

Love. Horace W 2)3 

Lovejoy, Francis 78 

Lovejoy, Frank M 284 

Lovejoy, Samuel B 1 

Loveland, Calvin R 112 

Lovell, Frederick D 63 

Lovell, John A 203 

Lovell, Samuel C 127 

Lovering, Joseph F 42 

Lovett, C. W 202 

Low, Charles W 15 

Low, David W 158 

Low, Edward C 15 

Low, Edwin A 38 

Lowe, Nathaniel, jr . . , 84, 84 

Lowe, Nathaniel F 74 

Lowell, Charles, (1st Me. vet. inf.) 11 

Lowell, Charles, (7th Me. inf.) 23 

Lowell, Charles R 123 

Lowell, David 47 

Lowell, Frederick E 212 

Lowell, Hamilton L 33 

Lowell, Henry G 79 

Lowell, James J 178 

Lowell, JohnH 27 

Lowell, John P 279 

Lowell, Oliver H 39 

Lucas, Frederic A 263 

Lucas, Walter M 282 

Luce, David P 50 

Luce, Enos T 49 

Luce, Freeman C 228 

Luce, Walter 291 



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Lucia, Joel H - - : 120 

Lull. Fred. A., (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Lull, Frederick A., (6th batt. Mass.l art.)... 142 

Lull. Oliver W - - 81 

Lunch, John A 189 

Lundy, Francis 150 

Lunt, Lewis H 19 

Lurvey, James T 175 

Luther, Walter H 245 

Luther, Win. T 255 

Ly ford, Edward T 84 

Lyford, James 45 

Lyford, Jeremiah D 84 

Lyl'ord, We O 74 

Lyle, JabezM 152 

Lyman, Charles 282 

Lyman, Charles N 289 

Lyman, J. Austin 203 

Lyman, John N 280 

Lyman, Justus 191 

Lyman, Luke 191 

Lyman, Moses 118 

Lyman, Timothy P 122 

Lymau, Wyllys 114 

Lynde, Frederick M..T. 103 

Lynde, Win. W 110 

Lyndly, Henry C 169 

Lvnu, Curtis W Ill 

Lyon, A. W 101 

Lyon, Charles P 152 

Lyon, Fred. A 93 

Lyon, George P 205 

Lyon, Isaac S 277 

Lyon, James W 252 

Lyon, Judson M 258 

Lyon, Julius M 21 9 

Lyon, Hansom P., (23d Conn, inf.) 292 

Lyon, Ransom P., (28th Conn, inf.) 297 

Lyons, Andrew S 20 

Lyons, Henry W 223 

Lyons, Patrick ..." 250 

Lyset, Win. N 21 

Mabbett, Alonzo L 293 

Mabry, Madison 41 

McAlister, John Q. A 227 

McAlpine, William T 150 

Mc Ardle, James, (28th Mass. inf.) 193 

McArdle, James, (56th Mass. inf.) 228 

McArthur, William M 25 

Mc Auliffe, Frank 291 

McCabe, George F 78. 

McCabe, James P 263 

McCabe, Stephen 179 

McCaffertv, James E 160 

McCafferty, Matthew J 187 

McCall, A. Dwight 279 

McCall, John 272 

McCall, William J., (2d R. I. cav.) 241 

McCall, William J., (3d R. I. cav.) 242 

MCallum, James 147 

McCann, Peter F 38 

McCarter, John G 187 

McCartin, Michael 273 

McCarthy, Cornelius 193 

McCartney, Timothy 200 

McCartney, William H 140 

McCarty, John J 287 

McCarty, Timothy 173 

McCarty, William 193 

McCasker, John 273 

McClary, Ire Darling .• 107 

24 a 



McClearn, Stewart F... 136 

McClearn, Stuart F 158 

McClellan, Samuel, (5th Conn, inf.) 265 

McClellan, Samuel, (13th Conn, inf.) 280 

McClure, Cyrus G 76 

McClure, Jacob 10 

McCluskey, John 38 

McCluskey, T. A. E 38 

McCobb, Charles S 18 

McConney, William H 86 

McConville, Henry 188 

McCord, James J 280 

McCormic, Charles 109 

McCourt, Robert W 171 

McCowen, John 25 

McCoy, James E '. 70 

McCready, William .'...241 

McCrilles, John R 74 

McCurdy, Andrew C 6 

McCurdy, David A 87 

McCurdy, Wilbur G 143 

McDavitt, Charles 137 

McDavitt, James, (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

McDavitt, James, (8th Mass. inf.) 158 

McDermott, Felix, (21st Mass. inf.) . . 179 

McDermott, Felix, (36th Mass. inf.) 207 

McDevitt, David 116 

McDevitt, William 211 

McDonald, Charles 163 

McDonald, George E : 261 

McDonald, George F 193 

McDonald, Henry J 277 

McDonald, Isaac H., (8th Me. inf.) 25 

McDonald, Isaac H., (20th Me. inf.) 45 

McDonald, James W 163 

McDonald, John S 68 

McDonald, Michael 125 

McDonald, William O., (26th Me. inf.) 52 

McDonald, William O., (27th Conn, inf.) 296 

McDonnell, John A 193 

McDonough, Henry 287 

McDonough, John 149 

McDonough, Louis R 297 

McElroy, Clesson R 116 

McEntee, James 244 

McEwen, Robert C 287 

McFarland, John D 22 

McFarland, Moses 110 

McFarland, Thomas, (3d Mass. inf.) 152 

McFarland, Thomas, (58th Mass. inf..) 231 

McFarlin, William S 173 

McGaffey, Stephen R 118 

McGee, James 193 

McGee, William 74 

McGenty, James 244 

McGilvery, Freeman 7 

McGinley, George 11,23 

McGinnis, John E 112 

McGinnis, John T 288 

McGinnis, William A 175 

McGinniskefi, Charles B 160 

McGinniss, James 221 

McGlauflin, Charles 68 

McGlim, John 193 

McGouigle, Hugh 159 

McGrath,John 154 

McGray,OtisC 17 

McGregor, John 127 

McGregor, John H., (12th Mass. inf.) 165 

McGregor, John H., (32d Mass. inf.) 201 

McGregor, John W 220 



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McGregor. Murdock 178, 202 

McGuire, James 2 

McGuire, Michael C 221 

McGuire, Michael T. H 83 

McGunnigle, James Frederick 159 

Mclntire, Henry M 130 

Mcintosh, Isaac R 123 

Mclntyre, Donald 16 

Mclntyre, George A 15 

Mclntyre, Henry S 1 

Mclntyre, Horatio 64 

Mclntyre, James A 194 

Mclntyre, Joseph 245,251 

Mclntyre, Patrick 193 

Mc Jellison, John 53 

McKay, Gurden 182,182 

McKay, James 250 

McKay, John, jr 253 

McKay, Thomas 178 

McKay, William 191 

McKeay , Francis 288 

McKeen, Henry H 55 

McKeever, Samuel, (16th Mass. inf.) 169 

McKeever, Samuel, (28th Mass. inf.) 193 

McKendry, Archibald 123 

McKenna, Andrew C 234 

McKenna, Henry 274 

McKenney, Levi F 27 

McKenney, Miles 5 

McKeon, Francis 273 

McKeon, Michael 187 

McKew, George 275 

McKinley, James B 22 

McKinney, Austin A 290 

McKinney, Henry S i 262 

McKinnon, Daniel 271 

McKusick, John F 1 

McKu»ick, Marshall N 9 

McLaughlin, Frank 50 

McLaughlin, N. B 149 

McLaughlin, Napoleon R 229 

McLean, Daniel 218 

McLellan, John 11,20,23 

McLellan, Thomas 163 

McMahon, Lawrence 193 

McMain, Thomas F 291 

McManus, Martin J 105 

McManus, Park W 191 

McManus, Thomas ".294 

McMillan, Put 118 

McMillian, Andrew T 248 

McNamara.D. G 159 

McNamara, James W 160 

McNamara, Michael A 176 

McNamara, Michael C 171 

McNamara, Michael H 159 

McNeil, Rollin 273 

McPhee, Daniel 216 

McPherson, Jewett 59 

McPherson, Robert J ] 9 

McQuade, Frank 163, 170 

McQuhae, John 287 

McQuillan, James 195 

McQuUton, Joseph 189 

McSweeney, Edward 160 

McTavish, Alexander 164 

McUrda.JohnE 25 

McWain, Edwin J 94 

Macheret, Jules 256 

Mack, Daniel A 101,102 

Mackenzie, Ranald S 262 



Macomber, George, (24th Mass. inf.) 185 

Macomber, George, (34th Mass. inf.) 203 

Macomber, John H 94 

Macumber, Horatio E 210 

Macy, George N 177 

Madagau, William 159 

Madden, James 83 

Maddox, John W 280 

Madigau, Joseph C 195 

Magee, James M 125 

Maggi, Albert C 202 

Maggi, Alberto 179 

Magill, James 242 

Maglathlia, Henry B 153 

Magner, James 194 

Magnitsky, Gustave 177 

Maguire t Rufus M 149 

Mahan, John William 159 

Maher, John 193 

Maher, Nathan 278 

Maher, Patrick 293 

Mahoney, Andrew 176 

Mahurin, William C 67 

Main, Edwin G 272 

Main, John N « 292 

Main, John T 14 

Maine, Jacob C 80 

Maker, John C 185 

Malbon, Joseph H 39 

Mali, H. W. T., jr 177 

Mallory, George N 275 

Maloney, William B 159 

Malony, William S 261 

Maloy, John 153 

Manchester, Benjamin B 250 

Manchester, C. N 239,241 

Manchester. Joseph S., (7th R. 1. inf.) 254 

Manchester, Joseph S., (2d R. I. inf.) 250 

Manix, Philip A 261 

Manly, Ralza M 90 

Mann, A. A..., 239 

Mann, Albert W 150 

Mann, Barnabus N 172 

Maun, Benjamin G 122 

Mann, Cyrus S ^ 199 

Mann, Ezekiel F 171 

Mann, Henry A 72 

Mann, Samuel S., (7th Me. inf.) 23 

Mann, Samuel S., (9th Ale. inf.) 27 

Mann, Samuel W 136 

Manning, Benjamin H 212 

Manning, Charles H 141 

Manning, Edward P 295 

Manning, George A , 123 

Manning, George O 140 

Manning, Jacob M 215 

Manning, Stephen H 19 

Manning, T. Henry 141 

Manning, William C 123 

Manross, Newton S 285 

Mansfield, David B 277 

Mansfield, James F 163, 170 

Mansfield, Samuel M 293 

Mansir, Allen S 161 

Manson, John C 50 

Manson, Melville H 20 

Mansur, Warren 3 

Manter, Gould 59 

Manter, George W 7i 

Manton, Benjamin F 244 

Manton, Walter B 244 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



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Maples, James S 295 

Marble, John W 152 

Marble, Samuel W 138 

Marble, William S., (Captain) 269 

Marble, William S. ( (First Lieut.) 269 

Marble, William T 290 

Mareh, Charles It 35 

March, James E 200 

Marcy, George O 258 

Mare V, Henry 215 

Harden, Elijah P V 74 

Marden, George H., jr 154 

M ar 1 an d , A 1 I' r e d 72 

Marland. William 140 

Maroney. James 171 

Marsh, Cirmi L 116 

Marsh. Charles E 85 

Marsh, Daniel E 263 

Marsh, Daniel J 2*9 

Marsh, Edward W r , 262 

Marsh. Henry A 70 

Marsh, James E 200 

Marsh, Jeremiah W 54 

Marsh, John F 85 

Marin, Encius 13 220 

Marsh, Walcott P., (8th Conn, inf.) 271 

Marsh, Walcott P., (8th Conn. inf.). .. 271 

Marsh, William R 161 

Marshall, Andrew 267 

Marshall. C. E 25 

Marshall, Daniel 13 294 

Marshall, Dustin 70 

Marshall, George E 212 

Marshall, Howard T 278 

Marshall, Isaac N 155 

Marshall, James H., (8th N. H. inf.) 80 

Marshall. James H., (57th Mass. inf.) 229 

Marshall, John J 189 

Marshall, Joseph A . . -• 207 

Marshall, Thomas E 68 

Marshall, Thomas H., (4th Me. inf.) 17 

Marshall, Thomas II., (7th Me. inf.) 24 

Marshall, William II ,275 

Marston, A. B -.5 

Marston, Ansel G 27 

Marston, Daniel 39 

Marston. Elias H 74 

Marston, Gilman 69 

Marston, H. P 202 

Marston, Oliver H 87 

Marston, Simon It 83 

Martin, Andrew J 50 

Martin, Augustus P 141 

Martin, Benjamin P., (1st Mass. h. art.) 130 

Martin. Benjamin P., (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Martin, Charles F 290 

Martin, Charles T 275 

Martin, Edward C 239 

Martin, G. W 41 

Martin, George H _, 17 

Martin, George P 210 

Martin, George T 136 

Martin, George W., (2d Me. cav.) .4 

Martin, George W., (6th Me. inf.) 21 

Martin, George W., (5th Me. inf.) 19 

Martin, George W., (1st Mass. cav.) 121 

31artin, Henry 148 

Martin, Henry W 10 

Martin, James N 38 

Martin, John W., (1st Mass. cav.) 121 

Martin, John W., (24th Mass. inf.) 185 



Martin, Josiah II 290 

Martin, Knott V 183 

Martin, Sylvanus 236 

Martin, Sylvester 88 

Martin, William E., (13th Vt. inf.) 116 

Martin, William E.. (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Martin, William II 104 

Martin. William P 243 

Martins, William P 189 

Marvin, Edwin E 265 

Mason, Adoniram J 1S5, 206 

Mason, Albert 210 

Mason, Alvin C 119 

Mason. Andrew J 105 

Mason, Augustus 215 

Mason, Charles 210 

Mason, Charles P 249 

Mason, Charles W 117 

Mason, Ebenezer P 260 

Mason, Edward B 129 

Mason, Edwin C 23 

Mason, Eugene J 212 

Mason, Frederiek T 31 

Mason, George E 129 

Mason, Glenroy P 260 

Mason, Granville P 78 

Mason, Herbert C 177 

Mason, James M 169 

Mason, John E 82 

Mason, Marvin M 92 

Mason, Oetavius C 67 

Mason, Pardon 243 

Mason, Pethm 1 86 

Mason, Philip C 171 

Mason, Royal M 165 

Mason, William E.. (3d Mass. inf.) 152 

Mason, William E.. (:38th Mass, inf.) 231 

Masuerrv, Charles H 130 

Mather, Charles M 290 

Mather, Emmett $2 

Mather, Joseph 237 

Mathes, Robert H 41 

Mathews, Adolphus B., (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Mathews, Adolphus B., (26th Me. inf.) 52 

Mathews, Amos B 48 

Mathews, Asa D 94 

Mathews, Osmand W 137 

Mathewson, Charles 278 

Mathewson, Charles S 255 

Mathewson, James R 156 

Mathewson, Joseph 288 

Mathon, Morris 83 

Mathot, Louis 212 

Mathy, F. Lawrence 150 

Matson, Nathaniel 261 

Matson, Warren R 15 

Matson. Wilf. H 297 

Matthews, Henry 188 

Matthews, Osman W 212 

Mattocks, CharlesP 41 

Mattocks, Edward 101,102 

Maxfield, Albert 31 

Maxfield, Jared P 125 

Maxfield, Thomas A 47 

Maxham, Jubez R 94 

Maxon, Herbert A 295 

Maxwell, William H 70 

May, James, (15th Mass. inf.) 167 

May, James, (20th Mass. inf.) 177 

Mav, Silas 85 

I May, William H 292 



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Mayer, Nathan 285 

Mayhew, Abijah L 156 

Mayhew, Hebron 29 

Mayhew, Nathan 1 

May loan, John W 228 

Mavnard, Jesse C 295 

Mayno, William W 72 

ftlayo, Charles H., (3d Mass. h. art.) 134 

Mayo, Charles H., (16th Mass. inf.) 169 

Mayo, Ezekiel R 6,8 

Mayo, Thomas A 196 

Meachum, George A 169 

Mead, Daniel M 276 

Mead, David W 287 

Mead, John 38 

Mead, John B 110 

Mead. Thomas R v:76 

Meader, Charles E 123 

Meands, Xathan L., (22d Mass. inf.) 181 

Meands, Nathan L., (32d Mass. iuf.) 200 

Mecorney, Horace 187 

Medgley. Alfred W 162 

Meech. Stephen B 295 

Meeker, George W 265 

Meeker, Lorenzo 267 

Meeker, William H 267 

Meeker, William V 94 

Mehan, Dennis 150 

Meigs, John J 95,101 

Meillett, William 169 

M p.inieke, Frederick 14 

Mel jher, Holmau S 45 

Mellen. R. G 185 

Mellish, Walter 70 

Melius, Edward H 135 

Mercer, Frederick W., (4th Mass. cav.) 127 

Mercer, Frederick W., (20th Mass. inf.) 177 

Mercer, Frederick W., (47th Mass. inf.) 220 

Meredith, Joseph H 280 

Merill. John S 19 

Merrell, Edmund P 51 

Merriam, Edwin J 270 

Merriam, Ephraim C 212 

Merriam. George C, (8th Conn, inf.) 271 

Merriam, George C, (15th Conn, inf.) 284 

Merriam, Henry C 45 

Merriam, John L 271 

Merriam, Joseph W 173 

Merriiuu, Waldo 169 

Merrill, Albert G 82 

Merrill, Alfreds 15 

Merrill, Augustus 11, 23 

Merrill, Chandler R 38 

Merrill, Charles 5 

Merrill, Charles B 41 

Merrill, Charles L 176 

Merrill, Edward J 41 

Merrill, Edward P 2 

Merrill. Edward R 121 

Merrill, George S 153 

Merrill, James F 253 

Merrill, James W 54 

Merrill, JohnH 246 

Merrill, Moses B 221 

Merrill. Q, W 9 

Merrill, Octavius A 132 

Merrill, Samuel H 2 

Merrill, Simeon H 31 

Merrill, William 19 

Merrill, William F 134 

Merritt, ChariesM 175 



Merritt; George W 1.36 

Merritt, Henry 184 

Merritt, Henry A 132 

Merritt, Henry T 171 

Merritt, James D 282 

Merritt, William H 158 

Merron, James M 68 

Merrow, William H 129 

Merry, Benjamin G. , (2d Me. cav. ) 3 

Merry, Benjamin G., (21st Me. inf.) 47 

Merry, Samuel B 3 

Merserve, Stephen E 169 

Merwin, Henry C 296 

Merwin. Samuel T. C 288 

Meryfield, Joseph A 211 

| Meserve, Harry 202 

I Meserve, Warren C 118 

I Meserve, William N 136, 205 

Meservey, Benjamin F 173 

I Messer, Albion A 1 87 

Messer, ATvin A 11 

Messer, Austin W 84 

Messer, Carlos P 224 

I Messer, Charles C 189 

Messer, George E 80 

Messer, Nathaniel ^. . 177 

Metcalf, Edwin, (3d R. I. h. art.) '. . .243 

Metcalf , Edwin, ( 1 1th R. I. inf. ) 255 

Metcalf, Frederick 244 

Metcalf, Fred. A 3 

Metcalf, George, (3d R. I. h. ait.) 244 

Metcalf, George, (3d batt'y Conn. art. ) 264 

Metcalf, Henry PI 244 

Metcalf, Henry X 69 

Metcalf, J. H 37 

Metcalf, Joel 255 

Metcalf, William 169 

Metzger, Frank 277 

Middiebrook, Henry, (3d .batt'y Con n. 1. art.). 264 

Middlebrook, Henry, (23d Conn, inf.) 292 

Middiebrook, Louis N 258 

Middlebrook, Theophilus C 117 

Middleton. George W 297 

Miessuer, Lewis 281 

Mifflin, Benjamin C - 223 

Miles, Jameo 80 

Miles, John 193 

Miles, Nelson A 181 

Miles, Thomas 127 

Miles, Walter 121 

Miles, William H., (3d N. II. inf.) 70 

Miles, William H. F (2d Mass. inf.) .150 

Miliken, Frank 61 

Miliken. William, jr 53 

Millar, Robert 252 

Millard, Henry I 203 

Miller, Adam 150 

Miller, Alden, jr 45 

Miller, Charles A 3 

Miller, David H 292 

Miller, Henry C....'. 102 

Miller. Henry D 284 

Miller, Henry F. H 205 

Miller, Jacob 145 

Miller, James 127 

Miller, John B 277 

Miller, JohnW 261 

Miller, Joseph 267 

Miller, Ozro 162 

Miller, Robert 68 

Miller, Robert A 15J 



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Miller, Robert R 265 

Miller, Samuel L 45 

Miller, Sheridan F 18 

Miller, Theodore 275 

Miller, William G 285 

Miller, William H 53 

Millett, AlouzoD 25 

Millett, Henry R.. (5th Me. inf.) 19 

Millett, Henry R., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Millett, Henry R., (29th Me. inf.) ." 55 

Millett, John W 50 

Millett, Josiah A 57 

Millett, Stephen D 14 

Milliken, AbramH 85 

Milliken. Elias 36 

Milliken. John F., (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Milliken, John F., (Capt. 8th Me. inf.) 25 

Milliken. John P., (1st Lieut 8th Me. inf .) .. # .25 

Millington, Thomas 273 

Mills, Charles C 269 

Mills, Charles J., (2d Mass. inf.) 150 

Mills, Charles J., (5Gth Mass. inf. ) 228 

Mills, Edwin ...211 

Mills, Henry M., (1st N. H. h. art.) 66 

Mills, Henrv'M., (lGth N. II. inf.) 90 

Mil lsjj oh n C 287 

Mill s, Joseph 66 

Mil 8. Taleman C 202 

Mills, Thomas J 260 

Millward, Benjamin F 232 

Milne, Joseph S 247 

Milton, J. Slocum 178 

Milton, Kichard S 143 

Miner, Albert, jr 67 

Miner, William P * 280 

, Mines, John F 14 

Minor, John H 193 

Minot, Edward J 217 

Mintie, Alexander E 289 

Minvan, Alanson E 162 

Mirick, Franklin B 205 

Mitchell, Albert L 209 

Mitchell, Alfred, (9th Me. inf.) 27 

Mitchell, Alfred, (13th Conn, inf.) 280 

Mitchell, Ami R 127 

Mitchell, Benjamin L., (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Mitchell, Benjamin L.. (8th Mass. inf.) 158 

Mitchell, Charles W 183 

Mitchell, Dexter 25 

Mitchell. Frank A 228 

Mitchell, George L 193 

Mitchell, Harris B .' 92 

Mitchell. Henry G 59, 60 

Mitchell, Henry H 211 

Mitchell. John 40 

Mitchell, John D 58 

Mitchell, John M 25 

Mitchell, John W 180 

Mitchell, Jordan P 11, 20, 23 

Mitchell, Joseph D 25 

Mitchell, L. H 202 

Mitchell, Morton D 210 

Mitchell. Oreb F 212 

Mitchell, OrrinP 17 

Mitchell, Peleg 157 

Mitchell. Samuel L 83 

Mitchell, William, (28th Mass. inf.) 193 

Mitchell, William, (28th Conn, inf.) 297 

Mitchell. William B 164 

Mitchell, Wells B 203 

Mix, Edward A 260 



Mix, Edward H 286 

Modica, Frank B MO 

Modica. Joseph A 84 

Moegling, Adolphe l *77 

Moegling, William x!?d 

Moffatt, Arden 295 

Moies, Thomas 255 

Molton, William F 177 

Monk, Henry A 205 

Monroe, Charles F 26 

Monroe, Chatles W 252 

Monroe, George A 242 

Monroe. George M 1 179 

Monroe, J. Albert 246 

Monroe, James 190 

Monroe, Lorenzo D 231 

Monroe, Galium P 45 

Monroe, William V lt',4 

Montague, George L 209 

Montgomery, John, (batt'y B.lst bntt'n ATe.l.art.) 7 

Montgomery, John, (12th Me. inf.) 33 

Montgomery, William, (1st Me. cav.)(fc I 

Montgomery, William, (2d N. H. inf.) 68 

Montgomery, William W 233 

Monteith, William 193 

I Moody, Ira A 88 

! Moody, Joseph E 232 

Moody, Marcus T 209 

! Moody, William H 3 

Mooney, John . .82 

Mooney, Michael 7 

| Mooney, Thomas 160 

Moore, Charles H 72 

Moore, Charles N 225 

i Moore, Charles W 197 

; Moore, Clement C 177 

: Moore, David 161 

1 Moore. E. Lewis 269 

Moore, Edward 41 

~. f oore, Edwin E 16 L 

Moore. Franklin 92 

Moore, Gustavus 40 

Moore. Henry D 35 

Moore, Herbert II 112 

Moore, Hiram 49 

Moore, James B., (19th Mass. inf.) 175 

Moore, James B., (61st Mass. inf.) 233 

Moore, James D 88 

j Moore, James E 2^7 

Moore, James F 14 

i Moore, James M 283 

Moore, James R 271 

Moore, John C. W 84 

Moore, John S 15 

Moore, John W IS) I 

Moore, Joseph A. ..: 171 

Moore, Josiah H 92 

Moore, Luther F 1 19 

Moore, MacLelland 193 

Moore, McClelland .163 

Moore, Marcus A 1:27 

Moore, Mathias J 146 

Moore, Newton R ■ 61) 

Moore, Richard V 5 

Moore, Samuel 193 

Moore, Samuel A -T 282 

Moore, Thomas T 77 

Moore, William A 75 

Moore, Winslow S 108 

Moore, Winthrop A 233 

Moors, John F 220 



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INDEX OP NAMES. 



Moran, James 245 

Moran, John 159 

Moran, John B 221 

Moran, Michael 83 

Morar, Oscar A b'9 

Morehouse, George N., (9th Conn, inf.) 27:3 

Morehouse, George N., (14th Conn, inf.) 282 

Morehouse, H. M 219 

Morehouse, John B 258 

Morehouse, Joseph E 28? 

Morell, John N 41 

Moreton. John A 50 

Morey, Benjamin A., (31st Mass. inf.) 199 

Morey, Benjamin A., (49th Mass. inf.) 223 

Morey, Benjamin P ] 99 

Morey, Charles C 100 

Morey, Henry G 223 

Morey, Liscom 199 

Morey, Sidney S 1 1 6 

Morey, William, jr 38 

Morgan, Alfred L 2fil 

Morgan, Aflrew M 271 

Morgan, Couvers G 84 

Morgan, Frank W 68 

Morgan, Henry E 271 

Morgan, Isaac N 5 

Morgan, J. Frank 282 

Morgan, James H., jr 138 

Morgan, P. Woodbridge 209 

Morgan, Shapley 155 

Morgan, Walter J 194 

Morgan, William C 16 

Morrissey, John 152 

Morrill. Abel 102 

Morrill, Bradbury M 85 

Morrill, Charles A 138 

Morrill, Charles H 203 

Morrill, De Witt C 58 

Morrill, Edward D 146 

Mori ill. Edward H 233 

Morrill, Edward P 144 

Morrill, Edward P., sr 145 

Morrill, Edwin J 95 

Morrill. Eliphalet S 14 

Morrill. Ezekiel, (1st N. H. h. arfv) ... .67 

Morrill, Ezekiel, (13th N. H. inf.) 86 

Morrill, Frank L 71 

Morrill. George H 171 

Morrill, HollisD , 94 

Morrill, Isaac 21 

Morrill, Julius A '. 95 

Morrill, Lucius H 127 

Morrill, Walter G 45 

Morrill, William B ..'. 164 

Morrill, William C 209 

Morrill. William W 46 

Morris, D wight 282 

Morris, Edward S 36 

Morris, John H 271 

Morris, Shedriek K 1 49 

Morris, William 258 

Morris, William D 181 

Morrison, Charles P 221 

Morrison, Charles R 84 

Morrison, Oeorge W'. 65 

Morrison, Isaac H 84 

Morrison, JohnH 288 

Morrison, M. L 86 

Morrison, Samuel B 14 

Morrow, John, jr 243 

Morrow, William H., (21st Mass. inf.). ....... 179 



Morrow, William H., (36th Mass. inf.) 207 

Morse, Alfred D 33 

Morse, Amherst 94 

Morse. Augustus 179 

Morse, Benjamin E 252 

Morse, Charles 171 

Morse. Charles F., (2d Mass. inf.) 150 

Morse. Charles F., (13th Mass. inf.) 166 

Morse, Charles W 285 

Morse. Cornelius W 93 

Morse, Edmund A 109 

Morse, Edwin A 207 

Morse, Ephraim C 253 

Morse, Frank C 209 

Morse, George A 202 

Morse, George E 23 

Morse, George J 232 

Morae, George W 150 

Morse. Henry W 153 

Morse, Hiram, (20th Me. inf.) 45 

Morse, Hiram, (20th Me. inf.) 45 

Morse, Horace F., (5th Vt. inf.) 105 

Morse. Horace F., (31st Mass. inf.) 199 

Morse, John N , 205 

Morse. Joshua C 110 

Morse, Nixon #..94 

Morse, Oscar F 166 

Morse, Ralph W 14 

Morse, Samuel 192 

Morse, William W 289 

Mortimer, Caleb C. E 141 

Morton, Charles H 231 

Morton, Frederick A 9 

Morton, John E , 7 

Morton, Joseph W., (3d Mass. cav.) 125 

Morton, Joseph W., (4th Mass. cav.) 127 • 

Morton, Joseph W. , (7th R. I. inf.) 253 

Morton, Lewis J 37 

Morton, Nathaniel 152 

Morton, Solomon J 21 

Morton, Willie W 103 

Mosele v, John L : 109 

Moses, 'Kirk W 49 

Moses, Kirke W 57 

Moses, William Pitt 82 

Moss, Nathan F 255 

Motley, Thomas L 121 

Motley, William H 57 

Mott, AbnerR., (21st Mass. inf.) 179 

Mott, Abner R., (36th Mass. inf.) 207 

Motte, Ellis L 145 

Moulton, Albert A 70 

Moulton, Charles A 81 

Moulton, George E 35, 57 

Moulton, Henry W., (32d Mass. inf.) 200 

Moulton, Henry W., (39th Mass. inf.) 211 

Moulton, James 189 

Moulton, Moses P 66 

Moulton, Orson 1 87 

Moulton, Tvler C 125 

Moulton, William H 64 

Mountford. Hollis R 51 

Mauntford, Vincent 50 

Mower, Albion J 112 

Mower, George H 27 

Mower, Wilber F 40 

Mowry. Stafford 242 

Mown', William A 255 

Muchmore, George H 77 

Mudge. Charles E 1 49 

Mudge, Charles R 151 , 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



71 



Mudge, JohnG 227 

Mu-lge. William P 202 

Mudgett, Albert G 31 

Mudgett, Isaac N., (1st co. Mass. inf.) ...148 

Mudgett, Isaac N., (19th Mass. inf.) 175 

Mudgett, L. P 14 

Mudgett, Wdliam P 31 

Mudgett, William S 14 

Muhluer, William 296 

Mullally, John E 171 

Mullen, Daniel 273 

Mullen, John 279 

Mullen, Richard W 36 

Muller, August 177 

Mulligan, James E , 127 

Mulligan, Simon 211 

Mullins, Michael 273 

Mulloy, John B 209 

Mumford, Dudley C 176. 

Munger, George 264 

M unger, Lewis, (2d Mass. cav.) 123 

Munger, Lewis, (2d Conn. h. art.) 262 

Munn, Curtis E 151,191 

Munn, John 164 

Munn, William H 117 

Munroe, F. Le Baron 149,168 

Munroe, Lewis E., (47th Mass. inf.) 220 

Munroe, Lewis E., (59th Mass. inf.) 232 

Munroe, M artin A 137 

Munroe, William H 153 

Munsell, Anson S 233 

Munsell, George N 205 

Munsey, Hugh J., (8th Mass, inf.) 158 

Munsey, Hugh J., (2d co. Mass. inf.) 235 

Munson, Albert P 296 

Munsou, David C 262 

Munson, Edwin B 275 

Munson, Josiah B 117 

Munson, Medad D 284 

Munsou, Samuel 19 

Munson, William D 116 

Murch, Albert M 21 

Mureh, George W 165 

Murch, Isaac 54. 

Murdock, Albert M 230 

' Murdock, Charles C 187 

Murdock, George L 203 

Murdock, Joseph 217 

Murdock, William 282 

Murkland. John 168 

Murphey, Elisha B 8 

Murphy, Bradford S 108 

Murphy, Daniel J., (Second Lieut.) 175 

Murphy, Daniel J. ,■ (Sergeant) 176 

Murphy, James 177 

Murphy. John 293 

Murphy, Joseph 159 

Murphy, Joseph C 121 

Murphy, Michael 25 

Murphy, Patrick Edward ] 59 

Murphy, Patrick H 107 

Murphy, Thomas P 107 

Murray, Benjamin B 38 

Murray, Charles A 288 

•) Murray, Edmund G 25 

Murray, Edward J 289 

Murra v, George 143 

Murray, IL:ury H 86 

Murray. John 75 

Murrv. Charles M 167 

Muzzey, David P.. (3d Mass. cav.) 125 



Muzzey, David P., (23d Mass. inf.) 183 

Muzzey, Hiram C 155 

Muzzey, Loring W 165 

Myers, Joseph P 163 

My rick, Augustus C ~ . 35 

Myrick, George, (1st Mass. inf.) 149 

Myrick, George, (5th Mass. inf.) 154 

Myrick, John D 1 

Najac, Munson H 256 

Napheys, George H 294 

Naramore, Justin 116 

Nash, Charles E 43 

Nash, Charles W 271 

Nash, Francis A 134 

Nash, Frank A 210 

Nash, James S 49 

Nash, John M 15 

Nash, RoyalS 57 

Nash, Royal T 31 

Nason, Carter N Ill 

Nason, Charles, (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Nason, "Charles, (8th Me. inf.) 25 

Nagon, George H 205 

Nason, George L 250 

Nason, Horace E 118 

Nason, Joseph 181 

Nason, Paul F 179 

Nason, Sumner 49 

Nason, William A 84 

Neal, Edward B 54 

Neal, Samuel A 166 

Nearing, Edwin H., (12th Conn, inf.) 279 

Hearing, Edwin H., (23d Conn, inf.) 292 

Nearing, Frederick E 271 

Neddo, George 107 

Needham. Henry B., (14th Vt. inf.) 117 

Needham, Henry B., (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Needham, Herbert A 202 

Needham, Joseph B 103 

Neidhart. Julius 275 

Nelson, Abial W 173 

Nelson, Alvah P 225 

Nelson, David B 64,239 

Nelson, George S 211 

Nelson, John A 197,274 

Nelson, Thomas 101 

Nesmith, Arthur S 70 

Nettleton, Edward 91 

Nettleton, Edward P 199 

Nettleton, George F 75 

Nettleton. Isaac F 280 

Neville, Edwin M 258 

Neville, Mark 2 

Neville, Patrick 38 

Neville. T. F 242 

Nevin, Robert 243 

Nevins, Alfred M 108 

Newberry, Dwight 168 

Newcomb, Edgar M 176 

Newcomb, Elisha 51 

Newcomb, Lemuel E -.31 

Newcomb, Oliver P 82 

Newcomb, Thaddeus H 214 

Newell, H. Smith 191 

Newell, Henry C 101 

Newell, James R..' ^..80 

Newell, James S 216 

Newell, JohnB 275 

Newell, Joseph K 161 

Newell, Julius T 136 

Newell. Kilburn E 282 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Newell, Thompson L 72 

Neweil, Timothy 239 

Newenham, William R 6 

Newhall, Benjamin E 158 

Newhall, Charles C 50 

Newhall, Daniel B .".SO 

Newhall, George T 158 

Newman, Caleb P 297 

Newman, Prescotl 41 

Newman, William W 269 

Newt, AlonzoH 101 

Newton, Antipas 228 

Newton, Charles B., (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Newton, Charles B. , (5th Mass. inf.) 154 

Newton, Charles G 114 

Newton, Charles H 103 

Newton, Charles W 289 

Newton, Henry 246 

Newton, Henrv H Ill 

Newton, John'C 138 

Newton, John W 92 

Newton, Matthew T 275 

Newton, Thomas F 171 

Newton, William H 106 

Nibbard, Azro C 58 

Niebuhr, Caleb E 138 

Niebnhr, Frederick G 138 

Nichols, Alfred K 103 

Nichols, Andrew J 3 

Nichols, Charles H : 267 

Nichols, David L 133 

Nichols, George 116 

Nichols, George G 136 

Nichols, George N 220 

Nichols, George W 185 

Nichols, Henry J 94 

Nichols. Henry W 157 

Nichols, James B 185 

Nichols, James H 45 

Nichols, James R 283 

Nichols, James W 137 

Nichols, JohuC 267 

Nichols, Joseph i 44 

Nichols, Monroe 288 

Nichols, Philogene M 252 

Nichols, Robert C 145 

Nichols, Samuel E 209 

Nichols, Stephen M .• 292 

Nichols, William, jr., (2d Mass. inf.) 150 

Nichols, William, jr., (3d Mass. h. art.) 135 

Nichols, William A 223 

Nichols, William T 117 

Nickels, Edgar A 31 

Nickels, John B . . . .'. 38 

Nickerson, Albert A., (1st Me. vet. inf.) 11 

Nickerson, Albert A., (7th Me. inf.) 23 

Nickerson, Alfred E 43 

Nickerson, Frank S 17, 37 

Nickerson, George H 215 

Nickerson, Joseph 277 

Nickerson, Nehemiah 285, 290 

Nicolai, Henry L 64 

Niles, Albert H 258 

Niles, Horace 205 

Niles, Peter H 183 

Nims, Edward B '. 93 

Nims, OrmandF 140 

Nixon, George W 68 

Noble, Herbert A 129 

Noble, Joseph 27 

Noble, Joseph G 219 ! 



Noble, Robert W 223 

Noble, Terry S 161 

Noble, William H 987 

Nolan, John J 60 

Nolan, Patrick 134 

Noonan, Thomas 1 06 

Nooney, Patrick 983 

Norcross, Charles A 119 

Norcross, Frederick M 197 

Norcross, Henry A 49 

Norcross, John C 123 

Norcross, John E 1 07 

Norcross, William O 183 

Norman, David R 262 

Normau. William F 280 

Norris, Grafton 31 

Norris, Greenleaf K 23 

Norris, James M 22 

Norris, John H., (11th Conn, inf.) 277 

Norris, John H., (17th Conn, inf.) 861 

Norris, L. E 4L 

Norris, Louis E 3 

Norris, Nelson H 31 

North, Henry 287 

North, James N 183 

North, William B 288 

Northrop, Lewis 292 

Northrup, George J 2 

Norton, Charles L 294 

Norton, Edward W 232 

Norton, George A 154 

Norton, George H 21 

Norton, Hannibal D 200 

Norton, John B . .'. 207 

Norton, Joshua , 195 

Norton, Lucius F 389 

Norton, Noah F 54 

Norton, S. F "....103 

Norton, William H., (15th Vt. inf.) 118 

Norton, William H., (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Norton, William K 72 

Nortoni. Edward W 153 

Norwood, William E 58 

Nowland. James 38 

Noves. Amos F., (14th Me. inf.) 36 

Amos F., (23d Me. inf.) 49 

Nov es, A mos F. , (32d Me. inf.) 60 

Noves. Benjamin F., (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Noyes, Benjamin F., (48th Mass. inf.) 221 

Noves, Chancv O 58 

Noyes, Charles P 129 

Noyes, Edward L 125 

Noyes. Edwin M 102 

Noyes, Enoch, jr 895 

Noyes, Franklin 107 

Noyes. Horace C 43 

Noyes, Isaac B 19 

Noyes, James H 77 

Noyes, John B 193 

Noyes, Luke B., jr 156 

Noves, Luman A 99 

Noyes, McWaltcr B 245 

Noves, Nicholas N 821 

Noyes, Robert P 118 

Noyes, Thomas J 15 

Noyes, Walter F 4 ■'■ 

Noyes, Warren r ilrt 

Noyes. Warren T. , (1st Me. inf.) 10 

Noyes. Warren T., (20th Me. inf.) 15 

Noyes, William H 265 

Noyes, William S 19 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



73 



Noyes, William W., (23d Me.int) 49 

Noyes, William W., (oOth Me. inf.) 57 

Nugent. Richard P 160 

Nute, Alonzo 76 

Nute, Andrew T 136 

Nute, Charles W 6 

Nutting. George G 227 

Nutting. Henry S., (11th Mass. inf.) 163 

Nutting. Henry 8. , (ICth Mass. inf.) 169 

Nutting, Jonas J 76 

Nutting. Joseph H 191 

Nye, Charles H 20.2 

Nye, Chester F. 114 

Nye. Elbert H 107 

Nye, Ephraim B 146 

Nye, George A 16 

Nye, George H., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Nye, George H., (29th Me. inf. ) 55 

Nye, Henry W 43 

Nye, William H 15fi 

Oakes, B. Frank 128 

Oakeg, Benjamin F 5 

Oakes, Charles B ». . .243 

Oakes, George H 5 

Oakes, John H 118 

Oakes, Samuel J 6 

Oakes, T. Fletcher 149,228 

Oakey, Daniel 150 

Oaknian, Hiram A 156 

Oakman, Nathan S., (43d Mass. inf.) 215 

Oakman. Nathan S., (58th Mass. inf.) 231 

Ober, John S 5 

O'Brien, Dennis 269 

O'Brien, Edward F 193 

O'Brien, James S 221 

O'Brien, John 260 

O'Brien. John L 83 

O'Brien, John S 221 

O'Brien, Lawrence 273 

O'Brien, Lewis 53 

O'Brien, Martin 159 

O'Brien. William J 185 

O'Conntll, Patrick 159 

O'Connell, Patrick A 193 

O'Connor, Charles H 250 

O'Connor, James 209 

O'Dell, John 261 

Odiorne. Frederick 216 

O'Donnell, James 159 

O'Dowd, Francis 1 60 

OTlvnn . Michael 72 

Ogden, Frank G 331 

Ogdon, F. Gilbert .....221 

O'Gorman. John J ...224 

O'Grady. MichaeJ PO 

O'Hara" Michael Francis 159 

O'Keefe. James 193 

O'Keefe, William 273 

O'Learv. Timothy 159 

Oliver, "Abram A., (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Oliver. Abram A., (29th Mass. inf.) 195 

Oliver, Henry W 171 

Oliver, Janus, (16th Mass. inf.) 169 

Oliver, James, (21st Mass. inf.) 179 

Oliver, James, (61st Mass. inf.) 233 

Oliver, Kimble 189 

Oliver, Lucius C 86 

Oliver, Samuel C, (1st Mass. h. art.) 129 

Oliver, Samuel C, (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Oliver, Samuel C., (35th Aloes, inf.) 205 

Oliver, Thomas D 260 



Oliver, William A 294 

Olloqui, Rufus A 233 

Olmstead, Horace B 294 

Olney, Henry S., (3d R. 7. h. art.) 243 

Olney, Henry 8., (11th R. I. inf.) 255 

Olney, William C 252 

O Neil, Charles 279 

O'Neil , James 160 

O'Neil, Jeremiah 160 

O'Neil, William : 156 

O'Neill, James 187 

O'Neill, Joseph 195 

O'Neill, Thomas 1 87 

Onion, Edward M 173 

Onion. Henry, (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Onion, Henry, (18th Mass. inf.) 173 

Orcutt, Whitman L :J8 

Ordway. Albert 185 

Ormsbee, Charles J 106 

Ormsbee, E. J 115 

Orne, George W .• 165 

Orne. James D 173 

Orrok. Henry L 181 

Orsborne, Eli W 284 

Osborn, Alveraes 43 

Osborn, Benjamin A 2 

Osborn, Francis A 185 

Osborn, Frederick B 267 

Osborn, Samuel 207 

Osborne, George S 1 21 

Osborne. Ira Joseph 1 54 

Osborne, William F 260 

Osgood, Charles E., (3d Vt. inf.) 101 

Osgood, Charles E., (1st Mass. h. art.) 130 

Osgood, George W 76 

Osgood, Henry B 53 

Osgood, James H., (M-Mass h. art.) 134 

Osgood, James H., (29th Mass. inf.) 195 

Osgood, James M 129 

Osgood, Josiah A 220 

Osgood, Lewis V., (3d batt'y Mass. 1. art.) 141 

Osgood, Lewis V., (16th batt'y Mass. 1. art.). .147 

Osgood, Lewis W 87 

Osgood, Thomas S 52 

Osmond, William 97 

O'Sullivan, Daniel 273 

Otis, Frank G 275 

Otis, George A 191 

Otis. John L 275 

Otis, Mansell 78 

Otis, Orange B 76 

Otis, Theodore T 125 

Outhouse, Robert H 48 

Overlock, David M 45 

Oviatt, George A..». 2!'4 

Owen, Benjamin F '. 38 

Owen, Charles D 248 

Owen, Charles H 260 

Owen, Henry 266 

Owen, Robert S 126 

Owens, John W 123 

Packard, Albert H 58 

Packard, Alpheus S 12 

Packard, Charles E 19 

Packard, Charles K 57 

Packard, Charles T 1 65 

Packard, Dan 156 

Packard. Ezckiel 225 

Packard, John A. A 19 

Packard, Stephen B 33 

Packer, Alfred L 265 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Packer. E. Perry £90 

Packer, Warren W 265 

Packwood. . George H 177 

Paddock, Eldridge E 261 

Paddock, Robert E 289 

Page, Ambrose M 137 

Page, Amos W 53 

Page, Calvin G 211 

Page, Charles F 253 

Page. Clinton E 197 

Page. Edgar B 163 

Page, Edward, jr 199 

Page, George H 44 

Page, Henry 163 

Page, Henry A 276 

Page, Henry P 87 

Page, James A 88 

Page, Lemuel W 115 

Page, Mason W 142 

Page. Selden, (4th Mats. h. art.) 137 

Page, Selden, (11th Mass. inf.) 163 

Page, Theophilus 193 

Paige, Harlan P 103 

Paige. Henry M 92 

Paine, Charles J 181 

Paine, Edwin R 109 

Paine. Fayette M., (1st Me. h. art.) 6 

Paine, Fayette M., (17th Afc. inf.) 41 

Paine, John O. W 36, 36 

Paine, Joseph W., (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Paine, Joseph W., (43d Mass. inf.) 215 

Paine, Rotheus E 5 

Paine, Samuel 7 

Paine, Sumner 178 

Palfrey, Francis W 177 

Palmer, Alden D 14, 28 

Palmer, Asa C 51 

Palmer, Charles E 270 

Palmer, Charles S., (Capt. 19th Mass. inf.) 175 

Palmer, Charles S., (1st Lt. 19th Mass. inf.). ..175 

Palmer, Charles S., (9th Conn, inf.) 273 

Palmer, Edson B 112 

Palmer, Edwin B 43 

Palmer, Edwin F 116 

Palmer, William 205 

Palmer, Frank T 233 

Palmer, Frederick A 288 

Palmer, George R 43 

Palmer, Gideon S 15 

Palmer, Hayden D 261 

Palmer, Luzerne A 265 

Palmer, Moses P 166 

Palmer, Robert A 58 

Palmer, Sanford B 275 

Palmer, Thomas H ♦. . : 5 

Palmer, William H 64 

Palmer, William L 1 75 

Papanti, Augustus L 123 

Parcher, Charles H 42 

Pardee, Benjamin S 275 

Pardee, Henry C, (10th Conn, inf.) 275 

Pardee, Henry C, (20th Conn, inf.) 289 

Pardee, William W 261 

Parham, Salmon E 114 

Park, Castanus B., jr., (1st Ft. h. art.) 95 

Park, Castanus B., jr., (16th Vt. inf.) 119 

Park, Edward G 205 

Park, William, jr 143 

Park, Wisner 211 

Parker, Albert G 233 

Parker, Alexander M 1 



Parker, Arthur C 202 

Parker, Benjamin F...- 154 

Parker, Brainard M 93 

Parker, Charles 277 

Parker, Charles E 109 

Parker, Charles H 179 

Parker, Charles T 136 

Parker, Dexter F 162 

Parker, Edgar 1G6 

Parker, Edmund A 271 

Parker, Edward 86 

Parker, Edward B 95 

Parker, Ezra B., (1st N. H. cav.) 64 

Parker, Ezra B., (1st R. I. cav.) 239 

Parker, Ezra K 248 

Parker, Francis J 200 

Parker, Francis W 223 

Parker, Frank W 72 

Parker, Frederick A 289 

Parker, Fred. G 43 

Parker, George ; 107 

Parker, George A 41 

Paiker^George C 179 

Parker, Henry E 68 

Parker, Henry J 202 

Parker, Henry L 275 

Parker, Hiram N 25 

Parker. Jabez P 39 

Parker, Jackson V 109 

Parker, JamesF 88 

Parker, John D., jr 132 

Parker, John L 163 

Parker, John M 70 

Parker, John M. G 198 

Parker, Joseph D 53 

Parker, Richard F 112 

Parker, Theodore K 150 

Parker, Thomas J 194 

Parker, Timothy R 293 

Parker, William E 123 

Parker, William S 72 

Parker, William T. 6 

Parker, William W 123 

Parkhurst, Charles IL, (3d R. I. cav.) 242 

Parkhurst, Charles H., (llth R. I. inf.) 255 

Parkhurst, Mathew M 179 

Parkhurst, Melville C 211 

Parkhurst, Veranus P ' 187 

Parkhurst, Sherman W '. 99 

Parkinson, Edward T 172 

Parkinson, Henry 149 

Parkinson, John, jr 216 

Parks, James W ' : 74 

Parlin, ( harles H 40 

Parlin, Simeon W 3 

Parmelee, Moses P 101 

Parmelee, Uriah N 258 

Parmelee, William H 294 

Parmenter, Warren H 68 

Parr, John 1 138 

Parson, H. Chester 92 

Parsons, Abel K 104 

Parsons, Benjamin W., jr 125 

Parsons, Charles C 121 

Parsons, David E 43 

Parsons, Eben, jr 210 

Parsons, George B 19 

Parsons, H. K 275 

Parsons, James 1 89 

Parsons, John E 193 

Parsons, John R 199 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



P.irgons, John W 186 

Parsons, Joseph B 161 

Parsons, Joseph M 134, 138 

Partridge, Benjamin F 123 

Partridge, David A 214 

Partridge. John N 185 

Pasco, Henry L £85 

Passage, John 123 

Patch, CharlesTW 69 

Patch, George W 19 

Patch, Samuel 195, 206 

Patrick, Charles E , 64 

Patrick, Fred. M 226 

Pattee, Eldridge G 38 

Patten, Edward M 1 

Patten, Gibson C 48 

Patten, Henry L a 178 

Patten, Thomas H , 133 

Patten, "William A 60 

Patten. William R 84 

Patteugall, William R 6 

Patterson, Frank G 19 

Patterson, Henry D 260 

Patterson, Joab N 63 

Patterson, William C 121 

Pattison, Everett W 150 

Paul, Henry S 87 

Paul, Ora. jr 115 

Paul, Phineas C 117 

Paull, Charles H . 153 

Paull, Isaac D 2U 

Payne, Addis E 273 

Payne, George 31 

Payne, James T . 199 

Payne, Royal V 277 

Payne, William R 277 

Payson, Charles « 123 

Peabody, Baldwin T 202 

Peabody, H. 119 

Peabody, Joseph 295 

Peabody, Oliver W 217 

Peabody, William R 54 

Peach, Benjamin F., jr 158 

Peacock, James 229 

Peale," Henry 283 

Peard, Robert 159 

Pearl, Edward 149 

Pearl, Ichabod 68 

Pearl, Martin 96 

Pearley, John L 128 

Pearce, Alonzo E 10 L 

Pearce-, Christ T '. .245 

Pearson. George W., (32d Mass. inf.) 200 

Pearson, George W., (26th ind. co. Mass. in- 
fantry) 237 

Pearson, Henry H 76 

Pearson, Moses 66 

Pearson, Ora 35 

Pearson, Oscar 211 

Pearson, Timothy 146 

Pease, Benjamin B 177 

Pease. Calvin, jr 291 

Pease, Charles G 220 

Pease, Edmund M 285 

•Pease, Franklin W 209 

Pease, Levi S 297 

Pease, Loren H 276 

Peasley, Charles W 130 

Peavey, Thomas H 10 

Peck, Albert W 287 

Peck, Benjamin B 191 



Peck, Charles H 225 

Peck, David B 1 09 

Peck, Edward O. 262 

Peck, Edwin L 191 

Peck, Frank H ,..279 

Peck, George B., jr 250 

Peck, George C i 287 

Peck, Henry A 275 

Peck, Henry B '284 

Peck, James S., (13th Vt.inf.) 116 

Peck, James S., (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Peck, John F 292 

Feck, Samuel C, jr 267 

Peck, Theodore S 112 

Peek, William E 242 

Peck. William H 271 

Peck, William H. H 106 

Peck, William V 116 

Pcckham, Fenner H., (3d R. I. a. art) 243 

Peckham, Fenner H., (12th Ii. I. int.) 256 

Peekha.n, Peleg E ? 254 

Peevy, Thomas H 52 

Pokes, Thomas J 43 

Pelby, Forrester A 149 

Pelham. Marcus L 272 

Pelt.iu. Charles H .' 188 

Pelton, William H 199 

Pendergast, Richard 150 

Pendexter, Charles H 129 

Pendexter, Charles O 58 

Pendleton, James M 256 

Pentield, Benjamin B 267 

Penhallow, Charles E 282 

Pennell, Benjamin C 41 

Pennell, Charles J 31 

Pennell, David 51 

Pennell, Henry ...51 

, Pennell, Isaac A 39 

Pennell. Woodbury G 31 

Penninian, Bcthuel 152 

Penniman. Henry 15 

Percey, WiMiam N 127 

Perkens, Charles E 2.">0 

Perkins, Albert M 68 

Perkin/, Arthur N- . •- 75 

Perkins, Benjamin G 253 

Perkins,- Charles A. S 158 

Perkins, Charles N 211 

Perkins, Charles T 185 

Perkins, David M 68 

Perkins, Ellery D 31 

Perkins, Francis B 162 

Perkins, Francis W 68 

Perkins, George F 129 

Perkins, Geo. T., (26th & 32d Mass. inf.). .189, 200 

Perkins, Geo. T., (22d Mass. inf.) 182 

Perkins, George W 159 

Perkins, Henry A 295 

Perkins, Hiram 116 

Perkins, Hiram E 110 

Perkins, Horace 27 

Perkius, James A 185 

Perkins, John P 52 

Perkins, John W 38 

Perkins, Joseph 260 

Perkins, Lucien L 152 

Perkins, Marshall 87 

Perkins, Newton W 280 

Perkins, Sanford H 261, 282 

Perkins, Selah G 93 

Perkins, Silas M 60 



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Perkins, Solon A 126 

Perkins, Stephen G 151 

Perkins, Warrington, (15th N. H. inf.) 88 

Perkins. Washington, (18th N. H. inf.) 91 

Perkins, William 226 

Perkins, William E 150 

Perkins. WilliamF 1 177 

Perkins, William W 276 

Perley , George A 205 

Perley , John L 148 

Perley, John L., jr 64 

Perley, Joseph R 30 

Perrin, Walter 8 247 

Perrin, William B 98 

Perry, Charles C 25 

Perry, Daniel O 29 

Perry, David ." 199 

Perry, Edward S : 269 

Perry, EUR 61 

Peny, George A .1118 

Perry, George T 79 

Perry, Henry O 59 

Perry. Horatio N 243 

Perry, James B 75 

Perry. John A 246 

Perry. John B 114 

Perry, John C 41 

Perry, John F 54 

Perry, John G 177 

Perry, Joseph A 41 

Perry, Oliver H 256 

Perry; Raymond II., (3d R. I. cav.) 242 

Perry, Raymond H., (batt'y D, R. 1. 1 art.). . .247 

Perry, S. Horace .82 

Perry. Thomas W 255 

Perry, William A 7 

Perry, William II \..25l 

Perry, William 11 252 

Peters, Augustus C 39 

Peters, Benjamin F 68 

Peterson, Charles G. A 239 

Peterson, George F *. 296 

Peterson. Nelson II ' 80 

Pettee, Waitstell R „ 110 

Pettengell. Harry B _.107 

Pettengill, Charles II 55 

Pettengill, George W 12 

Pettengill, William S 221 

Pettibone, Ira W 275 

Pettit. Joseph 263 

Petton, John G 282 

Pew, Charles H »....134 

Pfaif. Moritz 267 

Phair, James 12 

Phalen, Edward A 150 

Phalen, Mich. William 159 

Phelan. William A 160 

Phelps, Benton 207 

Phelps, Charles. 209 

Phelps, Ellsworth N 291 

Phelps, George H 108 

Phelps, Horace E 279 

Phelps, James T 253 

Phelps, Jeremiah W 262 

Phelps, J, hn F 142 

Phelps. John W 279 

Phelps, Stephen 87 

Phe us, WinthropH 263 

Ph Ibrick, Caleb 208 

Ph.lbnck, Chase 167 

Phiibrook, Hiram A 25 



Philips, Henry T 290 

Phillips, Allen F 258 

Phillips, Alton E 122 

Phillips, Charles A 142 

Phillips. Charles C 214 

Phillips, Charles O 127 

Phillips, Daniel M 34 

Phillips, Edward W 224 

Phillips, Edwin ...... 103, 108 

Phillips. Henry M 127 

Phillips, Henry T 258 

Phillips, Hubbard H 101 

Phillips, Isaac A 25 

Phillips, John 123 

Phillips, John J 256 

Phillips Richard, (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Phillips. Richard, (8th M ass inf.) : 158 

Phillips, Walstein 2 

Phillips, Walter A., (3d Vt. 1. art.) 98 

Phillips, Walter A., (2d Pit. inf.) 100 

Phillips, W alter A., (13th Ft. inf.) 116 

Phillips, William A 195 

Phillips, William E 269 

Phinney, Edward F 200 

Phinney, Elisha 295 

Phinney, Major 25 

Phinney, Stephen C 200 

Phinney, William C 11 

Pickard, A.J 3 

Pickard, Isaiah L........ 149 

Pickering, Charles W 88 

Pickering, Christopher C 88 

Pickering, George A 202 

Pickering, John 189 

Pickering, John, jr 134, 138 

Pickering, Stephen H 239 

Pickett, Josiah 187 

»Pickinan, Benjamin 125 

Pierce, Charles E., (10th Mr., inf.) 29 

Pierce, Charles E., (29th Mc. inf.) 55 

Pierce, Charles E., (4th Mass. h. art.) 136 

Pierce, Ebenezer W 195 

Pierce, Edward C 15 

Pierce. Edward T 165 

Pierce, Edward W 126 

Puree Edwin A 252 

Pierce, Elbridge C 43 

Pierce, Elihu P 77 

Pierce, Elisha N 154 

Pierce, Elliot C 166 

Pierce v Frank, (6th Mc. inf.) 21 

Pierce, Frank, (6th N. H. inf.) 76 

Pierce, Frank 21 

Pierce, George, jr... 161 

Pierce, George H 245 

Pierce, George W., (1st X. II. cav.) 65 

Pierce, George W., (3d Ma:s. h. art.) 134 

Pierce, Henry B 183 

Pierce, Henry H., (1st Conn, hart.) ..260 

Pierce, Henry H., (7th Conn.mi.) ".269 

Pierce, Henry R 245 

Pierce, Horace F. W 74 

Pierce, I>aac. jr 145 

Pierce, James H 43 

Pierce, Johu L 21 

Pierce, Jonathan 200 

Pierce, Lewis A 101 

Pierce, Nathan H 80 

Pierce, Ransom N .• . . 38 

Pierce, Samuel E 198 

Pierce, W. B.. 247 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



77 



Pie-ce, Warren H. , (2d M c. cav. ) 3 

fierce, Warren H., (21st Me. inf.) 47 

Pierce, William A I.. 101 

Pierce, William B., (31st Me. inf.) 58 

Pierce, Wiliiam B., (3~d Me. inf.) 60 

Pierce, William W 103 

Pierce, Worthingbam 120 

Pierponfjamts M 276 

Pierpont, John 181 

Pierpont. William H 269 

Pierson, Charles L.. (20th Mass. inf. ) 177 

Piersou. Charles L., (39th Mass. inf.) 211 

Pierson, George H 154 

Pike, James 90 

Pike, JohuM .* 110 

Pillsburg, Dudley, J 87 

Pillsburry, Evans S 1 

Pillsburv, Leonard II 82 

JPUlBbury, William 8., (1st N. H. h. art.) 66 

PUlsbury, William S., (4th N. H. iuf.) 72 

PU'sbury, William S., (9th N. H. inf.) 82 

Pilsbury, Edward 33 

Pilsbury, Samuel H 19 

Pinder. Albert, (57th and 59th Mass. inf.) . 229, 232 

Pinder, Albert, (6th Mass. inf.) 155 

Pineo, Peter 159 

Pingree, George E 84 

Pingree, Samuel E 101 

Pingree, Stephen M 103 

Pinkam, George E 134 

Pinkham. Andrew 47 

Piukham, Charles II .'... 230 

Pinkham, E. E 88 

Pinkham. George E., (15th N. H. inf.) 88 

Piukham, George E., (6th Mass. inf.) 155 

Pinkliam. Hollia C 122, 123 

Pinkham, Isaac H 169 

Pinkham, John H 76 

Pinney, l-dward 294 

Pinney, Samuel C 155 

Piper, Horace L 53 

Piper, John F 212 

Piper, John K 67 

Pippey, William F 195 

Pitcher, Horatio 5 

Pitcher, William L 18 

Pitkin, Edgar 92 

Pitkin, Perky P 99 

Pitman, Benjamin 238 

Pitman, J. Talbot 255 

Pittman, Johnjr 255 

Pixley, Charles H :..93 

Pizer, John B 195 

Place, Henry N....: 271 

Place, Leonard F 70 

Plaisted, Charles E 68 

Plaisted, Christopher J 158 

Plaisted, Elijah F 54 

Plaisted, Harris M 31 

PlaRted. James II.: 15 

Plaisted, James W 70 

Plaisted, William P 31 

Plant, ArroM 117 

Piatt, Frank A 92 

Piatt, Hiram 114 

Piatt, James- H., (2d A T . H. inf.) 69 

Piatt, James H., (4th Vt.ini.) 103 

Piatt, Lemuel B 92 

Piatt, Oscar.. 262 

Piatt, Samuel H 203 

Platts, John A 76 



Plimpton, Jonathan F 175 

Plimpton, Salem W 1« 3 

Plumb, Charles E 292 

Plumb.Henry 263 

Plumer, George B 219 

Plumer, William 148 

Plummer, Albert 8 3 

Plummer, George 123 

Plummer, Jeremiah 53 

Plummer, Lincoln K 33 

Plummer, Rufus B 45 

Plummer, Samuel H 39 

Plummer, Warren C 38 

Plumpton, Josiah J 71 

Piunkett, Charles T 223 

Piunkett, Christopher 159, 159 

Piunkett, Joseph D 290 

Piunkett, Thomas F., jr 209 

Piunkett, William Ambrose 159 

Poland, Joseph M 118 

Pollack, John 212 

Pollard, Henry M 110 

Pollard, Horatio II 291 

Pollard, Joseph, (2d R. /.inf.) 250 

Pollard, Joseph, (12th R. 1. inf.) 256 

Pollard, Kendall 34 

Polley, Frank W 167 

Pomeroy, Julian 285 

Pomeroy, Willas A 260 

Pomroy, E. C 241 

Pomroy, Edwin C , 242 

Pomroy, John 31 

Pond, Cornelius V. R 279 

Pond, Frederick L 261 

Pond.GeorgeE 217 

Pond, James M 174. 200 

Poole, John F 126 

Poole, Lysander 215 

Poole, Marcus M 130 

Poor, Charles E. f (11th Me. inf.) 31 

Poor, Charles E., (6th Mass. inf.) 155 

Poor, Charles H 129 

Poor, George W 128 

Poor, Henry 171 

Po^r, James W 2 

Pope, Abel H 166 

Pope, Albert A 205 

Pope, Charles H 243 

Pope, Frank, {Captain) .. y 129 

Pope Frank, (1st Lieut.) 130 

Pope, Frederick G 125 

Pope, George W 196 

Pope, Henry D 125 

Pope, James 129 

Pope, John F., (1 st Lieut.) 129 

Pope, John F., {Captain) 13!) 

Poree, Ferdinand C 197 

Porter, Burr, (3d Mass. cav. ) 125 

Porter, Burr, (40thMass. inf.) 21 2 

Porter, Byron 161 

Porter, Charles II 21 1 

Porter, Charles L 91 

Porter, Edward L 288 

Porter, Edward 94 

Porter, Francis E 158 

Porter, Henry M - 109 

Porter, Horace P 269, 275 

Porter, Hugh F 5 

Porter, Josiah 140 

Porter, Perry, jr HO 

Porter, Reuben B. , (16th N. H. inf.) 90 



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Porter, Reuben B., (18th N. H. inf.) 91 

Porter, Selden E 264 

Porter, Thomas W., {1st Lieut.) 36 

Porter, Thomas W., {Colonel) ' 36 

Porter, William R 164 

Post, Albert K 217 

Post, BelaC 293 

Post. Edwin 260 

Post, Oliver R 289 

Pote, George P 5 

Potter, Albert 245 

Potter. AlvahK., (7th N. H. inf.) 78 

Potter, AlvahK., (18th jV. H. inf.) 91 

Potter, Andrew 203 

Potter, AsaT 134 

Potter. Charles H 256 

Potter, Edwin F 229 

Potter, George W 279 

Potter, "George W.J 161 

Potter, Hezekiah ..'. 248 

Potter, Isaac M. , (3d R. I. h. art.) 243 

Potter, Isaac M., (5th R. I. h. art.) 245 

Potter, James N 253 

Potter, Joseph H 85 

Potter, Robert A 262 

Potter, Robert H 76 

Potter, Warren S., (59th Mass. inf.) 232 

Potter. Warren S., (62d Mass. inf.) 234 

Pottle, Simon 21 

Pourjee, Jeremiah H 250 

Pousland, Thomas J 178 

Powdcrly, Michael E 193 

Power, Nicholas 224 

Powers, Albert W 150 

Powers, Andrew A 154 

Powers, Jumes 101 

Powers, Lvman A 214 

Poyen, Louis F 138 

Pratt, Alonzo D 203 

Pratt, Ambrose 291 

Pratt, Benjamin F 205 

Pratt, Charles A 214 

Pratt, Francis B 165 

Pratt Franklin A 261 

Pratt, George H 280 

Pratt, GustavusC 41 

Pratt, Gustavus P 176 

Pratt, Harrison W 203 

Pratt, Henry A. 261 

Pratt, Henry H 187 

Pratt, Henry T 227 

Pratt, J. Albert 228 

Pratt. James A 226 

Pratt, John A 173 

Pratt, John E ; 103 

Pratt, Jonathan W 242 

Pratt, Leonard B 64, 239 

Pratt, Myron C 122 

Pratt, R. M 166 

Pratt, Robert 105 

Pratt, William 185 

Pratt, William M 271 

Pray, Almon C, (23d Me. inf.) 49 

Pray, Almon C. , (29th Me. inf. ) 55 

Pray, Charles F -...174 

Pray, Frank W 2 

Pray, Paul B 171 

Pray, Samuel W 277 

Pray, William A 195 

Preble, Abraham H 47 

Preble, Henry C 37 



I Prentiss, Edmund F., (1st Lieut.)..., 250 

Prentiss, Edmund F., (2d Lieut. ) 250 

Prentiss, John J 64 

Prentiss, Samuel F 116 

Premiss, William P .64 

Prescott, Albert, (36th Mass. inf. ) 207 

Prescott, Albert, (57th Mass. inf.) 229 

Prescott, Calvin B 138 

Prescott, Daniel M 38 

Prescott, Dudley M 202 

I Prescott, Evander S., (2d Me. cav.) 3 

Prescott, Evander S., (28th Me. inf.) 54 

Prescott, Francis O 202 

Prescott. George H 143 

Prescott, George L 201 

Prescott, Harrison G 38 

Prescott, JohnH., (8th N. H. inf.) 80 

Prescott, John H. , (12th N. H. inf.) 85 

Prescott, Josiah 77 

Prescott, Josiah H 85 

Prescott, Morrill 139 

Prescott, Royal B 86 

Prescott, Samuel H 72 

Prescott, Thomas C 80 

Prescott, William H 68 

Pressey, George H 64 

Preston, Addison W 93 

Preston, Daniel J 205 

Preston, Edward V 266 

Preston, Everett B 9SJ 

Pre*ton, William H 129 

Price,* Reuben W 6' 

Prickett, Jesse ^ 209 

Pride, William G 260 

Priest, Ethan A 99 

Priest, George E., (53d Mass. inf.) 227 

Priest, George E., (56th Mass. inf.) 22 9 

Priest, John D 228 

Prime, Samuel S 175 

Prince, Albert 167 

Prince, Charles H 49 

Prince, Charles P 296 

Prince, Edward 295 

Prince, George 1 

Prince, Howard L 45 

Prince, James P 181.207 

Prince, John T 183 

Prince, Joseph B., jr 197 

Prince, Levi M., (25th Me. inf.) 5.V 

Prince. Levi M. , (30th Me. inf.) 5? 

Prindle, Cyrus E 280 

Prindle, Harrison 117 

Prindle, John A 109 

Prishee, Jesse C 70 

Pritchard, William L. G £82 

Proctor, Albert E., (4th Mass. h. art.) i:'6 

Proctor, Albert F., (42d Mass. inf.) 214 

Proctor, Alfred N 214 

Proctor, George A t . 1 83 

Proctor, Patrick S 1 69 

Proctor, Redfield, (5th Vt. inf.) 102, 105 

Proctor, Redfield, (15th Vt. inf.) 1)8 

Proctor, Royal B 35 

Prouty, Benjamin F 267 

Prout v, George W 225 

Prouty, Henry H 99 

Prouty, Joel H 225 

Prouty, Merrick F 187 

Prouty, William W 245 

Provost, Norman 267 

Pulsifer, Alfred H. , (2d Mass. h. art.) J 32 



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79 



Pulsifer, Alfred H., (6th Mass. inf.) 155 

Pulver. Martin M 199 

Purmgton, Robert H 50 

Pumngton. Collnfnore 11, 24 

Puninton, William H 265 

Pury, George B 177 

Putnam, Arthur A., (1st Mass. h. art.) 129 

Putnam, Arthur A., (2d Mass. h. art.) 132 

Putnam, AzielW 48 

Putnam, Black H 1 

Putnam, Georgo D 224 

Putnam, Huldiman S 78 

Putnam, Henry H 48 

Putnam, Isaac A ■. 104 

Putnam, John C 178 

Putnam, John W 76 

Putnam, Olonzo G 48 

Putnam, Wallace A., (10th Mass. inf.) 161 

Putnam, Wallace A., (56th Mass. inf.) 228 

Putnam, William L '. 178 

Putney, Alonzo W 80 

Putney, Charles A 80 

Quarles, Samuel D 76 

Quien, George 292 

Quien, Henry 287 

Quigly, Joseph P 193 

Quilty : John A 97 

Quimby, Alden 66 

Quimby, Daniel 57 

Quimby, Daniel, jr 14 

Quimby, Elisha M 112 

Quimby, George F 72 

Quimby, George W 103 

Quimby, H. Baxter 82 

Quimby, John C 14 

Quimby, John J 36 

Quimby, Luman V 118 

Quimdy, Albus R 15 

Quincy, Edward G 215 

Quincy, Samuel M 150 

Quiuby, Isaac F 35 

Quinlan, James 70 

Quinn, Christian 277 

Quinn, Horace F 276 

Quinn, Samuel S 74 

Quinn, Thomas 246 

Quint, Alonzo H 150 

Rackley, B. Frank 84 

Rackley, Benjamin F 64 

Rackliff, Amauder 36 

Rackliff, Louis 43 

Rafferty, John H 160 

Railey, John E 24 

Raistrick, John Y 107 

Ralfe, Charles A 31 

Ramsey, John W 102 

Ramsey, Rodney H 74 

Rand, Arnold A., (1st Mass. cav.) 122 

Rami, Arnold A., (4th Mass. cav.) 127,127 

Rand; Charles A 177 

Rand, Charles E 149 

Rand, Edward M 53 

Rand, Edwin D 78 

Rand, Frederick H 127 

Rand, George W 155 

Rand, Gilman S 110 

Rand, John A .• 78 

Rand, Moses W., (16th Me. inf.) 39 

Rand, Moses W., (5th N. H. inf.) ..74 

Rand, Philip C 284 

Rand, William B 220 | 



Randal, Charles J. S 107 

Randall, Ansel B 228 

Randall, C. J. S 107 

Randall, Charles W., (13th Vt.'mf.) 116 

Randall, Charles W., (17th Ft. inf.) 120 

Randall, Fernando 109 

Randall, Francis V., (2d & 13th Vt. inf.). .100, 116 

Randall, Francis V., (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Randall, George C 108 

Randall, George W., (25th Me. inf.) 51 

Randall, George W., (30th Me. inf.) 57 

Randall, Jedediah 295 

Randall, John C 51 

Randall, John F 290 

Randall, Jonathan C 277 

Randall, William H., (19th Me. inf.) 44 

Randall, William H., (11th Conn, inf.) 277 

Randall, William J 27 

Randlett, James C 46 

Randlett, James F 70 

Randlett, Nathan H ...74 

Randlett, Seth A 207 

Randolph, George E 248 

Rankin, AbelG., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Rankin, AbelG., (29th Me. inf.) 55 

Rankin, Edward E 285 

Rankin, Kendall K 17 

Rann, Charles A .' 117 

Ransom, Milo M 74 

Ransom, Wallace R 139 

Rathburn, J. Alden 271 

Rawson, Luther E 288 

Rawson, Richard A. 244 

Rawson, William S 21)6 

Raxford, Dennisson A 107 

Ray, Albert F 127 

Ray, Frank 93 

Ray, OrmanP 99 

Ray, William 138 

Raymond, Albert C, (17th Vt. inf.) 120 

Raymond, Albert C, (1st Conn. h. art.) 261 

Raymond, Charles 156 

Raymond, Daniel W 261 

Raymond, Edson M 105 

Raymond, Edward T 207 

Raymond, George L 115 

Raymond, George N 265 

Raymond, John W 183 

Rea, Mason A % 186 

Read, George S 244 

Read, James M 114 

Read, John 221 

Read, S. Tyler 125 

Read, Samuel B. M 250 

Read, Walter A 252 

Reade, John 229 

Reade, Thomas , 97 

Record, Lewis L 183 

Redding, Granville G 228 

Redding, Grenville G 220 

Redding, William F ]85 

Redington, Edward D 115 

Redlow, Benjamin M., (10th Me. inf.) 29 

Redlow, Benjamin M., (29th Me. inf.) 55 

Redman, Edward D .' 17 

Redmond, Philip E 159,160 

Reed, Austin 7 

Reed, Chapman N 36 

Reed, Charles A 103 

Reed, Dexter G., (1st N. H. h. art.) .....66 

Reed, Dexter G., (5th N. H. inf.) 74 



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Reed, Edward P 165 

Reed, George 2^3 

Reed, George R 200 

Reed, George W., '7th Mass. inf.) 156 

Reed, George W., (19th Mass. inf.) 17G 

Reed, Henry W 132 

Reed, Isaac W 36 

Reed. James S 123 

Reed, James W., jr 143 

Reed, John D 211 

Reed, Julius H 209 

Reed, Nathaniel K 197 

Reed, Thomas L 27 

Reed, Timothy 210 

Reed, Wells W 261 

Reed, William E 200 

Reeves, Ezra W 52 

Reeves, Robert W 224 

Reily, Adolphus P 265 

Reines, Henry M 15 

Reinhard, Frederick W 141 

Rcmick, Josiah 41 

Remie, Jacob 164 

Remington, Charles G 237 

Remington, Daniel S 253 

Remington, George T 314 

Remington, James H 253 

Remington, Lorenzo M 161 

Remington, Orville M 255 

Remington, William H 135 

Remlinger, John M 241 

Rendall, Isaiah 35 

RendelL Henry B 74 

Rennie, Zenas C 223 

Revere, H. R 178 

Revere, Paul J 178 

Rew, Frank E 101 

Reycroft, William 107 

Reynolds, Benjamin F 291 

Reynolds, Charles 265 

Reynolds, Charles A 263 

Reynolds, Charles H 114 

Reynolds, Edward H 25 

Reynolds, Edwin F 108 

Reynolds, Frank W 216 

Reynolds, Gardiner 261 

Reynolds, George, jr 152 

Reynolds, Gideon Perry 277 

Reynolds, Henry A 6 

Reynolds, John E 14 

Reynolds, John P 175 

Reynolds, Joseph B 223 

Reynolds, Orlando B., (5th Vt. inf.) 106 

Reynolds, Orlando B., (3d Mass. cav.) 126 

Reynolds, William B 107,120 

Reynolds, William H 246 

Reynolds, William J., (4th R. I. inf.) 252 

Reynolds, William J., (7th R. I. inf.) 253 

Rhoades. Charles W. C 125 

Rhodes, Abiel S 130 

Rhodes., Elisha H 250 

Rhodes, Freedom M 87 

Rhodes, George H 64,240 

Rhodes, James P 246 

Rhodes, Joseph A., (3d R. I. cav.) 242 

Rhodes, Joseph A., (3d R. I. h. art.) 244 

Rhodes, Robert . . . .' 211 

Rhodes, WjlliamB 248 

Rider, George A 45 

Rice. Albert R 223 

Rice, CharleB E., (1st Mass. cav.) 121 



Rice. Charles E. , (2d Mass. cav.) 123 

Rice, Charles R 63 

Rice, Edmund 175 

Rice, Edward 97 

Rice, Edward J 2C5 

Bice, Francis B 207 

Rice, Franklin E 112 

Rice, George M 132 

Rice, Henry H 112 

Rice, J. Marcus 187 

Rice, James 94 

Rice, James H 175 

Rice, James Q 263 

Rice, John A 207 

Rice, John L 90 

Rice, Jonas R . . •- 92 

Rice, Joseph P 180 

Rice, Julius 94 

Rice, L. Frederick 199 

Rice, Leonard B 226 

Rice, Otis P 28 

Rice, Randall H 277, 277 

Rice, Stillman 296 

Rice, Thomas J 74 

Rice, William D 82 

Rice, William F 175 

Rice, William H. H 32 

Rice, William McK 263 

Rich, CharlesO 217 

Rich, Edwin 117 

Rich, Edwin H 43 

Rich, Frederick 290 

Rich, Henry S 38 

Rich, James D 94 

Rich, Reuben H 248 

Rich, Rishworth 27 

Rich, Stephen 200 

Rich, William K 38 

Richards, Asa F 199 

Richards, Asbury C 43 

Richards, Charles F 202 

Richards, Charles J 62 

Richards, Darius P 234 

Richards, Eugene H 212 

Richards, John T 123 

Richards, Lester S 94 

Richards, Lewis G 39